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14:49 UK time, Friday, 27 April 2012

A man sold fake Viagra, and "The court found that he made £15.4m from his dealings and ordered him to pay £14.4m." So, it's official then - crime does pay.
Rob Falconer, Llandough, Wales

Having crossed the International Date Line (though I still didn't manage to get a date) in my travels from New Zealand to San Francisco (where there is considerably better free wi-fi) I am now in the odd position of reading tomorrow's Paper Monitor today.
Basil Long, Nottingham (though not quite at the moment).

Even though this morning the Quiz of the Week's News was identical to that from last week, I still only managed to score 4. To make things worse, I got 6 last week.
Ross, London

Should job-hogging over-50s all resign? I'm 52. I'd happily quit work to make way for a younger person - but what would I live on? I can't draw my company pension until I'm 55, and I can't get state pension until I'm 68. So I'd be on benefits - probably more benefits than the young unemployed person that could replace me. My company probably wouldn't take that person on anyway because they wouldn't have the qualifications and experience.
Chookgate, Milton Keynes

Are we really supposed to believe this headline - that pigeons can receive signals from the USA's once-military satellite system and use them to navigate. Stop being silly, BBC!
Colin Main, Berkhamsted, UK

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