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About "Arkansas Girl Allowed to Wear Tuxedo for Yearbook Photo":

"So what if someone wants to dress as a cowboy or whatever they identify themselves with — let them! It's about who they are that counts, not who the school wants everyone to believe they are!" — stuilluniqueslk

About "Scanning, Groping, and Common Sense" and airport security measures:

"How about this? Put some damned police or security actually ON THE PLANE, while it is flying. All the attempts we hear about, it is the passengers who stopped it. They screen us, then lock us in a metal tube, and hope for the best." — Tom Joad

About "C-USA Picks: UAB Over

Memphis":

"If a team goes 1-10 and no one is there to report it, does it happen?"

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Comment of the Week:

About "The World's Biggest Man Cave" and the proposed development of the Pyramid":

"With the Bass Pro Super Store Attraction MegaMall Pyramid we are on our way to becoming the world capital of kitsch!" — benpope

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