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17:41 UK time, Monday, 10 October 2011

"Rude nation: Why Britain should mind its Ps and Qs"? It's its Fs and Cs I'm worried about.
Rob Falconer, Llandough, Wales

No, Fi from Gloucestershire (Monday's Letters), but I did hear a gnarly voice shout "Constant vigilance!"
Geeky gal, Brighton, UK

Is this (second photo) drunk-girl-two-hours-earlier?
Henri, Sidcup

It is not possible to control things "...with just your thoughts". As this article shows, you also need a computer wired to a robot. Or a body.
Colin Main, Berkhamsted, UK

Oh dear, another scientist who has failed to read the BBC's excellent articles on statistics. The overall divorce rate may well be 50%. However, getting divorced is not a simple random event. So the chances are very much dependent on the individual and are within their control. Thus, the observation that "people don't think it's the same for them" is reasonable. Some people, for example, know the chances of them getting divorced is zero. Having made it though 26 years of happy marriage, I think my odds are better than 50/50 too.
Mark Esdale, Bridge

Why does every story about a famous musician include a title from one of their songs?
Jonathan, Oxford

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