"You got it right! Matthew McConaughey is America's hottest and sexiest single guy"
Costa Mesa, Calif.
OMG! If there were an award for best body, Matthew McConaughey would be the No. 1 prize winner. It should be a sin to have a body that looks that hot.
When I see a picture of Matthew McConaughey, I turn from a 40-year-old mom into a 12-year-old with a crush. What makes him so appealing is not just his drop-dead good looks but also his beautiful soul.
Matthew McConaughey? Are you daft? He's unwashed, narcissistic and a commitment-phobe. Of course he's single.
I just finished reading your Hottest Bachelors issue and couldn't believe there was not one man in a uniform. Give me a policeman, fireman or military man any day. To serve and protect, now that's sexy.
Pamela Sargent, Oak Island, N.C.
Sexy and single. Hottest bachelors. Excuse me, but where is George Clooney?
Boca Raton, Fla.
... Orlando Bloom?
... Al Pacino?
Harry Potter has always been close to my heart, and I am having bittersweet thoughts about the upcoming book. To me, and I'm sure millions of other fans, Harry Potter is very real. He will remain very much alive in our hearts, no matter what J.K. Rowling has in store for him.
Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Is there anyone out there who thinks Brooke Burke needs to lose another 10 lbs.? Relax, Brooke, and enjoy your new baby. Life's too short. You're beautiful just as you are.
Park City, Utah
Had the judge taken things just one step further by forbidding the public and the media from discussing or photographing Paris Hilton ever again, we all would have been well served.
Sharon Osbourne's remark that Elisabeth Hasselbeck "needs a lobotomy" because she defends the Bush Administration was rude. The liberal world of Hollywood needs to take their words about tolerance to heart. Those with more conservative views have the right to have their say without dismissive criticism.
Readers were divided on our story about green burials at Ramsey Creek Preserve, a 70-acre cemetery outside Westminster, S.C., created for eco-friendly interments, in which the deceased are buried in biodegradable coffins. "I have seen the postmortem effect on a human body," writes Mollie Allen, a funeral director from Morton, Miss., "and cannot fathom the idea of allowing loved ones to decompose in a crude fashion." Others sided with the green process. "Kudos to people who have realized that bodies should be allowed to biodegrade and return to the earth," writes Mark Silverman of Clifton Park, N.Y. While green-burial advocates don't view cremation as a green alternative because of the energy required to burn a body, reader Mike Pevoto of Georgetown, Texas, says, "Cremation doesn't put back anything into the ground besides the ashes."
In our July 2 issue, we incorrectly reported the name of actress Uma Thurman's new boyfriend. His name is David Wike. We regret the error.