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What’s in a name ?

Yesterday I had lunch with an old school chum. He is something of an internet entrepreneur who developed a successful airline reservation site.

Conversation turned to how best to deal with long haul flights. I mentioned how germs incubate and mutate in the cabin.

My chum’s remedy was to take a vitamin pill called Airborne.

Could this be another iron in the fire of my erstwhile business colleague and mentor Sir Harold (Harry to his many friends) Airborne?

On the same subject – the use of names – I came across this cheddar cheese bearing my name.

Whilst it was delicious, I never gave my name to it and the matters is now in the hands of my solicitor Sir Humphrey Badger, senior partner of Bodgers of Lincoln’s Inn Fields.

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