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About "Square Squabble" and the ongoing debate about Overton Square development, by Chris Davis:

"The facade at the new Chick-Fil-A is what makes Midtown more cool than the rest of city. As for Overton Square ... the south side of Madison definitely needs to be invested in, but invested in and razed are two different things entirely." — mad merc

About "Memphis Tigers 92, Tennessee Tech 59," by Frank Murtaugh:

"Could it be? That getting rid of Coach Cal was an UPGRADE? Hope Kentucky goes 15-18, or thereabouts. No hard feelings, Cal. You just deserve it!"

Tennessee Waltzer

About "Radical Gay Anarchist Group Denies Billboard Destruction," by Bianca Phillips:

"Reading that website was like drinking a week-old bottle of someone else's vomit. Please don't ever link to anything like that ever again." — autoegocrat

About "When Sports Is Better Than Sex," by John Branston:

"Can you write about curling next? The 99.9999 percent of Memphians who have never played it, or seen it played, are dying from anticipation." — 38103

Comment of the Week:

About "Chicago BBQ Better Than Memphis BBQ?" by Susan Ellis:

"Chicago!?! How incredibly bizarre. It's like discovering Burl Ives was an atheist." — Phlo

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