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About "Knowledge Bowl: Ridgeway Roadrunners vs. Overton Wolverines" :

"Another swing and a miss by teams fueled entirely by girl power. Too bad, because KB should be an equal opportunity pursuit. Perhaps the ladies have better things to do than know about Mobius strips and Copiah County?" — With The Underhills

About "Animal Shelter to Close for Employee Retraining":

"I just don't think this is a training issue. This is an attitude issue, as in, the people down there don't give a damn. Three days of training isn't going to give them a damn. They need to be out looking for new jobs, and we can spend three days training, not retraining, some people who actually give a damn about the animals in their care." — jeff

About "Changing of the Guard":

Downtown Memphis has come a long way under Jeff's stewardship. While it may take time-lapse photography to dramatically demonstrate that fact, there is little question that he, together with the Belzes and Henry Turley, are responsible for rejuvenating the city's epicenter." — AliasElias

About "Memphis Tigers Streaking in C-USA," by Frank Murtaugh:

"When I saw that headline, I thought they were playing in the nude. Much as our Spartan forebearers did." — jeff

Comment of the Week:

About "You Said It," our list of the best comments from 2009:

"This is a travesty. It is like when an old guy dies with a lot of money. He can't figure out which family member deserves it most, so he leaves it all to his dog."

— 38103

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