Bob Berman's strange universe: Marinating the news
July 2008: For the past 35 years, my job for various publications has been to decide what news is exciting enough to share with readers. Here's three bombshells.
July 1, 2008
|We all love astro-headlines: "Antimatter erupts from the galaxy's center," "Astronaut in diapers attacks her rival," "Planet Pluto gets canceled like a sitcom." For the past 35 years, my job for various publications has been to decide what news is exciting enough to share with readers.|
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