What They Said 

About "Q & A With Frankie Dakin" (the 19-year-old Millington city alderman):
"Wasn't this guy on The Bachelor?"— tomguleff

About "Design Plans Unveiled for Overton Park Playground":
"What if somebody drops their kid in the dog park and their dog in the kid park?" — cdel

About "D.O.A. for Lipscomb Project" and the proposed Heritage Trail:
"This is nothing more than a land grab for the young, white and black professionals, who want to live close to downtown. They want to squeeze the original residents out and make a comfortable zone for the above-average young professionals who would like to have downtown as their playpen." — oldtimeplayer

About "Disappearing Ink" and the fate of newspaper political cartoonists:
"The Ungoverned have formed a vast conspiracy to destroy local editorial cartoons (and eventually turn newspapers into advertising-only rags) so that they can get away with anything they like on a local level. That's what the voices told me." — Eron Tibbs

About "Tiger Football Home/Away Schedule for 2013":
"Boise State is already a 75-point favorite." — lfine

Comment of the Week:
About "2012: The Hottest Year on Record for the U.S.":
"No problem. I will just put my trailer up on a couple extra cinder blocks and buy myself a gondola." — GroveReb84

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