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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: Mia S Kite
debigail, I think the citizens of Memphis should be able to decide how their money is spent. Democracy. If you are a Memphian and disagree with the majority, more power...
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: debigail
The blacks want all of the terrible things we did as slave holders back in the day to be public. I don't have a problem with that. It's history!! Now,...
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: datGuy
Naming a building or park named after someone is a way of honoring them, highlighting their accomplishments and inspiring others to be like them. Our parks should reflect that. Naming...
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Re: RIP Robert Raiford (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: LoveBC
Now who will drive those pimped out caddies around town? We lost a real classic....
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: LoveBC
Grove Reb, well thought out and written post. But I believe our so-called leadership is more interested in steering fat legal fees to well connected lawyers and playing to their...
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: nobody
That was my point Grove. Lest anybody think I was actually trying to defend modern usage of a swastika....
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: East Memphis Mark
CL, I just thought that Ole Miss billboard money could be better spent elsewhere. The coach Freeze recruiting slush fund has got to be getting low these days....
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: CL Mullins
East Memphis Mark, As a Tigers football fan you should be well beyond offending....
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: CL Mullins
If the Earth were actually round wouldn't the statue fave slud down to DeSoto County by now?...
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: East Memphis Mark
There's an Ole Miss billboard on the south loop of I-240. As a Tigers fan, I demand that it be taken down. It offends me....
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: GroveReb84
@nobody, You do bring up a good point. Symbols, word, names, and probably even historic people all carry meanings, and those meanings change based on time, geography, and even audience....
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Re: Memphis Theological Seminary Stands with Refugees (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-23-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: Thoughtful
Well of course they do......
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: nobody
Yeah, John, and the swastika is really a symbol of peace....
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: Mia S Kite
That's some post Mr Spain, if the South had your thumb endurance we'd still have space slavery today. Sad....
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: John Spain
Most people find the statue offensive because they've been misinformed for years by the media, or they don't know the full story. The story of Forrest becoming a Christian, having...
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Re: Down by the Riverside (News: Cover Feature)
Issue: 03-23-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: nobody
Highpoint - I haven't been to Central Park or Grant Park. But comparing Memphis to NYC or Chicago is just ridiculous. A more apt comparison would be to Nashville or...
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Re: Down by the Riverside (News: Cover Feature)
Issue: 03-23-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: FUNKbrs
I agree that better mass transit is the best solution for the growth of the riverfront and downtown memphis as a whole. However, thanks to bitter old racists who somehow...
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Re: Down by the Riverside (News: Cover Feature)
Issue: 03-23-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: nobody
A map or two would have been helpful. When you're talking about Memphis Park, Mississippi River Park, Fourth Bluff, etc, I get a little lost. It would have been nice...
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: Mia S Kite
Lovebc you do understand why most people find it offensive?...
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Re: 'Modern' Retail Center Coming to Midtown (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: barf
Got to agree with moverhill on this one, I am big fan of the modernist movement and contemporary architecture- done well- can provide a much-needed spark for a street and...
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: LoveBC
Crackoamerica, We are long past free, I would like for the city of Memphis to open its books so we can find out how much as spent already on this...
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Re: Down by the Riverside (News: Cover Feature)
Issue: 03-23-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: Strait Shooter
Highpoint, while I strongly agree that it's great to encourage folks to walk or bike, I question whether cutting back on parking would be a step in the direction of...
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Re: Down by the Riverside (News: Cover Feature)
Issue: 03-23-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: highpoint_T
Parking is exactly what they dont need. Parking in Tom Lee is exactly whats hurting the park now. On the weekends its a bunch idiots that park just to show...
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: GroveReb84
I've always said that if the city wanted to be petty, they would just plant some large, thick shrubs all around the statue. That, or they'd build a structure that...
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Re: Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over (News: News Blog)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-23-2017

posted by: datGuy
@greg. Sorry to hear your google is broken. This is one of thousands of links. It does an effective job of covering the bases and support. I encourage you to...
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