What They Said 

About "The Rant" and the Occupy movement:
"The U.S. government wants these protests to grow! Not only that, they want them to spread across the entire country and globe so they can bring in some type of 'global governance.' With the entire globe appearing out of control, this would be the perfect opportunity for them to do this with legislation through the United Nations. Watch! One World Order."

About "Respiratory Disease Outbreak at Memphis Animal Services":
"My pup that was adopted from MAS in late August 2011 had this and it was easily treated, one inexpensive pill in her food each day for one week. Her cough was deep and the running nose was constant and messy, and she fully recovered without any problems. I am glad she got out of MAS before they over-reacted and destroyed her for a treatable condition."

About "Good News From FedEx" and a comment from spokesman Jess Bunn about their SmartPost business "growing like a weed":
"Did I read this right? FedEx's business is growing weed?"
— TennesseeDrew

About "Fly on the Wall" and the woman who saw a vision of a dove in her homemade jelly:
"Not so much a dove as an Easter Peep."

Comment of the Week:
About "Bike Lanes Touch a Nerve at City Council":
"You'd think that Janis Fullilove would be all for bike lanes seeing as how she can't drive a car."

— Scott Banbury


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