SHORT & SWEET

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - OPINION -

BILL: Week­day wed­dings, over­seas wed­dings etc are the height of ar­ro­gance (Kerry Par­nell: “Say­ing I do on a week­day is just plain ir­ri­tat­ing”, 23/9). COLLEEN: All I can say is, if it in­con­ve­niences you, don’t at­tend the wed­ding. Stay away. You were in­vited but no­body is mak­ing you go to a wed­ding held dur­ing the week. SARAH: Be­cause peo­ple love to tell other women their birth hor­ror sto­ries, it breeds fear (An­gela Mol­lard: “Eight par­ent­ing stages mums should fear more than birth”, 23/9). WENDY: Think of small­pox (“A Greens light for anti-vax”, 28/9). It was the great­est mon­ster of all the com­mu­ni­ca­ble dis­eases. It was erad­i­cated through vac­ci­na­tion. Byron coun­cil must re­think its de­ci­sion. STEVE: Ku­dos to the stars in­volved in the im­per­fectly per­fect men­tal ill­ness cam­paign. Shar­ing their ex­pe­ri­ences val­i­dates the lows en­coun­tered by or­di­nary folks (“Stars face up to mis­ery”, 23/9). PETER: Piers Akerman may well be right. Left-wingers get up­set when­ever cli­mate change, iden­tity pol­i­tics, re­li­gion, wel­fare and asy­lum seek­ers come un­der at­tack from the con­ser­va­tives.

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