Today is Tuesday. Groovy Tuesday.
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While listening to the calm, reassuringly euradite voices on public radio you might imagine a relaxed professional environment happening behind the microphones. Not so, as the disputes at WNYC demonstrate. That shouldn’t surprise long time listeners of one of our own local NPR stations.
The grounding of the Ryanair flight in Belarus highlights the limits of groups like the U.N.’s International Civil Aviation Organization. The grounding was a pretty clear treaty violation but there doesn’t seem to be much anyone can do about it.
Jason Torchinsky wants to know why new Ford pickups, right off the assembly line, in 2021, still have old fashioned radio antennas on their hoods. Turns out those types of antennas are best for AM radio and people who drive pickups like to listen to AM radio.
And here’s one more thing to worry about.