About "Letter from the Editor" and the "spurned lovers" who have left Memphis:
"I lived out in Cordova for a year when I first moved here some 20 years ago, there was simply no sense of community. But, Bruce, please stop extolling the continued revitalization of Midtown. The folks in the boonies, I mean munis, will come rushing in with their big-box stores and cookie-cutter restaurants. If you can't find something to do in Midtown every day of the week, you ain't looking." — CEBorst
"For its part, I insist Memphis city leaders leave us alone, stop calling us racists (always a good call when you're trying to convince someone to care about you), and to stop annexing people who don't want to be annexed. I actually think that it's getting a little better by the way. I sense a bit of battle fatigue as things start to clarify on a number of issues." — Niles4334
About "Fire Station 6 Is Saved From Closure":
"'We can't just throw a brick and close the first fire station in years.' If they can't make an obvious and fiscally responsible move, one that apparently should have been made many years ago, what exactly CAN they do?" — ChrisP.
About "Low-cost Vaccinations and Microchips for Pets in 38105":
"They will come for your pets soon, other ZIP Codes. It's all part of the New World Order Agenda 21 plan to round up our pets and put them in secret PETA camps for reeducation." — jeff
About "Kardashian Politics" and today's non-scandals:
"I'm sure that growing up with the last name Weiner makes someone want to show as many people as possible their ... well ..." — GroveReb84
Comment of the Week:
About "Kanye West To Buy Graceland? Whut?"
"So which CA photographer wants to be the sacrificial lamb when Uncle Kanye's in a foul mood?" — phlo