Every now and then, when I get a spare moment on Sunday, I turn on a little NPR and get my liberal fix.
Their classical music bores me, but the news shows are an endless source of topics to discuss around the water cooler. Case in point: this story that I heard this afternoon.
A simple question: Who was supposed to be watching AIG when it fell apart? The answer is both funny and sad, as well as a bittersweet reminder of our fallible human nature.
That last sentence was my impersonation of an NPR reporter who often crosses the line between impartiality and editorializing - a habit we here at the best blog on ledger-enquirer.com are thankfully without.