What They Said 

About "For Competition" and the pending AT&T and T-Mobile merger:

"A monopoly?? Are you kidding me? First, for those of you who are grassroots organizers bent on so-called social justice, MONO means ONE. Last I checked Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile were the big four players. 4-1=3." — Phil Jackson


About "The Rant" and the notion that big government is bad:

"At this point, perhaps the best strategy going forward should be to primary-challenge Obama, then all vote for the Perry/God or Bachmann/Satan ticket, get that monstrosity elected, then take the playbook straight from the right wing and work tirelessly and vigorously to implode the American economy in any way possible and along with it, any semblance of a representative democratic republic. Then pick up the pieces and start over." — packrat


About "Fans Pelt MGMT" with shoes (after the guitarist asked for just their left ones):

"Damn Kids, Kids, Kids." — 38103


About "In So Many Words or Less?: City Council Decrees Less":

If our council members spent half as much time thinking as they do talking, Memphis would be one of the most prosperous places on the planet." — mad_merc


Comment of the Week:

About "Wild in Memphis" and all the critters that live within our county limits:

"I've seen a lot of cougars roaming around Wild Bill's." — sbanbury


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