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About "Price Set for Pippin as Green Bay Seals Deal" and the final details for moving the roller coaster to Wisconsin:

"It's all too sad. The Pippin has gone the way of the Memphis Belle. It's like taking your great grandmother's jewelry to the pawn shop. Other places are more interested in our history than we are." — julie noir

"In many ways it is, but at least in this case we'll still be able to go to the new owner's house and wear it whenever we want. What else that we've lost can we say that about?" — dw231

"I, for one, am glad to see that something is being done with the fairgrounds besides letting it sit and gather weeds and rats. ... Nostalgia is a fun diversion, but one shouldn't make it a life's work." — B

About "End Car Inspection Tyranny" and the suggestion that cars be inspected at dealerships and service stations:

"If you factor in the amount of gas burned and the emissions generated by the cars waiting in these stupid lines, we would probably come out on the plus side by eliminating these stations and just let everyone mail in their fee. Money, as always, is driving this train." — MrKite

About "Herenton Opposes Gay Marriage (and Pot)":

"Brilliant strategy, Willie; convince enough productive people to leave Memphis so you win the election. Sheer genius!" — packrat

Comment of the Week:

About "Letter from the Editor" and Forbes magazine's ranking of Memphis as the third-most miserable city in America:

"I know when I'm miserable one thing always puts a smile on my face: Firing up the record player and spinning the brilliant 1962 album Presenting The New Christy Minstrels." — phlo

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