Yes, this is dumbazz Memphis...more crappy, unhealthy food....have another damn pok sammiche to go with these chips !
First and foremost, if you actually THINK there are truly outstanding restaurants and chefs in this city, you must have burnt tastebuds from eating too much Memphis greasy BBQ, cheap Chinese, bad Mexican and Huey's friggen hamburgers..
Memphis is NOT a talented food destination by any means...gee I've had better food in places even like SouthSide of Birmingham, Mountain Brook and Vestavia Hills, for godssake and that's not saying a bunch either..
Nashville has better...Atlanta....Charlotte...Austin.... St. louis...Tampa ...
Kroger is an inferior supermarket, but Memphis is not exactly what I would call a great food city anyway....can even get outstanding varieties of fresh fish in this stupid city..
At least Nashville has a Publix - Pulbix in FL is head and shoulders over ANY KROGER in this river town
After wasting 15 or so years in Memphis, anybody would have to come to their senses and decide the city is not on the trajectory or ANY greatness in the next 25 damn years !
I've read the crap, rah rah diatribes over at Smart City memphis, the CRAP over at places like City-Data, and even the stupid stuff stated on how Memphis is so great, over at even travel sites, like Travel Advisor..
One idiot moderator was even cheerleading on both websites and many others ! you may have read this crap coming from a mod named Pearlbob ~
look, Memphis has been screwing itself in nashville (comm) for years now, and the rest of the state of TN doesn't give a crap about Memphis - and that's the truth..get out a bit more around the nation, and you'll find out EXACTLY what people think and say about memphis when comaprisons are made to other cities
Yep, FEDEX will NOT stay in Memphis...it doesn't have to in the first place ! heck, Fred Smith was quoted as saying that "memphis is not competitive" ..and that's a FACT that he said that.
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