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About "Re-Segregation Claim Apparently Still Alive in School Merger Case":
"I'm starting to wonder about the real relationship between Hopson, Cash, and Aitken. Sure seems like Cash and Aitken may be getting the last laugh, at least when it comes to the BOE. They left Hopson in a no-win situation and I'm wondering if they both knew that he would fail. Not that the BOE hasn't hogtied him also, but, man, is he stepping in it this week. Who needs the media with Hopson's sound bites!" — homersimpson

About "Nice Day for a Gay Wedding":
"I wish nothing but the best for these couples. The fact they are married doesn't mean my wife and I are under attack or that we'll be affected in any way. I will only say as an observation that when an aggrieved, gender-confused few try to redefine something as fundamental as marriage, and expect everyone else to bow to it, it all seems incredibly self-centered to me." — Niles4334

About "The Struggles of the Black Race":
"Thanks for lifting up the rug for a minute, Louis. It's amazing how much crap is accumulating there." — Scott Banbury

About "Psssssst!" and the concept of privacy:
"Maybe not you, but the entire Western media spends way too much time analyzing the messenger instead of the message which sometimes, I think, is an intentional ploy propagated by ... psssst ... you know who." — poots

About "The Rant" and MLGW's "smart meters":
"The flap over the smart meters is just silly. I participated in the pilot program and it's great. This is nothing more than technological advancement. The reality is that at some point the job of meter reader will become obsolete along with the bank teller and any number of other professions." — detmem

About "Who's Who in Memphis Twitter":
"What the hell is Twitter?" — loudersoft

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Comment of the Week:

About "Memphis Is Fourth Cheapest City To Live In":
"Memphis is the Dollar General of cities." — barf


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