About "Man Arrested for Attempting to Burn Gay Pride Flag," by Bianca Phillips:
"One of the things that makes hate crimes so dangerous for society is that they can lead to disproportionate retaliatory violence. 'If you prick us do we not bleed? If you tickle us do we not laugh? If you poison us do we not die? And if you wrong us shall we not revenge?' William Shakespeare."
About "A C Suggests Compromise Candidate for Interim County Executive: Himself," by Jackson Baker:
"Fewer politicians to bribe is good for business." — davidkentholt
About "Bernie 'It Was Too Good To Be True' Madoff at the MJCC," by Leonard Gill:
"Yeah, everybody thought it was too good to be true, but everybody wanted to be part of it and didn't care that it might be a bit shady as long as they were getting a piece of the action." — montrallo
About "If You Were R.C. Johnson," by Frank Murtaugh:
"How about Phillip Fulmer — if nothing else it will give some real excitement to the next Tiger/Vols game!" — BlueandOrange
About "Tommy West's Excellent Suggestion," by John Branston:
"So who's gonna help me organize the tailgate parties next season for the 'chair of excellence' professors? Woo hoo!" — Phlo
Comment of the Week:
About "Should the Flyer Ban Anonymous Commenters ...," by Bruce VanWyngarden:
"I'm not taking off my cape and bat costume for no man!"