Dear Editor, Although The Sunday Standard could improve its spelling checks it┬áis┬áa good┬ánewspaper┬áthat I always look forward to reading on Sunday mornings.
By far, my┬áfavourite column is Loose Canon.
My Sundays would be empty without the┬áwicked humour, sharp insight into the human condition and the delightful prose of Loose Canon.
I read the column “Jacob Zuma will sort out white people.”
To me it was┬áLoose Canon┬áin top form and in his element.
As an avid reader of the column, I know Loose Canon lampoons Christians,┬áMuslims, blacks, whites, Indians,┬áwomen, orphans, Robert Mugabe and everybody else.
He pokes fun┬áat┬ájust about everybody under the sun.
The┬áletters to the editor┬áwhich appeared┬áin the October 29 edition were evidently written by people who are not regular readers┬áof the column. Since they are so┬áultra sensitive they are best advised to┬ástay away from┬áthe page┬áthat carries Loose┬áCanon.┬á
I say keep it up Loose Canon. Give┬áus more of┬áthe same.
You make my Sunday mornings.┬áHail King Loose┬áCanon.┬á┬á