About "100 MPH on the Mississippi River" and a proposed power boat race, by Erica Walters:
"That ought to last about one race, before the River reaches up and slaps some sense into these people."
About "More on Nashville and Memphis Riverfronts," by John Branston:
"I like Nashville. My fiancé and I both do. I don't understand the senseless bashing of cities. Why do the two cities have to be in a dick-measuring contest?" — downinmidtown
About "More Baloney: Memphis Burger King Franchisee / Global Warming Denier Praised by Lou Dobbs," by Chris Davis:
"Hold the pickles, hold the lettuce, global warming don't upset us ..." — B
About "Is This a First? Tennessee House Passes a Law You Don't Have to Obey," by Jackson Baker:
"I treat most laws that way. I will obey them if I want to." — gumbey
Comment of the Week:
About last week's cover story, "Mere Anarchy in Nashville," by Jackson Baker:
"Listening to events in the Tennessee House and Senate can be a little like watching an episode of Dukes of Hazzard. I was born here in Memphis, and I used to be proud to tell folks where I'm from ... not anymore."