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Better

The sign at Las Savell makes Memphis a better place.

It's relentlessly positive space, even when the message appears to be trolling a neighboring building that's being demolished.

"Fine quality lasts forever."

Yeah, buddy.

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Satanic Panic

The Christian devil and other demonic forces were on the minds of various Memphis City Council members last week as they fretted over zombie murals painted near the corner of Willett and Lamar.

Distracted by zombies, our elected officials failed to recognize the occult implications of nearby paintings depicting a known Ghostbuster — and what appears to be the terrifying High Point Murder Owl.

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