Great satire as I'd expect from Harry Shearer. Sure it gets a little silly at times, but always returns to intelligent fun.
Characters are all quirky individuals who we can laugh at and feel fondness for while knowing they are all heading for failure - if not disaster.
I recommend Not Enough Indians for listening to when you want light (but not childish) humor.
(Plus, it's relatively clean: very limited harsh language, nothing graphically described, just a little clean diaper humor).
Audible says it's fine, but it isn't. Downloaded multiple times in different formats. Very frustrating, e.g., " ... just when she Chapter 2 ...
I've just tried one month of the Times and find it a great way to start the day. No, it's not like reading the paper cover-to-cover, but it provides a nice overview of what's going on.
The business and sports sections are broad enought to guide me in my later reading. The Front page is a little sparce, but it's only summary after all.
Editorial selections change from day to day, which makes for interesting listening.
This service doesn't replace reading the paper, but is a wonderful way to get an overview of what's going on if you, like me, don't get to spend the time you'd like with the Times until the news is beyond newsworthy.
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