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About "It's Not Easy Being Green in Memphis," by Bruce VanWyngarden:

"Hello MATA: How hard can it be to better manage the timing of trolleys? Does anyone manage it? I don't think so. There is no dispatcher (is there?), no management of the system. I routinely walk to South Main or City Hall without ever being passed by a trolley. The trolleys are an amusement ride for tourists at best and they have destroyed commerce on Madison Ave. It could be a reliable system ... is anybody there?" — poolboy

About "Gloom and Doom Be Gone," John Branston's "encouraging views on real estate, business, and fun":

"Mr. Branston is like a person on the Titanic saying, 'Oh this is such fun! I just love swimming! Isn't the ocean simply beautiful?' And then, the sharks start to circle." — rantboy

"I'm giving up my campaign to replace Henry Paulson and take over the Fed and Goldman Sachs, but the record will show that this column moved the market up 377 points." — John Branston

Comment of the Week:

About "It's Not Easy Being Green in Memphis," by Bruce VanWyngarden:

"BELIEVE ME, give it time. There will be a TROLLEY JACKING in Memphis. It's coming!" — V-8 Power

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