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No clinching argument was forthcoming from Monitor readers yesterday in the revived debate about whether to include Metro. Comments are again welcome on this matter.
For what it's worth, Paper Monitor often thinks of Metro as being hard to love but even harder to hate. What exactly would there be to get your teeth into, whether fan or foe?
Nevertheless, these observations must be made about today's edition:
* Andy Kershaw weirdly described as a "former 1FM DJ", like anybody other than DJs really ever called Radio One "1FM".
* Cute animal picture of the day; a bulldog with a diamond necklace
* Sub-prime puns, the kind of which were last spotted in the 1970s; "'Elf and safety [© Daily Mail] grounds Santa" and "Donald trumped over golf course".
* Unaccountably highbrow stories: "How to X-ray a planet" and a travel article about Umm Qais, a town "110km north of the Jordanian capital, Amman".
On a completely different subject, has anyone else ever tried to search for a story on the Daily Express website? It helpfully suggests the kinds of subjects you might want to search for. Any guesses what the suggestions are?