P.I.D. Radio 8/19/11: Magical Mystery Stench

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MYSTERIOUS THINGS from around the globe:  San Diego residents report a mysterious odor; UFO at a major Chinese airport; and a Harvard biologist tries to recreate dinosaur DNA.

Also: H-P gets out of the computer and tablet business; news media re-tweeting; and the situations in Israel and Syria.

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5 comments on “P.I.D. Radio 8/19/11: Magical Mystery Stench

  1. Jack

    …by the way…I have a pun for Derek: If one goes on an expedition in ‘Lybia’ (as Obama calls it) and has a member of the Berber Tribe to carry one’s luggage could one call them a ‘Berber-Sherpa’?

  2. Jack

    Feel free to use and embelish at will…eg…if this group sang 4 part harmony would they then by ‘Barbershopper Berber-Sherpas?’…and if they were looking around for someone to cut their hair would they be barbershopping, Barbershopper, Berber-Sherpas?’…and if they decided to try out each other’s barbers would they be ‘barberswapping, barbershopping, Barbershopper Berber-Sherpas?…anyway, you can go as far with this as you like. I just thought of a few more after I posted yesterday.

  3. magic jack

    Have you given a lot of thought to your title? I hope so because the title may sell you book and once it’s on the shelves, get people to buy you book. Here’s an interesting statistic for you. In 2008 approximately 300,000 books will be published. Once the book is on the self, a buyer will take approximately two seconds to decide to buy it! That’s why the title is so important.

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