Picking up on the allegorical theme of Sunday’s posting:
For want of a horse, the rider was lost.
For want of a rider, the battle was lost.
For want of a battle, the kingdom was lost …
The Sun’s attorney compared the attempt to end the joint operation agreement between the Sun and Review-Journal to Richard III killing off competing heirs to the throne. He did not relate that Richard was subsequently killed in battle when he lost his horse.
On Sunday, the R-J’s new computer or pagination system was the probable cause of a late print product delivery and of a jumbled online site and of a short-changed Kindle product, for which I and others actually pay money.
Today the Kindle version contains only one Nevada section story, one Health story and three Sports stories. That is all.
Looks like they’ve lost their horse.