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Paper Monitor is far from alone in its enthusiasm for the newsprint stylings of one Caitlin Moran, of the Times.
And among her many fans is, aptly, the Times itself. It has dubbed this week Caitlin Week to mark her 20 years - T-W-E-N-T-Y - as one of its columnists. Well, it's not like there's anything else on at the moment.
As part of the celebrations, it is reprinting her favourite columns from down the years. Today's is a 2004 effort recalling a grunge-era rendezvous with Courtney Love for a Melody Maker interview.
"We met at 11pm - I turned up at the end of a photoshoot and the first words she screamed at me were: 'I used to be EXACTLY LIKE YOU! FAT! YOU'VE GOT TO STOP EATING CHEESE!' This in lieu of a 'Hello!' or 'Did you have a nice flight?' We then got into a battered van and drove, seemingly at random, until we came across a student house party in the suburbs. In a sheepskin coat she gatecrashed."
Yada yada yada...
Meanwhile, the papers - including the Times - devote many column inches to the victory parade for Team GB, ParalympicsGB and the Games Makers. There are wraparound covers, picture spreads and eyewitness colour pieces galore.