Re: One of us
- From: Dave <jrzoyrl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2007 12:51:45 GMT
raltbos@xxxxxxxxx (Richard Bos) writes:
Not really - the Telegraph is what Daily Mail readers move on to when
they grow up.
s/up/older/. Neither the Daily Wail's nor Torygraph's readers ever turn
into responsible adults.
I mostly buy it for entertainment value. There is little -news- in any
of the newspapers, and I'm mostly uninterested in journalists comment,
so that leaves little else but the crossword, sudoku and letters pages.
I'm mosty capable of the telegraph crossword, and usually do the sudoku
on the bus. But the letters page of the Telegraph is its USP. It is
wonderfully barking. This week, for instance, someone wrote in
(apparently in all seriousnous) suggesting that while there wasn't
anything inherantly wrong in not wearing a tie any man so should instead
wear a cravat as the sports pitch was the only place it was acceptable
to see a man's neck. It's better than the Onion a lot of the time.
millibrachiate tentacular coelenterates
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