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About "In Search of Good Americans in the Justice Department," by John Branston:

"Good Americans are easy to find. Good American lawyers? Now, you've gone too far!" — tomguleff

"About 'Dirk Diggler,' Larry Godwin, and the First Amendment," by John Branston:

"I'm not surprised to see a columnist argue against bloggers! There's a difference between journalism and being a columnist. It has to do with navel fur." — denise parkinson

About "Cooper Now Says Eatery To Be 'Ocean Club' but Cordova Activists Remain Suspicious," by Andrew Douglas:

"Cordova's already well on its way to becoming Hickory Hell North anyway, what difference does it make?" — packrat

Comment of the Week:

About "Fish, the Lord, N/A? Take the Pyramid Poll," where we asked what would be the best use of the Pyramid:

"Personally, I think that they should paint a giant portrait of Mayor Herenton on all four sides of the Pyramid. But that's just me." — kyle

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