In this archive, witness the virtual smackdown among news stories such as the 40 year anniversaries of both the Apollo moon landing and Chappaquiddick, as well as health care reform and the ridiculously large number of passings acknowledged in the weekly RadiObituary.
We ask the question:
If there had been a 24-hour news cycle in 1969, which would have dominated coverage? The first man on the moon or a drunk driving manslaughter involving American royalty?
Thank goodness we’ll never know. That doesn’t mean that you can’t feel free to share your theories right here at BubblesInTheThinkTank.com.