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Independent Gubernatorial Candidate Bios Source: Biographies taken from the campaign websites of announced Independent gubernatorial candidates James Reesor and Carl Whitaker. Total word count: 495. Word cloud created using wordle.net

Independent Gubernatorial Candidate Bios Source: Biographies taken from the campaign websites of announced Independent gubernatorial candidates James Reesor and Carl Whitaker. Total word count: 495. Word cloud created using wordle.net

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  • Knoxnews.com Comments Source: 194 comments left between February 28 and March 3 on the Knoxnews.com site under Jamie Satterfield’s story “Judge questions media intent on Web Commentary.” Total word count: 14,261. Word cloud created using wordle.net
  • Independent Gubernatorial Candidate Bios Source: Biographies taken from the campaign websites of announced Independent gubernatorial candidates James Reesor and Carl Whitaker. Total word count: 495. Word cloud created using wordle.net
  • Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Bios Source: Biographies taken from the campaign websites of announced Republican gubernatorial candidates Bill Gibbons, Bill Haslam, Ron Ramsey, and Zach Wamp. Total word count: 2,937. Word cloud created using wordle.net
  • Jack Neely’s Secret History Source: All Secret History columns published in 2009. Total word count: 25,806. Word cloud created using wordle.net
  • Sam Venable Columns Source: All of Sam Venable’s News Sentinel columns published in 2009. Total word count: 45,088. Word cloud created using wordle.net
  • Democrat Gubernatorial Candidate Bios Source: Biographies taken from the campaign websites of announced Democratic gubernatorial candidates Ward Cammack, Roy Herron, Kim McMillan, and Mike McWherter. Total word count: 2,266. (Note: As of this writing, potential Democratic candidate State Sen. Jim Kyle had filed his campaign paperwork with the Tennessee Registry of Election Finance but had neither formally announced nor launched a campaign website.) Word cloud created using wordle.net

Metro Pulse has taken several pieces of local writing and run them through wordle.net. Now you can know that, in the opinion of News Sentinel columnist Sam Venable, the noble bass is a greater fish than the damnable trout, because look, he has used the word “bass” at least one more time than “trout.”

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