Memphis and Elvis both made an appearance on the CW's DC-affiliated TV show Legends of Tomorrow last week.
The show's time-traveling superheroes met Elvis, whose guitar was a mystic weapon allowing the King to talk to his dead twin brother while sucking the souls out of people's bodies, literally turning the city into a ghost town.
Fly on the Wall was planning to give The Commercial Appeal a pass this week.
Sure, a college football story thereby noted one quarterback hadn't played a game since suffering a "Lisfranc fracture in his food." But why sweat the small, hilarious stuff?
Then this happened.
If you haven't read it out loud yet, do. It's fun. It's like somebody used Google to translate an actual headline into German then Japanese then back into English.
The Onion, a satirical information hub taking great pride in the fakeness of its news, turned its darkly comic attention to the Mid-South this week.
On Monday, March 19th, the website published a story titled, "Completely Unfair That Man Ended Up on Sex Offender Registry Just For Public Urination on a Child." Dateline — BARTLETT, TN.