Fly on the Wall wants readers to be extra careful if they find themselves walking, biking, or driving near any of the newish solar-powered gates installed along Mud Island's Greenbelt Park. According to park signage, the city of Memphis isn't responsible for what might happen if these gates "malfuction." We're not really sure what "malfuction" means, mind you, but it sounds really awful.
Rule #1 for bigots in politics. Be sure to own all internet domains related to your name. And for the love of God and all that's holy and heterosexual, whatever you do, don't let those contracts expire. Case in point: Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, who has worked to prevent gay couples from adopting and has presided over the passage of numerous anti-gay bills. Last week, the gay and lesbian chat forum LGBTchat.net acquired the domain AsaHutchinson.com, which now redirects to the gay-friendly chat site.
With a serious water crises looming in America and around the world, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery joined the State of Tennessee in a lawsuit led by state Representative Sheila Butt and Andy Holt against the EPA's "Waters of the United States" rule. WOTUS would ultimately establish whether or not antipollution laws apply to farmers redirecting waterways to create cattle ponds or dumping a million gallons of pig poop all over the place, as Holt has been accused of doing.