About "Letter from the Editor," which discussed the Dark Ages thrust upon us by our legislators in Nashville, and the Rapture, scheduled for last Saturday, when all good Christians were supposed go to heaven:
"I am pretty sure we will see most of the General Assembly back at work on Monday, if you catch my drift."
"Should the world end tomorrow, I pity the poor entity that attempts to prevent my wife from seeing Bridesmaids at the Paradiso this weekend. Good luck, my friend." — Phlo
About "Does the Neutered Version of Campfield's 'Don't Say Gay' Bill Actually Liberalize Sex Education?":
"Wait ... what? Teaching sex ed before ninth grade is an offense? Maybe we should teach kids about sex before, you know, they have kids." — cr33
About "Fullilove to Animal Activist: 'So What?'" in response to complaints about the animal shelter:
"The whiners don't actually want change. They may think they do, but they don't; if they really wanted change, they'd get off their butts and go do something to make it happen. What they actually want is to sit at their computers feeling smug. Mission accomplished." — the occasional critic
Comment of the Week:
About "Letter from the Editor" (see above):
"I don't have a problem with God so much; it's his fan club that is so damn annoying." — mad_merc
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