regarding the search for the elusive “second world” (c8), raz burtonwood of ballina says: “i’m not sure but we could probably get malcolm to build us a world 2.0” john chapman of guildford adds: “now we've sorted out 'second world', if the far east and the middle east are where i think they are, where is the near east?” pagewood?steve cornelius of brookvale writes: `surely you can’t terminate the tautology theme (c8) when one of your last tautology contributors, don thompson, lives in running stream, itself a tautology?`spikefest (c8) continues, with cliff jahnsen of bowral suggesting: “it would be well to remember spike milligan's definition of a catchphrase: a meaningless remark repeated over and over until people are brainwashed into thinking it's funny. that said, ‘you can't park there, mate.’” tim bowra of rozelle offered this dispatch: “in his book, adolf hitler, my part in his downfall, is a photograph of spike and his father sitting on the back verandah each scoffing a beer. the caption reads ‘dad and me recovering from the shock of the declaration of war, watching mum dig the air-raid shelter.’” mike fletcher of ulsan, korea, likes: `all men are cremated equal` and `contraceptives should be used on every conceivable occasion`.while in brisbane, noel hibberd of sawtell “was amused to see on seven news, a breakdown of medals won at the gold coast commonwealth games. there were two statistics: medals won by queenslanders ...