What They Said 

Comments from memphisflyer.com

About "SCS, MCS Boards Take First Step Towards Unity":

"As soon as the last 'i' is dotted and the last 't' is crossed, the old SCS towns will be leaving for their own municipal districts. They don't want unity with the worst school district in the state." — uhoh

About "Touristotropolis: Bass Pro's Pyramid Deal":

"Wow, those are some awesome visuals. They look like they were done in Second Life. Can we add some dancing crappies and maybe a Bill Dance Jesus dropping a spinner bait from on high?" — jeff

About "The Three-Lane Option" and bike lanes on Madison:

"See, that's just one of the great things about the proposal for Madison Avenue: It eliminates the possibility of getting stuck behind a cyclist." — M_Awesomeberg

About "Three Go Free" and the West Memphis Three case:

"I am excited that the WM3 are out. I am disguested by how it went down. ... Anyone with half a brain and capable of comprehending comic books understands that Arkansas ... is blackmailing these innocent men!" — Disgusted American

Comment of the Week:

About "Green Light" and the city's plan to coordinate traffic signals:

"It will also do your laundry, cut the grass, help the kids with their homework, look for a cure to cancer, end world hunger, and finally bring about world peace." — barf


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