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Summer’s Coming: Erdogan Issues Emergency Hair Removal Decree

Summer’s Coming: Erdogan Issues Emergency Hair Removal Decree

Since last summer’s coup attempt, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been freed by his...

Memory Lane Monday: Duterte and Daash

Memory Lane Monday: Duterte and Daash

PD hates to kick your off your week with anything dark, pessimistic or chilling, but we do it...

Genius Idea: Air India’s Customer Service

Genius Idea: Air India’s Customer Service

At a time when airline customer service seems to be an archaic concept, Air India, ever the...

Too Many Holidays

Too Many Holidays

Today’s 4/20, and after Easter on Monday, Earth Day over the weekend and Witch Burning Day the...

Adidas and Pepsi Competing to Be New Coke

Adidas and Pepsi Competing to Be New Coke

So far 2017 seems to be the year where top and semi-top tier companies vie to win the PR label of...

October’s Book: The Gift of Fear

Learning to listen to yourself is key.The gift of fear…Wonder how that applies to Obamacare?  ‘Cause we’re terrified.Since it is October, the PD staff knew that our Book Club pick had to be The Gift of Fear by Gavin de Becker, which focuses on the social queues that trump intuition--- often with deadly consequences.

September’s Book: Weapons of Mass Instruction

Prison. Perhaps the best $15 you've ever spent.While PD’s danced around the subject of the American education system before, for the month of September we’ve decided to go deeper. Much deeper.

If you, like a chunk of our staff, happen to be a product of that said system, grab a pack of smokes, because you are about to find out just how much you’ve been fucked.

August’s Book: Escape From Camp 14

As much a part of reality today, as yesterday.An original drawing from Shin Dong-hyuk.Last month’s Ray Kurzweil pick might have been on the heavy side, but Escape From Camp 14 can be downed in an afternoon and is guaranteed to change your outlook on life.

July’s Book: The Singularity Is Near

The genius.The author outlines the concepts behind his take on the future.This month’s Book Club read is a little on the hefty side (only 670 pages) and is a major mind bender to be considered a fun beach read. Well, that’s not entirely true. The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology by Ray Kurzweil could be considered a fun beach read---- for Sheldon Cooper.

This book is intense, and even in the audiobook version it could result in serious sun burns.

June’s Book: Nudge

cassnudge1Please go over it slowly for us Homer Simpsons, Cass.We promised no genocide this month for our Book Club pick, and at PD we keep our word. Without further ado allow us to present you with the man whose responsibility to protect falls on Samantha Powers, former Regulatory Czar Cass Sunstein!

(And the crowd goes wild, or collectively groans.) Ladies and gentlemen, we give you, Nudge.

May's Book: Agenda 21

Agenda 21 isn't coming, it's here.It’s back to depressing reads this month for the PD Book Club, and what could be more depressing than a United Nation global control blueprint? Capitalize the communism and tyranny, and you’re left with Agenda 21.

What’s unique about May’s book pick is that we’ve actually selected three books for you to choose from as your introduction to what we guarantee you is already in your home.


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