Straight to the point.
I WONDER how the people who criticise the council for the felling of dangerous trees in Roath Park would feel if one of them injured or killed someone from their family. I remember the sad case about 18 years ago when a tree fell on a car in Lake Road East and killed the mother who was driving. Fortunately, her baby was rescued by a friend living opposite.
Instead of counting the dangerous trees that have been cut down, take note instead of the new young saplings planted in their place.
Carisbrooke Way, Cyncoed, Cardiff
INTERESTING to read the banter between those arguing over the statement "Those who don't believe in God will believe anything."
It reminds me of a scene from Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, which goes something like:
"I refuse to prove I exist," says God, "for proof denies faith and without faith I am nothing."
"But," says Man, "the Babelfish is a dead giveaway isn't it... It proves you exist so therefore you don't... QED"
"Ah," said God, "I hadn't thought of that," and promptly vanished in a puff of logic.
Thankfully we have no Babelfish to disprove the existence of God just yet or it might spoil the fun of those, like me, who choose to sit on the fence of religious debate.
Pendine Close, Barry
I have just read on the internet that Paris Hilton, pictured, has been released from prison for medical reasons.
The report alleges that it is because she has not been eating as she does not like prison food.
Consequently she has been returned home to complete her sentence.
Could this provide the powers-that-be with a solution to the prison overcrowding problem?
There must be a substantial number of prison inmates who are not entirely enamoured of prison food!