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GOOD news about Robern Menz now pro­duc­ing Vi­o­let Crum­ble bars in SA. Strange for the Pre­mier who helped make the an­nounce­ment not to be talk­ing Polly Waf­fle! BILL, Forestville. DEAR Ka­t­rina Stokes. When you have a fright­en­ing or­deal and you end up in hos­pi­tal, I prom­ise that you will en­joy the food. The al­ter­na­tive is much worse. JOHN COSTIN, Port Lin­coln. THE phrase “ha­bit­ual traf­fic of­fender” should come with a com­pre­hen­sive, per­ma­nent and ab­so­lute ban from any­thing on wheels or any sur­face you can put wheels on. HOWARD COOMBE. I HATE smok­ing but it was not the crick­eters who pro­moted smok­ing to young peo­ple. It was the pho­tographers who in­vaded their pri­vacy. Dif­fer­ent if it was smok­ing at an in­ter­view or in the pav­il­ion at the cricket in the gaze of the cam­eras. PETER. WHY are peo­ple so ag­gres­sive? When en­ter­ing the car park at FMC, hav­ing never been there and hav­ing dif­fi­culty know­ing which way and where to go, I was yelled at by an older man who was tail­gat­ing me! When peo­ple are un­der stress go­ing to the hos­pi­tal, a lit­tle kind­ness and pa­tience would have gone a long way. Shame on you! HAPPY VAL­LEY MAR­TIN Hamil­ton-Smith should stop crit­i­cis­ing Caleb Bond, who ex­posed him for who he is, and get on with his bor­ing lit­tle life. TRUTH HURTS TO all the anti-smok­ers, can you re­alise we are not liv­ing in Sum­mer Bay or Ram­say Street. KINGS­LEY, Mur­ray Bridge.

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