FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2023
When turtle moms talk to their eggs: It's been a while since we marveled at the cultural drift of the (online) Washington Post.
We've just now turned to the online Post's virtually endless front page. Starting at the top of the page, these are the headlines on the seven (7) news reports to which the paper gives full-banner billing:
McCarthy makes headway on 12th speaker ballot but falls short againJudges at Jan. 6 trials give harsh lectures, lighter sentences
They have gone below prosecutors’ recommendations three-quarters of time, and below federal sentencing guidelines a little less than 40 percent.Don’t try to worry less. Worry smarter.
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The turtle moms that ‘talk’ to their eggs before they hatch
Those are the seven items which are currently featured at the top of the online Post's front page. For the record, the important "Worry smarter" piece comes from the devolving newspaper's WELL + BEING department.
In its print editions, the Washington Post still seems like an actual news-based newspaper. Let's just say that, at the (online) Washington Post, the (presumably profit-seeking) dumbnification continues.