Fly On the Wall 

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What's better than the story of police pulling over a vintage pickup truck that turns out to be a mobile meth lab? When a pickup truck that happens to be a mobile meth lab has the words "METH LAB" scrawled across the back window. Thanks, WMC. Best. Screenshot. Ever.

OG's United
Last week, Memphis rapper Al Kapone got political when he dropped a YouTube video endorsing Dr. George Flinn, the Republican candidate trying to unseat 9th District congressman Steve Cohen. Memphians need to "spread more love," Kapone explained in the video. "That's gonna boost our dollars up."
Since we can't embed the video in a newspaper, here's a quick summary of its visual content: The American flag flies proudly. Al Kapone has a necklace he wants you to see. A clock ticks. You can buy a ring on QVC for only $68, but you need to hurry because they're only selling 12 of them. Times are tough for blurry people with bad teeth who deserve to get paid big stacks of hundred-dollar bills. People get buck when DJ Paul guests on an Al Kapone endorsement. And vote for Dr. George Flinn, because he's a crazy harmonica-playing doctor who rides an elephant.

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