The main business that opposed the bike lanes were Mercury Valet (a dry cleaner) and Huey's midtown.
When I started reading this article I really did think it was satire, so many buzz words sprinkled between so much drivel, surely that can't be real, right? Even that name, Chuck Thomas III, seemed fake.
But no, it's real, I guess... I wonder what Chuck actually thought when he turned in the article to the Flyer. What a joke.
Live theater in Memphis is the same. I've recently taken a renewed interest in live theater in Memphis. I've gone to shows at Rhodes, UofM, Theater Memphis, Playhouse, Circuit- and at every one of them people text, take phone calls, play games on their phones and on and on... it's so disrespectful and if you say anything to them they want to fight. Please, just don't go. Stay home and text to your hearts content.
Omg, will someone pls wake up Mr. VanWyngarden and tell him that the hackneyed phrase "that's what she said" wasn't funny back when Cro Magnons first started making fun of Neanderthals and he shouldn't encourage its use for any reason. thx.
By Jackson Baker
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