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Written on Restaurant Report: The Market House at Jackson Square:

We saw this restaurant in the "Yummy" section of Metro Pulse. The food was less than yummy. We spent $75 for 4 people and three of us had hamburgers. The buns were harder than bread that was a week old. My husband ordered the fish on the menu. It was not fully cooked. The sides were unusual, not ones commonly found. The potatoes had lumps as big as your thumb. We tried the fried green tomatoes. The tomatoes were not cooked enough that you could chew them. Two times I had to spit bites out because I could not chew the tomatoes enough to swallow them. The seasoning on the tomatoes and the dipping sauce were very bad. Most of the items on the menu online were not on the menu in the restaurant. If this is the best Anderson County has to offer, you need to travel to Blount County. We came to visit you and left with a bad taste in our mouths.

Written on Electoral Electricity: Surveying the Tightly Contested Races in the Republican Primary:

I was reading about the candidates in the District 89 election. There is a terrible mistake about the amount of money that Joey McCulley has had in his account. Anyone would know that the signs alone would cost more than the $800 reported that he has as contributions. If you look at the report of all 4 candidates @ TN.gov, you will see that Joey was the only one to file a first report. The "reporter" in the article failed to mention the money he loaned his campaign, that was reported in the first report. When I spoke with her, she said everyone knew it was the second report. It does not say that anywhere but in the section on District 13. I think it was an attempt to make McCulley look like he is not a formidable candidate. All total, with loaning his campaign money and contributions, he has had over $9,000 in his account. I believe this is a case of Figures don't lie, but liars figure.

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