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About "Living Day-to-Day," a look at Memphis' undocumented immigrants, by Bianca Phillips:

"I still cannot understand how law enforcement can just look the other way for these 'innocent criminals.' I certainly wouldn't be treated as an innocent if I were arrested for a 'crime' and I am a U.S. citizen. The fact that illegals are ALLOWED to organize and have bona fide rights in this country is amazing." — jojo

About "Ghost River Brewing Makes Its Debut," by Simone Wilson:

"Beer is proof that God wants man to be happy!" — toast

About "Craig Brewer Unveils $5 Cover, a Web-Based Project Based on Memphis Music," by Chris Herrington:

"Incest is easier than finding a date, but no matter how good it sounds, it's still not going to work out. Documentary or spoof would have been better. Memphis' complexion is largely pock-marked with drama and the funky stink of poverty. Glamorizing it does not work out in the long run." — bubbah

Comment of the Week:

About "Music Legend Isaac Hayes Dies":

"Mr. Hayes is an example of what happens when passion meets talent. His musical legacy will forever live on, whether it is through samples that new artists make or through the love that many people share for him, in all mediums — new media, to television, movie, and music and let's not forget the radio, which is where a lot got a chance to hear that voice. It was the voice that boomed through the soul, through every fiber of your being. He will be missed, and loved." — miclowery

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