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16:07 UK time, Tuesday, 17 October 2006

Re: News headline ticker this morning: "Humans may split into two sub-species in 100,000 years' time. More soon." No need to rush this report...
David, Bristol

I didn't go to university at all - couldn't afford it for a start - but isn't an egg, obviously, egg-shaped?
Matt, Bristol

Who'd have thought that people are allowed to be prejudiced about people due to their weight? It's not ok to be prejudiced about colour, religious beliefs or sexual orientation, but it is ok to be prejudiced about their weight. How does that work? What happened to equal opportunities?
Belinda, Liverpool

What is so special about Norton, a town of about 14,000 people on the outskirts of Sheffield? If you go onto Google Maps and zoom out to show the UK and Western Europe, there it is, featured alongside London, Bristol, Leeds and Manchester.
Chris, Sedgefield

Re: Paper Monitor on the Guardian herb chart - a wallchart with Tarragon the Dragon, Parsley the Lion and Bayleaf the Gardener? That's something to look forward to!
Colin Edwards, Exeter

Further to the snarky comment from Robin of Edinburgh regarding the Guardian's apple wallchart, I feel I should make you aware that this comment came from someone who used to have a "Sheep breeds of Britain" poster. I should know - I'm his big brother (which also gives me the right to humiliate him in public).
Andrew, Minneapolis (formerly from Edinburgh)

Can I have a wallchart so I can tell which wallchart is which please?
Kip, Norwich

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