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About "Ex-Mayor Herenton Renews Debate Challenge at Cohen HQ":

"I hate to sound like a supporter of King Willie, but to discount him as not being a formidable opponent is dead wrong. WWH is slick, crafty, and just this side of being an icon in many areas of Memphis." — mad merc

About "Lost Finale":

"While the world bankers and stock market insiders steal everyone's money with the help of the Democrat-run Congress of the USA, do you know about it? No, not you. You know about the TV show Lost or the words to some rap songs." — DERR UFO

About "Is That All There Is?" and the city budget cuts:

"A C Wharton is Barack Obama in miniature. We project our notions of good government onto them, and in return, they make us feel good about ourselves, but both are apparently too polite to clean up the mess left by their predecessors." — autoegocrat

About "Political Snapshots from the Week Just Passed," where candidates for Shelby County mayor promised to avoid mudslinging:

"If they take 'mudslinging' out of Memphis/Shelby County politics, the only things left are corruption and cronyism. What's next? Taking alcohol out of beer, wine, and liquor?"


Comment of the Week:

About "Dead Again: Scenes from a Zombie March":

"Someone FINALLY has the courage to tell those stupid zombie hordes how dorky and unorganized they are! The undead of Memphis need to get serious and coordinate their slaughter/dismember/devour/zombify paradigm in order to maximize core competency, synergy, and bloodshed. All that random lurching and drooling is just bad form." — Naomi Van Tol

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