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15:11 UK time, Friday, 4 November 2011

"Organisers...said the picture seems to 'capture... perhaps a synchronised swimmer or diver'." Now I'm no art critic, but bearing in mind the poster is called "diver" I'm guessing it might be the diver?
Basil Long, Nottingham

I know I'm not an econmomist, but... If Germany can borrow money at 0.3% and my local building society is offering savings accounts at 3.12% - what's to stop Germany taking out a couple of trillion and investing it to make billions of profit? Or... Maybe they have thought of this and Frau Merkel is frantically sending out emails trying to get people to invest a billion euros for her.
Andrew, Malvern, UK

Anyone else look at this week's news quiz and wonder who Kim Kardashian is, who Kris Humphries is and why we might remotely care? Time to recline in my leather armchair and contemplate a new smoking jacket.
Fi, Gloucestershire, UK

Your article fails to note that one of the primary reasons for ditching leap seconds is that the GPS system at present can only cope with 127 of them.
John Airey, Peterborough, UK

Forget the Bee Gees, my CPR coach recommended Queen's Another one bites the dust, but suggested not singing it aloud!
Fergus, McArthur, California

Looks like we need a new set of area conversion tables. What's this in football pitches or as a fraction of Wales?
Colin Edwards, Exeter, UK

Mark (Thursday's Letters), I think she used to wear them all bunched up - the puffball skirt of the day. She probably didn't wear them with lurid green legwarmers and rollerskates though.
Susan, Newcastle

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