About "The Rant" and what Tim Sampson would do if elected president:
"Sampson for President!" — Michael Chu
About "Man of the Moment" and Shelby County Schools chief John Aitken:
"I think it is also evident, through firsthand knowledge from working with the men and from the portrayal in the article, that Aitken in some ways is the anti-Cash. I don't think Cash knows the word humble. Good luck, Mr. Aitken. My prayers are with you."
About "Beale Street Landing Has a Problem (Again)":
"Had a single person involved in this fiasco been even remotely qualified, they could have foreseen this and planned for it years ago when the ridiculous land bridge idea was being tossed around. Take a look at the board members. Anyone on there who has any sort of business dictating what goes onto a riverfront?" — Shane of Memphis
About "Supreme Court Upholds Affordable Healthcare Act":
"This is great news. To celebrate, I'm having my picture taken with Michelle Obama today. Sure it's a little pricey to pose with her. I guess my new man cave/home theater/wine cellar/opium den will just have to wait." — phlo
About "No News" and nothing good to say about No, No, Nanette:
"As a guy who has never been to a play and once thought them to be cheesy, NO, NO NANETTE changed that ... this play is awesome. It was funny, fun, inspiring. This review above is wayyyyy off base."
Comment of the Week:
About "Prodigal's Return: DonSundquist Gets a Standing O":
"A standing orgasm? Wow! Those Republicans really know how
to party." — jeff