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Re: “Memphis Pop Art Festival and Designer Toy Summit

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 - Designer Toy Summit

Posted by Ben G Daigle on 03/16/2017 at 11:00 AM

Re: “Blood on the Dance Floor at Hard Rock

I want to thank everyone that has supported any of these events....#BloodOnTheDanceFloor5 will go down in the dance history books....I want to thank all dance participants and guests and performers!!!!! Support #IAmGangstaWalkMovement

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Posted by OG jaquency on 03/01/2017 at 1:42 PM

Re: “Blood on the Dance Floor at Hard Rock

This and all the events that OG Jaquency put together is always exciting. I love the atmosphere of even being able to bring your kids to his events. I hope he never stop doing hisevents cause I look forward to each and every one of them. This really gives the kids something to do instead of hanging in the streets getting into trouble or killed. I really think OG Jaquency deserves a lot more recognition for what he does because he truly deserves it. OG Jaquency please never stop doing these events. Your recognition is coming homie. DaSupplya out!!

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Posted by DaSupplya on 03/01/2017 at 1:16 PM

Re: “Blood on the Dance Floor at Hard Rock

#support #MemphisJookin

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Posted by Eli SkateGod Boyce on 02/27/2017 at 7:32 PM

Re: “Memphis Blues Musician Fred Sanders Passes Away at 71

I loved my uncle Fred his brother Pastor James P. Sanders although some just know him as JP took me to meet his brother and family in Memphis when I was little in the 70's I loved all who I meet as a child we did not make it to Memphis all the time but he was love by all of the Sanders children his which are his nephews and nieces. He and my Dad could play the guitar well and now my brother Tim plays also who tried to follow the music of George Benson for years. Fred has been and inspiration to musicians and will be missed by all of his family I am a proud one. R.I.P Bathsheba Gibborim (a.k.a Yvette W. Sanders) Mob Museum Volunteer Las Vegas NV

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Posted by Queen's Kingdom on 02/03/2017 at 9:05 PM

Re: ““Guns, Violence & Justice” at the Metal Museum

What a great exhibit idea! Love your comments Grace Stewart! Wish I lived closer to see the show! (NJ).

Posted by Pat Proniewski on 01/13/2017 at 9:38 PM

Re: “Memphis Wrestling Legend Jackie Fargo Dies

My name is buster Higgins, I remember walking downtown Nashville, one morning with my babysitter, I was 6 yrs. old. We walk by a liquor store, and I peek in, and there he was my hero, the king, Jackie Fargo. He looked at me and motioned me to come in, my babysitter took me in , and it was the most wonderful thing, I had ever dreamed of, getting to me mr fargo.i never to this day ever forgot it, I'm 62 yes. Old now, but he was the most kindest, and wonderful gentleman I had ever met. He had the kindest heart, he was my hero, I have his strut down pat now, Rest In Peace, mr fargo, I will never forget

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Posted by Robert w. Higgins on 01/01/2017 at 8:48 PM

Re: ““The Art of the Video Game” at the Brooks

The nowadays craze of playing video games on different platforms says XBOX, playstation, is becoming very popular. My nephew is also a craziest fan of playing video games and collecting gaming CD keys from By one sense its a bit good thing, as video games helps to increase kids concentration, power and makes them self decision maker.

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Posted by jerrycheng on 12/28/2016 at 7:38 AM

Re: “Spring Moods and A Salute to Motherhood

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Re: “Meet the Women Behind the New Socially Conscious Brand Lesouque

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Re: “Style Session with Chalsie Petteway

No, tell us what you REALLY think, Marvin.. heh..

Posted by OakTree on 08/12/2016 at 11:24 AM

Re: “Style Session with Chalsie Petteway

Chalsie has unique style and of course Creole savoir-Faire!! Slay Chalsie, SLAY!!
My GODdaughter Rocks Life!

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Posted by Marvin R. Young on 08/12/2016 at 11:00 AM

Re: “The Cut-Up

I had a chance to meet mr. Hamilton on the trolley in Memphis Tennessee this past weekend. The interesting young man asked if he could can do a sketch of me and I said sure why not. In about 5 to 10 minutes he drew a sketch that actually look like me. So I decided to look him up on the internet and I was amazed to find how talented he really was. He was a joy to talk with and I love the sketch that he drew of me. D. Roberts 7/16

Posted by Denicia Roberts on 07/31/2016 at 8:45 PM

Re: “Revolve Guitars and Music Opens in Bartlett

rEvolve has been a pleasure to deal with the past two years. Geoff has repaired and setup at least six guitars for me and always done an outstanding job. I trust him for his advice and respect him for his honesty. His prices are extremely reasonable and the work is top-notch. I have also bought numerous items from him and the prices are competitive with anyone. What I enjoy the most is the neighborhood "feel" of his shop. It's fun just to look around while someone is playing a possible future buy in the background. Geoff and Zack run a great music store with plenty of selection, knowledge and honesty.
Jerry Masonis

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Posted by bubba on 06/24/2016 at 7:55 AM

Re: “When "American Pickers" Met Prince Mongo

it's the guy in the grim reaper mask you need to worry about.

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Posted by Floyd Yancey on 06/19/2016 at 4:11 AM

Re: “When "American Pickers" Met Prince Mongo

I remember Mongo since I was a kid nearly 50 past. If he was going to go off he would have done it a longtime ago. Relax.

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Posted by CL Mullins on 06/18/2016 at 10:03 PM

Re: “When "American Pickers" Met Prince Mongo

I know this thread is old as hell but I just caught this episode of American Pickers, which resulted in a rather extensive search and reading session on this Prince Mongo guy to the point I missed the rest of the episode being so engrossed in the guy and what articles and info I found about him.
To be honest the guy is nothing short of frightening. And I'm not Mr Tough-Guy or anything but I'm no 6'3, 200lb chicken shit either.
The frightening thing about him is that he has quite clearly and obviously completely lost any sort of remote grasp on reality. Whether the "character" he portrays is his honest persona or not, (frankly it's almost a bit more frightening if he KNOWS it's all an act) the dude is legitimately off the reservation. This is the type of psyche that ends up burning down city blocks or poisoning the water supply and shit like that, whether it's in an effort to stop the spawning of whatever demon or alien creatures he is certain are trying to infiltrate the community, or because he's certain the community is out to get him, or merely that his "eccentric" act isn't getting him the level of attention that he requires anymore and decides to take things to another level.
How this guy isn't locked up in a padded party room already is beyond me, let alone the fact he is allowed to run for office every election. Everyone is so concerned with catching sleeper cells of terrorists hiding out in towns, (which is a legit concern, don't gt me wrong) yet this nutcase is free as a bird...

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Posted by TheApexPreditor on 06/18/2016 at 9:49 PM

Re: “Favorite Find - The Saddle Bag from Celery

A trip to Memphis isn't complete without a stop at Celery.
My closet is very happy. Leslie has a good eye!

Posted by S. Anderson on 04/30/2016 at 8:37 PM

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