Was it really necessary, in the story Living in fear: Tanzania's albinos, to point out which one was the albino in the caption under the photo "Winifrida Rutahiro (2nd left)"?
Jinja, Edinburgh on accents (Letters, Mon): The voice coach's advice is not as silly as it may sound. In standard English the "l" at the end of "level" (called a "dark l") is pronounced differently from the one at the beginning. In American English, however, "dark l" is used at the beginning and at the end of words. This is also true in Scotland, so if you have a Scottish accent, you already have one element of an American accent!
Stuart Brown, Grenoble, France
Lydia from Lancaster (Letters, Mon): I don't think that you were looking at the same picture! The cartoon to which Paper Monitor was referring to was of the Prime Minister's moobs. You clearly read "Click here if you dare lay eyes on the PM's imagined moobs" and let your imagination run away with you! The fact that MM has printed the letter could in fact be a bluff to try and confuse all those guessing at the true identity of PM - either that, or a subtle hint that Gordon Brown in fact moonlights as Paper Monitor!
S., London (Letters, Mon): Same outfit 10 times in a year? I've been wearing the same pants for the last four days. Front; back - inside out - front; back!
Nick, Walton on Thames, Surrey
To answer your question, MM: surely everybody's oldest item of clothing still in use would be their birthday suit?
So Radovan Karadzic has been in hiding by disgiusing himself as the Archbishop of Canterbury?
Michael Hall, Croydon
It's also got me to wondernig: if Rowan Williams shaved off his beard, which (alleged) warlord he would look like?
Al Newell, Bournemouth
Was Radovan Karadjic hiding at the Ernest Hemingway lookalike contest?
For several months, since I stopped using Internet Explorer, I thought my witticisms had been deemed too perceptable for publication. Then, yesterday, suddenly, when I used IE as a one-off, you publish my comment (Letters, Mon). So, my question is... about to be sent using Firefox 3.0, if you don't receive the question, the answer is no...
Ray Lashley, Colchester