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From "First-Ever Injunction Issued Against a Memphis Gang," which allows members of the R90 gang to renounce membership as a way to opt out of the rules required by the injunction:

"I love the idea of filing an affidavit stating you are a reformed gang member. I mean, if there's one thing those gang members respect and honor, it's paperwork." — MTBlake


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From "County Resident Says Mid-South Fair More Boring Than Ever":

"I miss all the dentally challenged fair enthusiasts going all nom nom nom on fried dough with powdered sugar and a side-lipped Marlboro running to get in line to see JoJo the Dog Faced Boy. But that's just me." — staythirstymyfriends


From "Alternative Uses for Jack Pirtle's Gravy":

"If I had a 55-gallon drum of their gravy and a pallet of their biscuits, I wouldn't leave the house." — vietvet5


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"Sorry, Commercial Appeal, but the Memphis Flyer is the real Memphis Most."

Burl Compton @descgh

"Best BBQ, ribs, & wings, oh my! Also honors in lunch, food truck, & kid-friendly. @MemphisFlyer #BOM13 We are beside ourselves. THANK YOU!!" — Central BBQ @CentralBBQ

"Thinking about having a @MemphisFlyer Best of Loser party, Poehler/Hamm style." — Beth Spencer @bethykins


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From the Memphis Flyer's Best of Memphis party picture album:

"So when did the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn move en masse to Memphis?" — Steve Steffens

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