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  • Greg Cravens

About "Ku Klux Klan Rally Is a Non-Event in Memphis," partly because of the weather and the KKK's megaphone problems:
"Damnit, who put Cletus in charge of the batteries again?!?" — ingognito

About "Crosstown Colossus" and plans for the empty Sears Crosstown building:
"I can remember the Sears there as a little kid in the early 1970s. Store was right out of the show Mad Men. The place was huge and was the 'main store' of Sears, before the malls. The days of the cavernous super duper department store are probably gone." — senor

About "Letter from the Editor" and legislators fretting about mop sinks in the Capitol:
"They needed the extra mop sinks to clean up the BS that floated through the chambers every day." — jeff

About "A Tie Vote on Teacher Pay Change at School Board":
"Sorry, but 43K up to 70K is plenty for a teacher for 9 months work. MONEY IS NOT THE PROBLEM. If you went into teaching to become rich, maybe you're really not the right person to be teaching." — CEBorst

About "Hi-Tone Set to Return":
"Why the F do they have to ask a church if they can sell alcohol? What century is this?" — lfine

Comment of the Week:
About "The Rant" and a local bar's alleged mistreatment of a
"It's important to society that we protect the weak and feeble, but it's also MANDATORY that establishments that serve alcohol protect society by not overserving and releasing intoxicated people onto the street." — HCS

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