A. Potts, I'm so sorry. I hadn't realized that I was extinct. Thanks for the heads up, though!
Dragon Paltiel, Concord, California
I read with interest your story on the haggis, and how Americans prefer to eat the better cuts of meat. If they do not like eating the offal that goes into the making of haggis explain why they would eat burgers from that well known brand they have exported world wide. Maybe we should ban burgers after all it seems we don't know whats in them according to recent events.
A Reardon, High Blantyre
Build a snowman to stop flooding: did they say "damn that's a good idea"?
Adrian, West Midlands
Re the High Heel article: contrary to what the author stated, high heeled platform shoes were quite popular among young men in their teens and twenties in the 70s (and older ones working in artistic professions or others for evening out wear), not just "dandies".
Markus , London
Why did men stop wearing high heels? Not all of us have, dear.
Mike, Newcastle upon Tyne