Appreciation For Food
Wasn’t expecting something like that in my local foodie surfing [“Dropping Knowledge Like Hot Biscuits”]. And I don’t mean that in the elitist way it probably comes across. I was just looking for new places to try and things to do and suddenly had some knowledge dropped on me.
Editor’s note: Mike McJunkin’s new Sushi & Biscuits column now appears each week in The Pulse. Extended columns appear every week on chattanoogapulse.com.
Appreciation For John Hiatt
Most of my friends and family have never even heard of Mr. Hiatt [“John Hiatt: The Road Goes On Forever”]. I have been listening to him for only 25 years, but knew some of his songs before I knew of him. He continues to amaze me with his perception on human nature and unique way of turning a phrase. He is number one on my list of great American songwriters and no one can perform his songs quite like he can.
No Appreciation For Alex Teach
The Occupy Chattanooga movement would like to respectfully express our feeling of gross misrepresentation in Officer Teach’s columns. We in no way seek trouble or arrest as was stated in the recent column. In addition, the proposal to legalize marijuana was removed from our list of demands three weeks ago and while it was mentioned by Officer Teach several times over the course of one of his recent columns, is not an accurate representation of the desires of Occupy Chattanooga. We wish to remind the readers of The Pulse that Officer Teach’s opinions are his own and do not necessarily represent the opinion of the Chattanooga Police Department, which we have had excellent and genial relations with. Our movement has been, and continues to be peaceful and respectful of everyone, including those who disagree with us.
Occupy Chattanooga Media Group
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