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[It's an occasional conversation in the pub at lunchtime: do abusive readers honestly think we are in any way affected by their crazy rantings? We're still undecided but we do love em. Interestingly, few return, leading to the second question: while they're all ballsy and confident in their front room, do they not realise we'll publish what they write?]

Apology of the Week: Put yourself together man
Interestingly, this stems from last week's Threat of the Week

Abuse: you love it you slags
Actually, there's some really well-thought out points here

Praise: you love us you slags
Hurrah! We're the greatest

Random: well, Best of the Rest
Chips (all types), Robots, Scunthorpe, telephone codes, that sort of thing

Flame of the Week: scruffy student replies
We love Microsoft, we're nerds, we beat off to porn

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