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Comments from memphisflyer.com

About "Cleaning House at 460 Tennessee Street" and last week's office clean-up day at the Flyer:

"It's about time. I hope you move the old broke-down cars. I see some guys pushing them around on the street every day. One guy pushing, one guy steering, and one guy giving some loud motivational speech. I don't think they actually go anywhere." — 38103

About "McWherter Shows the Flag in Memphis" and the Democratic nominee for governor:

"While he's in town, he needs to stop by the Islamic center on Stage Road and apologize for his absurd statement during the debate. Perhaps they'll be kind enough to show him what goes on inside the sanctuaries of one of the many mosques here in Memphis. Hint: It's about as radical and controversial as vacation bible school." — autoegocrat

About "The Post-Election Challenge for Dummies" and the glitch about early voting:

"I must be a dummy. Because I can't make heads or tails out of all this. But it definitely churns my stomach. Somehow the simplistic act of counting has gotten out of whack. 1.2.3.4. so on and so forth." — 38103

About "Ford Agonistes" and possible titles for Harold Ford Jr.'s new memoir:

"Bonfire of the Vain" — jeff

"How Junior Got His Groove Back" — packrat

"A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Carpetbagger" — phlo

Comment of the Week:

About "Flight Plan" and incentives to keep Pinnacle Airlines in Memphis:

"Replace the word 'incentives' with 'bribes,' and I think we get a little closer to the truth." — Shane of Memphis

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