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Re: “Letter from the Editor

Don't forget to top off your life insurance before boating in that area. John calls it an "eddy in the river". I call it a deceptively calm river monster, hungry for mortal souls.

Slide me some grant money and I'll get started on the net-cannons and winches, or maybe a "roomba on the river" ;)

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Posted by cr33 on 03/07/2013 at 1:13 PM

Re: “The Rant

I hardly ever agree with you Randy, but I'm on board with most of this. The guy was complex. Evil, ruthless - and yet by the end of the war seemed to be seeking redemption, or at least atonement.

Of course the city can name parks whatever the hell they want, but "Health Sciences Park"? WTF.

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Posted by cr33 on 02/28/2013 at 3:17 PM

Re: “Poll Shows Tennesseans Want Wine Sales in Grocery Stores

(but if the OT wine was also weak, it leads to some interesting questions about Lot ;)

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Posted by cr33 on 02/08/2013 at 1:21 PM

Re: “Poll Shows Tennesseans Want Wine Sales in Grocery Stores

Ahh. So the Old Testament wine is like the Old Testament god: a real ball-buster. Conversely, the New Testament wine is mellow and forgiving, like Jesus. Glad you cleared that one up ;)

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Posted by cr33 on 02/08/2013 at 1:17 PM

Re: “Poll Shows Tennesseans Want Wine Sales in Grocery Stores

Hmm. People who profess to worship a fellow that could turn water into wine as a party trick, and who are supposedly, rabidly small-guvmint actually support *regulation* of of wine sales? Le gasp!

Seriously - why not add more wacky psuedo-religious laws governing alcohol? eg, selling mead in grocery stores is legal, but only on the days of the week named after Norse gods. Makes about as much sense as anything else on the law books...

(fun fact: under that mead scenario it would be legal 3 if not 4 days per week ;)

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Posted by cr33 on 02/08/2013 at 11:49 AM

Re: “The Genius of Stacey Campfield

Careful. The Campfields of the world (aka "ass hats") are incapable of understanding satire. Kinda similar to how instead of viewing '1984' as a cautionary tale, they seem to treat it as an instruction manual.

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Posted by cr33 on 01/30/2013 at 12:37 PM

Re: “Campfield's Solution for Kids Who Fail School: Starve Them

if (TN_Legislature + national_coverage != "cringeworthy"):
just_wait()

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Posted by cr33 on 01/24/2013 at 6:25 PM

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