You know, you gotta feel for the poor Toronto Star carriers. Here they have to zoom around in their beat-up cars at the ghastly hour of 4 or 5 a.m., delivering an extraordinary number of newspapers, made up of a gazillion sections, because The Star is the biggest paper in the land, so you gotta understand when they just don't have the time to take the three parts of the Thursday paper and assemble them into one large paper. It's much faster to stack the three parts, roll them up, stick them in a sleeve or tie it up with a rubber band. And we subscribers just have to suck it up. Now if we were to pay full fare at the newspaper box or corner store, we would of course be entitled to getting our paper completely assembled and dry.