Missing out on numbers on Bruce Springsteen’s top 10 albums|Short letters

Missing out on numbers on Bruce Springsteen’s top 10 albums|Short letters

I have a theory that individuals typically have comparable professions to others who are born upon, or near to, the exact same day. A relatively high percentage of those born in winter season are typically political leaders, attorneys, researchers or businesspeople, whereas a summer season birthday tends towards the carrying out arts. Of the 34 individuals in your birthdays column (Journal, 29 May) 9 were artists and 8 associated with dance or drama.
Patricia Pipeline
Saltash, Cornwall

Mike Smith (Letters, 31 Might) needs to travel to London. The brand-new Routemaster buses have actually used a totally free hop-on hop-off service given that their arrival in2012 A goodly variety of travelers go into through the middle and rear doors and do not swipe their Oyster cards. My regional number 73 has actually been christened the Seventy Free.
Tom Uprichard

Relating to the function and worth of university (Letters, 1 June), when I was at school in the late 1960 s my French instructor informed us that ladies just went to university to discover a hubby. As it occurred, I satisfied my other half of 43 years at university (as did a lot of my contemporaries), however I undoubtedly acquired more than a modification of name and a ring on my finger.
Maggi Newton
Cheadle, Cheshire

I was shocked the top 10 Bruce Springsteen albums did not include We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions (G2, 31 May). It includes thrilling variations of conventional tunes related to Pete Seeger, however the emphasize is Springsteen’s distinctive analysis of the ancient Scottish folk tune Froggie Went a Courtin’. Bruce was born to croak.
Mike Pender

No The Ghost of Tom Joad in Bruce Springsteen’s top 10 albums? Undoubtedly an error.
Toby Wood
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

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