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Re: “Next Level in Bartlett; pickle happy hour at Hu.; plus — Spirits & Soul Fest; Brewfest.

Hmmm. Something is missing here... or perhaps been overlooked...?

Posted by Sarah Fleming on 04/25/2019 at 6:31 PM

Re: “Tim Sampson Recalls the Flyer’s Early Daze

We've come along way, Tim. An 18 year old radical environmentalist I know was working ground support for the Greenpeace crew hanging the banner off the North Memphis chemical plant pictured on your first cover. The chemical plant is now long gone, but the the activist, now 48, still lives on the banks of the yet polluted Cypress Creek downstream. BTW, he still considers himself a radical environmentalist ;)

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Posted by Scott Banbury on 04/25/2019 at 11:19 AM

Re: “Flipping the Switch on a New Solar Farm in Millington

MLGW (and its customers) should be the full beneficiary of this project, including lower cost of the energy generated and the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) that come with it.

Instead TVA gets the benefits of both while they profit from selling the power back to us at wholesale rates and keeping the RECs too.

Posted by Scott Banbury on 04/25/2019 at 11:04 AM

Re: “Tim Sampson Recalls the Flyer’s Early Daze

Tim, your memory serves you well. As the one who actually did the paper cutting, waxing and pasting in the first year of the Flyer's existence (as well as many illustrations in order to protect our tiny budget), I can confirm that getting an issue out to the public was a labor-intensive process that seems only a few steps removed from a stylus and clay tablets compared to today's digital print production capabilities. And you and I often worked on Sunday mornings, remember? For a few hours, to meet that Tuesday deadline. Last-minute changes created some close calls: one time I was finishing a page (cardboard paste-up) on the trunk of a car. The guy who always drove the issue down to the printer in Mississippi had the motor running as I slapped in an ad sold only minutes earlier. Another time the power went out in our building on Tennessee Street as the deadline approached, and I pasted up the last boards by flashlight.

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Posted by Rise Maxwell on 04/25/2019 at 11:00 AM

Re: “Prince DJae: A New Spirit for Traditional R&B

I've had the wonderful opportunity of interviewing Prince DJae & Bipolar Chris on my YAMS Talk Show a few weeks ago. This young man is destined for Greatness as a multi-talented entertainer who can sing, write, act, and dance while making people laugh, sing and dance with his creative style of captivating an audience.

Please check out his interview on the YAMS TALK SHOW:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqRm21KBqms

Anfra
Author/Poet/Speaker/Comedian/Talk Show Host

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Posted by Anfra Boyd on 04/25/2019 at 9:54 AM

Re: “Memphis Doctors, Nurses Charged With Illegally Distributing Opioids

Just another media fad which the politicians, including part of law enforcement, feed from.

Once it was pot, then heroin, then cocaine, then crack, then meth, then heroin and fentanyl, and now opioids. Wait a few months and they'll be a new, bigger danger which we need to be rescued from.

Meanwhile, "progressives" in places like NYC have made drug enforcement a joke by reducing penalties on possession to a point where the dealers can do business without fear of serious impediment.

Any time you have addictive substances, there is misuse and people willing to profit from this regardless of the law. And the sky still hasn't fallen.

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Posted by ALJ2 on 04/25/2019 at 5:49 AM

Re: “The American Health-Care Nightmare

It's the wrong issue.

There are examples of widespread health in the past.

Because preventative and curative is better than proprietary and proscriptive.

Back when people understood the natural approaches to health. And what caused (causes) chronic sickness. Ask your doctor ... because pharma doesn't fund medical schools to teach it. Shot down Royal Rife ... same thing done about 10 times in history ... just not here and now.

Body inputs do affect body outputs. Chronic disease is a body output.

Amazon's health benefits look to be interesting. To me.

Posted by Peter Zapf on 04/24/2019 at 9:49 PM

Re: “Memphis Doctors, Nurses Charged With Illegally Distributing Opioids

cracko,
Again I ask if all drugs are legalized where will the illegal drug dealing economy turn for money?

