If nothing else, Cohen can claim the single most amateurish, unintelligible commercial on local TV. The commercial with Kirk Whalum doing a weak sax solo with some grandmas rapping in the background has to be the worst in local history. Did somebody actually get paid to produce this?
As if the government didn't have enough ways to waste money, the DOE has pissed away $100 million on this.
C'mon, rat. America hating wingnuts? Steal elections? You libs just can't face facts, but fortunately the law of the land prevailed and we didn't have to endure 4 years of Al Bore. And he made millions selling his snake oil to all of you.
It certainly was frustrating that a dud like Gore actually got that close to being President. As it turned out, he ended up better off financially with his pursuit of the global warming scam that netted him millions.
"... a huge crowd showed up at the airport to greet the returning team, including Elvis Presley". I didn't remember Elvis being a part of that team. He must have truely been a talented man.
Holmes Street bridge replacement is a TDOT project, so the city engineer has no control over it and is not to blame for the timing of it. Building a bridge over the Greenline will present some problems (not sure what "tossing down some temporary black top" would accomplish) but don't get your spandex bike shorts in a wad yet. I'm sure all involved will try to accomodate the Greenline users if possible.
"After making a speech at City Hall Thursday evening in which he advocated serious reductions in federal spending, Corker was asked about his presence on the hit list."
I assume that refers to Memphis City Hall. I wonder if he was lost or if he had to ask for directions to get there. Corker has not shown any interest in or done anything for Memphis since he was elected, nor has he ever seemed interested in "reductions in federal spending" unless it was during a campaign speech. Maybe the Tea Party will draft a real representative to be our senator.
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