What They Said 

About "State GOP Says OWS Protesters Are Dirty":
"I didn't know Tommy Chong was at Occupy Nashville. Far out, man!"
M_Awesomeberg

About "Romney Favors 'Personhood' Amendment":
"Conception: [Is that] like when I first think I'd like to get in her pants or is it after I formulate a plan?"
CL Mullins

About "The Rant" and things Memphis needs:
"There's no problem in the world that some high-speed rail can't solve."
Richard Cranium

About "Gay Relationships in the Bible":
"I can also probably make a case for giant neon billboards promoting fried chicken as a divine laxative if I carefully select and twist particular verses to suit my own agenda."
Pogo

Comment of the Week:
About: "The 'Personhood' Amendment Is Terrorism Against Persons":
"The road to hell may well be paved with good intentions; the road to a darker place is paved with legislation." — cr33

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