How come nothing has been said about the Archbishop of Canterbury's intervention, forcing BA to reinstate the lady who wanted to wear her cross? Money speaks indeed! Bravo, Rowan Williams.
Jonny, Toronto, Canada
Were his trousers OK? It's the first question that came into my head when reading that lightening had struck a man's house (Lightning man's trousers ruined). If it wasn't for the BBC and its sharp news judgement I would never have known - and not knowing would have ruined my day, month, even year. The licence fee is money well spent in my opinion.
Re: Blair and the slave trade. Surely "deep regret" would be more appropriate and believable than "deep sorrow"?Roger Spruce, Market Weighton
Curse you! I really want a burger now.
How strange, in your article detailing the most popular internet viral videos, all the entries in the top 10 are discussed except number three - One Night in Paris - which is curiously not mentioned. I wonder why...
Why are cricketers such good dancers? Easy, their highest goal is bowling a maiden over.
Re: the Times's new font. The word font has been hijacked from the printing trade and is now used rather loosely to refer to the type-face. Originally a font was a physical collection of type of the same face and size. Therefore, to set copy with display headings and phrases in bold type, the type setter would need at least three fonts.
Paper Monitor, please don't abandon us! I can understand the tediousness of having to describe yet another Diana Monday story in the Express, but think about the joy you bring us. As you point out, life could be worse. You could, for example, be pipetting cow faecal samples in the breaks between reading PM.
Am I the only person who occasionally manages to miss a few lines when scanning through a webpage? I nearly fell off my seat reading 10 things when I saw "George Bush is the first president since Jimmy Carter not to drop off during sex". Sadly, the separated entries make much more sense. Well, the first one does.
Craig Donald, Chiswick, London, UK
I am the only one who, even though I know that there are 10 things in each photo every week, still proceed to count them, just in case? Is there a flexicon entry for pointless counting of objects?
Steve Elsworth, Nantwich, UK
Re: a flexicon word when the picture matches a word but not the story - "pictitious".
Elizabeth G, Galveston, Texas
If Ian Dowie can get "bouncebackability" put in the dictionary, then surely the BBC can get "Punorama" in there. I say it's time for a campaign.
Nick Comber, Kent, England
Reading your article on people's disinterest in politics - I was struck by the sheer length of the story and gave up reading half-way through.
Stoo, Lancashire, UK
Has the Magazine stopped offering mid-week quizzes? There has been a distinct lack of them in the past 10 weeks or so, which is a great shame because they are interesting and educational, and one of the main reasons why I look at the Magazine.
Andrew Pearce, London
MM note: 1,000 apologies. We hope to rectify the situation soon.