Other editors pop up less predictably so I was delighted to see one of our folk quoted in the BBC's (non-)story about Jeremy Clarkson upsetting some people.
"Change gear, change gear, check mirror, murder a prostitute, change gear, change gear, murder. That's a lot of effort in a day," said Clarkson, who was test-driving a truck at the time.
So the BBC rings Truck & Driver for the industry view and our man on the ground refuses to teh fan the flames:
Good one Will. The last thing we need is another tasteless overpaid BBC presenter "scandal".
Will Shiers, editor of Truck & Driver magazine said "a small number of drivers were offended by the murdering prostitute reference".
"On the whole, I thought the show was really entertaining.
"If anything it succeeded in demonstrating to car drivers just how difficult it is to drive a truck."
Update: More insight from Will.