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Former welfare minister Mr Field said in his reply: "Many thanks for writing to me to question my wisdom.
Thanks for writing and it was nice talking to you at the fair.
And thanks for writing. It's rewarding to get feedback from someone, unlike myself, who's out there every day.
Thanks for writing. We received numerous reports about hate content on your site, and after reviewing these reports, decided to remove your site from Google News.
Thanks for writing some articles I can talk about to others.
SINCE my letter in last week's column I would like to thank all the people who congratulated me and said 'thanks for writing what we were thinking'.
I understand why you had to put the gruesome details in there, but other than that thanks for writing about Joyce in such a positive light.
And RossMarnie from Arbroath thinks the museumwould look great if it featured Jimmy Calderwood's sunbed, a box of Fernando Ricksen's fireworks, Jim White's Orange Order jacket, a photo of Gavin Rae in a Rangerstop and (how's this for a really bizarre suggestion) Gazza's invisible flute Thanks for writing in.Ona similar theme,I'd now like your help with somethingwelaunched last Saturday on the wireless.
Thanks for writing about insurance work in your November editorial ("Masters of Disaster," page 11).
Well, Joe, thanks for writing. I do not have the issue of Quill in front of me, so I cannot attest to the bows, but I am going to take your word for it.
Brownlee responds: Thanks for writing. Yes, I agree that we can't legislate morality and common sense, but underwriting isn't legislation, and that could be a good starting point.