Sometimes, things appear in the Guardian or on its website that are crap, or perhaps I should re-define that as particularly crap, and I jump on them.
Rather more rarely, something comes up that is not only not-crap but which I think should be picked out and celebrated. Like this, today:
“Perhaps some of the poignancy identified in Suzanne Moore’s piece (16 July) can be attributed to the fact that those of us who added Neil Armstrong to our book of explorers as children didn’t expect him to be on the last page, but the first page of a new and much bigger book.
It’s noticable, however, that this doesn’t come from one of tthe writers, but rather a reader.