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Re: The Death of Suburbia (Opinion: Letter From The Editor)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: GroveReb84
I'll add that, as a suburban parent, my time is spent on kids. They get home from school, and I'm shuttling them to choir practice at the school, soccer practice,...
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Re: The Death of Suburbia (Opinion: Letter From The Editor)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: datGuy
BP45, interesting thoughts. The lack of a city plan allows those miserably designed buildings to proliferate. Its shameful there is no design requirements in south main area and a commission...
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Re: John DeBerry: An Outlier on Vouchers (Politics: Politics Beat Blog)
Issue: 03-09-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: OakTree
The only way to reimagine education, is to rethink the de facto trajectory which Americans can expect out of our lives in the brave new world of the 21st Century....
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Re: The Death of Suburbia (Opinion: Letter From The Editor)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: GroveReb84
@nobody, I thought the same about Carriage Crossing, until I went there last Friday night. I had to drive around a couple times to find a good parking spot. It...
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Re: The Death of Suburbia (Opinion: Letter From The Editor)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: TheAbominableDavid
It gives me great joy to know that just by living in Collierville I can cause mental anguish to people like Moverhill. Sure, I may pay more to have my...
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Re: The Death of Suburbia (Opinion: Letter From The Editor)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: FUNKbrs
@BP45 How dare those white kids move to the city for a higher quality of life. Race traitors, amirite?...
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Re: The Death of Suburbia (Opinion: Letter From The Editor)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: OakTree
"Dad, are we there yet?" "No son. You can't get there from here."...
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Re: The Death of Suburbia (Opinion: Letter From The Editor)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: Mia S Kite
moverhill, and those horrid white people attained those percentages without walling them out vis-a-vis the West Bank and Gaza....
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Re: The Death of Suburbia (Opinion: Letter From The Editor)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: BP45
We're still building suburbs in Memphis - we're doing it Downtown. Just look no further than the cheap suburban style units being built in South Main. They are being built...
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Re: John DeBerry: An Outlier on Vouchers (Politics: Politics Beat Blog)
Issue: 03-09-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: Nick R
CL, I'm afraid that not only has that ship sailed, there is no one left to build a new one....
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Re: John DeBerry: An Outlier on Vouchers (Politics: Politics Beat Blog)
Issue: 03-09-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: ArlingtonPop
@CL If you are of a mind, follow Funk's link to what are, in the judgment of the World Economic Forum, the best school systems. Putting aside any concerns you...
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Re: Another Tale of Two Cities: How to Deal With Donald Trump: PART ONE (Politics: Politics Beat Blog)
Issue: 03-09-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: Nick R
nobody, You know that even if folks were given access to low cost Canadian psychotropics, it means nothing if they don't use them....
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Re: Another Tale of Two Cities: How to Deal With Donald Trump: PART ONE (Politics: Politics Beat Blog)
Issue: 03-09-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: nobody
Lots of people read it. That doesn't mean it's respected. Lots of people voted for drumpf. Lots of people watch fox news. Sick burn on the username. You sure put...
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Re: Another Tale of Two Cities: How to Deal With Donald Trump: PART ONE (Politics: Politics Beat Blog)
Issue: 03-09-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: moverhill
Nobody (well-chosen): the Daily Mail, in addition to being a print tabloid, has a web site "MailOnline" which is the most visited English language newspaper web site in the world,...
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Re: John DeBerry: An Outlier on Vouchers (Politics: Politics Beat Blog)
Issue: 03-09-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: CL Mullins
Again, if we were to emphasize primary education, pay grade school teachers at a much better rate than say French Literature and Philosophy professors, and employ more of them, it...
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Re: The Death of Suburbia (Opinion: Letter From The Editor)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: moverhill
The new trend in virtually every metropolitan area, including Memphis, is something called "urbanization" as more and more people move back into the city because they've finally realized that, other...
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Re: The Death of Suburbia (Opinion: Letter From The Editor)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: nobody
My guess is that Carriage Crossing in Collierville won't survive. There hasn't been any additional development around it. And there's lots of empty parcels - in the mall and in...
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Re: John DeBerry: An Outlier on Vouchers (Politics: Politics Beat Blog)
Issue: 03-09-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: ArlingtonPop
@ Grove, Absolutely agree....
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Re: Another Tale of Two Cities: How to Deal With Donald Trump: PART ONE (Politics: Politics Beat Blog)
Issue: 03-09-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: nobody
I think only one media outlet called the Ole Miss protest a riot - that was the Daily Mail, a little respected British tabloid....
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Re: Memphis Pop Art Festival and Designer Toy Summit (We Recommend: We Recommend)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: Ben G Daigle
Thanks for the words. Dont know what or why that superman picture is there, has nothing to do with anything we are doing, but thanks anyway. - Gavriel Discordia -...
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Re: John DeBerry: An Outlier on Vouchers (Politics: Politics Beat Blog)
Issue: 03-09-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: GroveReb84
@Funk, Technical support is outsourced to India because it's cheaper labor, not because we don't have people in the US that can do it. Same with manufacturing jobs. They get...
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Re: Fly on the Wall 1464 (News: The Fly-By)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: Chris Davis
You are correct B, and thank you for the correction. Sometimes even the Pesky Fly makes Fly-worthy gaffs. I will excoriate myself with an appropriate correction. I know better because...
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Re: Fly on the Wall 1464 (News: The Fly-By)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: B
Joe Briggs beat Stacey Campfield, not Hensley. http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/polit…...
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Re: John DeBerry: An Outlier on Vouchers (Politics: Politics Beat Blog)
Issue: 03-09-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: B
I don't have kids. I am fine with my tax dollars going to public education. I am not fine with my tax dollars going to private education, especially when that...
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Re: Against Vouchers for Shelby County (Opinion: Editorial)
Issue: 03-16-2017
Posted: 03-16-2017

posted by: Máté Wierdl
A pilot program involves maybe a class of 20 students, not a whole school district. Who buys that this is just an experiment when it is run in the largest...
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