This is Londons MESSAGEBOARDemail your views to or log on to 10 Wednesday, 1 July 2009 London Lite Free phone Free voicemail 300 free 3-to-3 mins Free Windows Live Messenger Free Skype-to-Skype calls in the UK & to anywhere in the world lord Mandelson looks like Pinocchio. Will his nose grow if he tells lies? Gepetto, London Brits in shorts can be told apart from other earthlings not by pasty legs, but by our good taste in not wearing socks. Nathan, SE1 MeMoraBle festival moments, lite readers? i emerged from my tent at leeds many moons ago to a very much on fire Portaloo block and riot police arriving! Muso, London Having a Wii tennis championship this weekend, calling it Wiimbledon -- cool or tragic? Patrick, SW16 Jilted (Txts, Mon): heres what to do after being dumped by ex. Cut one arm off his jackets, shirts and tops, then pack everything nicely with a note saying a w****r only needs one arm. revenge! GC, TN14 any other females annoyed with men ogling your lady lumps while pretending to read the paper? and, no, i wont cover up -- its too hot! Boobs, SE22 lee (Txts, Tues): londoners dont chat in pubs cos theyre not as friendly as us from up tnorth! lets start a crusade for random chatter in the Big smoke! Yorkshire Lass, SE4 lee: its either lack of greenery or decent real ale, it makes people sad. i regularly greet strangers, some reply, others are wary! Leeds, N7 Just saw person on train next to me text reply to this column. Will they get printed or will my one here keep them out?? Ash, Fulham non tango (Txts, Tues): i also heard train driver asking all those with fake tans to get off at Highams Park. Hoping hell target fake blondes tonight! Jo, E1 any evidence to support tired old claim that scottish athletes are more often described as British if they win and scottish if they lose? no? didnt think so! FreeThinker, E1 found my own hair in lunch i made. not sure if i should be disgusted . Megan, GU14 tHanks for all the offers of help when our car broke down on albert Bridge! Kaye, W4 HoW come you ladies in london look much more attractive during summer than the rest of the year? Tibo, SE1 intrigued (Txts, Tues): saw two weird objects in sky over ilford sunday night! like small fire-balls. What were they? Chettster, RM6 ellie (Txts, Tues): great wedding first dance song is didnt i (Blow your Mind this time) by the delfonics. it was awesome for my wedding! good luck! Nuptial, London ellie: any song that when you hear it you think of your other half. We had the scientist by Coldplay as ours... different! Chris, SE18 Is the roof good for Wimbledon? We complain when its too hot and we complain when its too cold! lets just enjoy the sun, london. Dont forget -- it will be gone before we know it! Janet D, London Bring it on! The hotter the better. But remember, it is still our ancient right to complain about the weather, even when its perfect, because that is truly the British way. Ron, Enfield i canT believe my ears when my flatmate starts complaining about the hot weather. What would he do if he lived in australia or Southeast asia? our heatwave is nothing by comparison with there. Simon, Shepherds Bush tHe good Pub guide is launching its annual search for the best value pub meals out. Who will win the coveted title of Bargain Pub of the year? We need your help! name your favourite bargain pub at Fiona Stapley, Editor of The Good Pub Guide at last, the eu does something worthwhile, telling all mobile phone-makers to come up with a universal charger. for once, something to thank the bureaucrats for. M Yafai, Harrow Another thing WasitrighttocutBruciespay?Wouldyouhavebellyop? Are you enjoying the heatwave? Getitoff your txtYour mobile moans To be considered for publication, texts must be submitted with name and address or postcode. Please restrict messages to 25 WORDS. Thanks. >>Text TELLUS to 65800 followed by a space and your messageeach text costs 25p plus standard network charges >>Text LL TELLUS to 65400 Terms apply. See F OR once lets celebrate a brilliant innovation. The All England Club at Wimbledon has spent its money well on the retractable new roof for Centre Court. At last, no more worries about rain interruptions for headline matches, and Andy Murray playing under lights well into Monday night to secure a place in todays quarter- final instantly justified the change. It was great drama -- in the old days the match might have been spoilt by being stopped until the next day. Mark, Sutton I nEvER thought Id be watching tennis so late! Twenty20 has reinvigorated cricket with a touch of showbiz, and the new roof adds a similar touch of 21st-century excitement. James Z, E11 WhAT is it about sport that makes it instantly more exciting under lights? The game on Monday was absolutely enthralling. And the BBC must be pleased as well, with ratings of 12.6million on a weekday evening! Beth, London My fAvOuRITE thing about the roof is the view at night. The panoramic sight of London with Centre Court shining just like a light bulb in front was a stunning sight. It made me feel very proud to be a Londoner! Jade, Bayswater I EXPECT that within a year or two well find it hard to remember a time before the Centre Court roof was there. And just a little while after that all the tennis traditional- ists will be celebrating it as a vital part of Wimbledons heritage. Weisdorf, London WIMBLEdOn is supposed to be an open-air event. Before the roof the match might not have ended on the same evening, but playing on to the following day is all part of a chal- lenging Grand Slam tournament. Paul, Sutton ThE roof makes Centre Court sound like a school sports hall. Wimbledon is no longer the genteel tournament of old. It is brash and tacky. fred Perry will be spinning in his grave. Luke Hawthorn, TN24 ARSEnAL fans will now be hoping for a roof at the Emirates Stadium. Then there might be some atmosphere! Rob, London Textpoll Q: Should railways be renationalised? Ourlastresult Should MPs have a code of conduct? YES 95% NO 5%*Texts charged at 50p plus your standard network rate. Terms and conditions apply. See Text LL POLL YES or LL POLL NO followed by your first name and postcode to 65400or at Play at night is just aceLate finish: a victorious Andy Murray at 10.37pm on Monday index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html