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You say: Short points.

Byline: Ian Mullen

I SEE Anne Robinson's tasteless quip about the honesty of Liverpool school kids has once again sent the hysterical brigade reaching for their voodoo dolls.

What has happened to our so called sense of humour? It really is starting to grate now when such precious people should have nothing better to do than scream from the rooftops at the slightest unfavourable remark.

After hearing of the upset she provoked, I doubt for one second that Anne Robinson even batted an eyelid.

Ian Mullen, Everton
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Dec 10, 2004
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