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Your views: on rockets, cinema and a restaurant review

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Today, readers comment on an Eyre Peninsula launch site, an Adelaide film and a food critic’s write-up leaving a bad taste in the mouth.

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Commenting on the story: Eyre Peninsula rockets set for lift-off despite environment concerns

The usual suspects knocking any positive development, holding back anyone who wants to give it a go. Obviously a free ride to sensationalism as they never put money where their mouths are. And yes I know where Whalers Way is, I used to surf there years ago. – Mike Woenig

Commenting on the story: Revisiting Parklands, a bittersweet slice of 90s Adelaide noir

Was shown a few years ago in Cinematheque at Mercury Cinema, in 16mm format. Mercury remains able to show in 16mm and 35mm (I believe) – what a resource into the future. – David Donaldson

Commenting on the story: Restaurant review: Daughter in Law

We ate at Daughter In Law just last week. As we were a group of eight we had the banquet, so no choice as to what we ate. I do wonder if we had a different chef and staff on that evening as our table was ready on arrival, we were greeted with a smile and served promptly and immediately with not a single drinks order missed, and there were many made on the night.

The Balls of Happiness did make us all smile, even as I accidentally bit through mine as like you I found them a little large, but flavoursome non-the-less. Our ceviche was beautifully balanced and not at all “soupy”. We did have a cauliflower dish which was not anyone’s favourite I must admit, but the tandoori chicken dish was delicious.

The music and the vibe were great and we all had a thoroughly enjoyable night. Maybe not the most amazing food on offer in Adelaide but we will certainly be back. – Lucy Schultz

Obvious has way different tastes than we do. We have visited four times in two months since discovering. This, and a previous review, are so off base as to be laughable. – CJ Warso

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