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Re: “Letter From the Editor

I think Memphis needs more shopping opportunities and glad to see business' opening up there. I'm tired of going to the Walmart in Southaven and can't find a handicapped parking space for all the TN tags with their auntie's placard hanging from their rearview mirrors. There's a perfectly good Walmart on Elvis Presley Blvd in Whitehaven, what's wrong with shopping there? I'll tell you what's wrong with it; I went there to get a game for my son because it was the closest Walmart that had it in stock. When we walked into the store, the armed security guard followed behind us until we finished our purchase in the electronics department and left the store because we were the only white people in there (my son is actually mixed race). Everything in the store with a price over $5 was under lock & key requiring an associate to retrieve it for you, A part of the black community in Memphis has turned it into a 3rd world country, where even black people don't want to patronize their local business' due to fear of crime. This is a pathetic state of the city I grew up in and once loved dearly, all the result of "King Willy's" tenure as mayor of Memphis. A population that continued to re-elect that fool who cost the Memphis City Schools millions of $$$ when he was superintendent in having an affair with Mahnaz Bahrmand who sued and won a settlement out of court. Memphis is a hellhole and although it may not be as bad as Detroit right now, one day it will get there.

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Posted by Big Argus on 08/02/2013 at 12:40 PM
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