So yes, we’re a bit sad, but we are watching “20 to 1” on the teev. An what I wonder, and what I’ve always wondered, is exactly who gets to decide what order these things appear in? Who decides that the story of scuba drivers getting left behind is lower in the rankings than the story of Bigfoot? Or that the question of Marilyn Monroe’s death is less intriguing than whether ghosts actually exist?
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