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Fitz Dearmore: The age of Momentum!

I'm trying to remember, was there any outrage over FedEx Logistics moving to the former »

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FUNKbrs: Welcome to Strickland's Memphis, where the rich get welfare, and poor get potholes.

Sometimes I think the reason »

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mejjep: And the city has heard this story of promised jobs, etc., how many times before with rather disappointing results? And »

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Randal Toma: Thanks crackoamerican, but I was asking brucev, who made the claim.
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