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Posted by CL Mullins on 04/24/2019 at 6:56 PM

Re: “Memphis Doctors, Nurses Charged With Illegally Distributing Opioids

ALJ2, This is about legal drugs. If illicit drugs were legal and without the need of an rx (read above article), they wouldn't be sold on the street and they would be taxed. I would think a boozer and free enterpriser like yourself would appreciate that.
Funk, I'm sure you've posted on this before, but where do you stand on the legalization of all drugs?

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Posted by crackoamerican on 04/24/2019 at 7:11 AM

Re: “Memphis Doctors, Nurses Charged With Illegally Distributing Opioids

Next week we'll have an article favoring the decriminalization of drug sale and use, or why we should put crack dealers back on the streets.

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Posted by ALJ2 on 04/24/2019 at 5:42 AM

Re: “Fly on the Wall 1573

Yes I was one of those after 40 years of hard work,

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Posted by JDV on 04/23/2019 at 8:47 PM

Re: “Rainbow Lake and the Rainbow Rollerdrome

I work at the rainbow skating ring in the early 60s 62or 63 the old man that own the rainbow ring we called him pop that were I stared do at I work were. They gave out the skate I had back there was a old 45 recorder player and square mikaphone my name is Larry Hensley I am now leaving in El Paso take and have been Dj hear sent 1973 mobile Dj and club I thought I would put that in there because I remember the rainbow skating ring and I know some history of it thank you .

Posted by Larry Hensley on 04/23/2019 at 4:34 PM

Re: “Fly on the Wall 1573

Do not let Alden or m n g get hold of ur company
All they will do is destroy and demolish it to the ground
Laying off employees and closing down tge company just like they did Freds in Memphis

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Posted by Alise Bennett Fox on 04/23/2019 at 12:08 PM

Re: “Memphis Doctors, Nurses Charged With Illegally Distributing Opioids

Nice to see the actual culprits that are out here killing people with dope getting caught instead of getting to abuse their privilege to blame the opioid epidemic on the classes of people who suffer, and not the ones who get rich.

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Posted by FUNKbrs on 04/22/2019 at 3:35 PM

Re: “The Climate Reality Project Comes to Memphis

Thank you for your important work, Vance and Duffy Marie. I think RI needs a chapter...im on it, inspired by you!

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Posted by Mary Pat Ryan on 04/22/2019 at 2:44 PM

Re: “Remember the Merrymobiles

I drove one in Evansville, Indiana the summer of 1965. My boss also owned some pizza joints there. We had some with international motors and some had only battery packs. I ran out of battery more than once. Does anyone know who he was, or Where I can buy one? Bill 785-229-5474.

Posted by Bill Kitterman on 04/22/2019 at 1:53 PM

Re: “Strickland Leads Mayoral Fund-raising Race; TN Lege Rushes to Close

Mr. Wilson has since clarified that those numbers are NOT first quarter totals. Can you please correct? Mr. Poe corrected his 4/15 CA column on 4/17 to remedy this error.

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Posted by Tony de Velasco on 04/22/2019 at 8:58 AM

Re: “Lost in the Weeds: Tennessee Just Says No

I Say Vote The Ones Out That Are The Problem . They Are There To Represent Us The People .

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Posted by Marshall Hazelwood on 04/21/2019 at 1:17 PM

Re: “UPDATE: In Memoriam, Omar Higgins. Local Musicians in Need

RIP, Omar! You will be missed and the void that you will leave will be felt for a very long time!

Posted by Kimberly Vespa on 04/21/2019 at 11:37 AM

Re: “Memphis Doctors, Nurses Charged With Illegally Distributing Opioids

James litton has done nothing but help my family.Very understanding and professional.Never writing more than what was absolutely necessary.Its easy to condemn him for helping pain patients if you know nothing of PAIN

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Posted by Melvin Tracey on 04/20/2019 at 12:58 PM

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