A great man & a champion in the BBQ field. He will be missed. Billious
Hands down, the best BBq in Memphis or anywhere . R.I.P.
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As for hoping for no more FAKE fouls....flagrant or otherwise; that will most likely depend on Mr. Ginobli.
As the blogger for Car-Free Memphis, I wonder why it is that anyone is wondering if biking has gone beyond the white middle class. How ignorant can one get than to think such a thought. Poor black folks, for example, have always been ahead of this curve for several decades when it comes to walking, biking, and riding on public transit. In fact, their carbon foot print is far smaller than any other group of people. It's just that poor black people, about 40,000 strong here in Memphis, TN, do not have a place to walk, bike, or push a wheel chair to that is within ten minutes of their homes. Indeed, poor black people have food deserts and junk food stores and liquor stores on every corner; and for them to get anything nutritious to eat, it generally takes them as long as five hours to get back and forth to such stores via our despicable public transit service. The poor spend at least 30 hours or more on a Memphis Area Transit Authority bus each week and at best the poor can only make one pit stop per day; because, these buses only run every hour and these buses are generally late getting to the bus stops. For example, some people wait as long as 20 minutes out in open air rain or shine at bus stops. Therefore, the only question that should be asked at this point is as follows: When is there going to be any social justice whereby the poor communities are redesigned to be more like car-free cities so that the poor people can meet all of their essential needs without leaving their community just like the weathly class people are doing right now? Instead, what is going on is that the poor are getting booted out of their community; and then, the rich are redesigning these same communites to fit their rich lifestyle; once again proving how greedy they are when they want their way...and then acting as if they are the one's who are ahead of the curve and how much they are throwing the poor a bone by giving them vouchers to move further out to more desolate locations far and away from bus stops and still without having cars to get around. What gets to me is that the weathy class is doing all of this redesigning process to accommodate their gas guzzling vehicles, and then has the gal to fund it heavily with billions of corporate welfare tax dollars; while they do not ever want the poorest or the poor to even have a miniscule amount of welfare and food stamps. I have got news for those people who feel this way: there is plenty of money for everyone to live comfortably within a car-free zones and these zones can be off the grid via solar and wind power.
By Louis Goggans
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