Fly on the Wall 

Boner pills, Elvis, and sign hacks

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Marketing is tricky business. For example, what's the best way to identify and brand a sketchy dietary supplement deemed unsafe by the FDA because it contains sildenafil and can potentially interact with nitrates to create a sudden and dangerous drop in blood pressure? Should they be called "Boner Pills?"  Or "Longfellows?" Or maybe "Bro Grow?"

The Downtown Shell seems to be taking a daring yet clinical approach with "Male Sexual Medicine."

Neverending Elvis

Memphis should consider eBay. In light of the city's economic woes and the fact that everything Elvis Presley ever touched sells for a ridiculous sum of money, it's clearly the right thing to do. Just this week, Jim and Ellen Jenkins sold their broken Ebner Musical 5v Luxus record player for $6,000. The Ebner Musical 5v Luxus, valued at $3,000, was a wedding present from the King who, on one occasion, used it as an amplifier for his guitar.

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According to new data from the FBI, Tennessee is America's most

dangerous state. It's probably time to cash in with a reality show.

Simple Sign Hacks

What's better than a crosswalk on a busy street? A crosswalk for hula hoopers, obviously. This one is at Madison and Tucker by the Midtown Huey's.

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