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James Rogers
Husband & father. Apple Fan. LSU Tiger, Memphis Tiger, and Memphis Grizzlies fan for life. Currently the Managing Editor at iPadInsight.
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James Rogers 4h
Replying to @lschmeiser @TWiT and 5 others
Throw Knoxville in there, as well. Geography, music, culture, diversity- all very different between the three. As for recent transplants, there are hoardes of them in Nashville. Not so much in Memphis and Knoxville.
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James Rogers 5h
Replying to @TWiT @lschmeiser and 5 others
Those of us living in and around TN would greatly disagree with you that all of the cities here are the same. They are actually VERY different. And we don’t all tend to get along very well.
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James Rogers 15h
😄 That pesky rise in crime over in utopia- it’s all the poor people’s fault. They’ll all be gone when rising rent from the hordes of hipsters forces them out, right? This guy should be an urban planner.
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James Rogers 15h
That’s funny. LSU’s down years have been better than UT’s good ones for 10 years, so yeah. As for the Grizz, I’m a fan no matter what. And I can tell you for a fact they aren’t going anywhere. As for “Tiger High”, throw stones when UT can beat mighty Vandy again.
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James Rogers 15h
If you talk to people who live here, they will acknowledge there are problems that need to be solved. I’ve never once heard anyone in Nashville do the same other than gripe about the nightmare traffic in 18 years of working there. But they sure like throwing stones to the West.
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James Rogers 15h
It’s also amazing how hypocritical it is for a section of the state that’s also in the top 25 most violent cities in America to brag hard about being lower on the bad list. But Nashville has no issues. No traffic. No crime. We know. Heard it all before many, MANY times.
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James Rogers 15h
Replying to @AskTheFFC @NickMensio
They’re backing the XFL, so that isn’t going to change.
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James Rogers Feb 17
And even Nashville isn’t immure to crime:
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James Rogers Feb 17
Which city had a mayor step down recently?
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James Rogers Feb 17
You can always tell when a person isn’t actually from Nashville. What am I saying. No one is actually from Nashville. Like Austin, it’s just a self-righteous douchbag collection point. Having worked there on and off for 18 years, I know this well.
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James Rogers Feb 17
Nashville hipster doucebag alert. No shortage of those.
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James Rogers Feb 16
Replying to @SainAsylum
It may fail, but why write it off now? So you can be that guy and say you called it first? Will you do the same when 901 FC starts up next month? It’s good to have some more sports in this town.
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James Rogers Feb 16
Replying to @SainAsylum
You sound just like all of the old guard who hated anything new that came to Memphis and never did anything but talk about how bad a city it is and how everything here will fail.
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James Rogers Feb 16
Singletary deserves the criticisms will get for killing any joy and fun related to the Express. Damn. Post 2010 Les Miles ran a more exciting offense than this.
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James Rogers Feb 16
Replying to @JohnMartin929
Offense, yes. The D is actually pretty good. Any defense will wear down with offense like this.
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James Rogers Feb 16
Replying to @MemphisAAF
A joke of a spot. Half his body was over the line and his knee was up when he dove forward on replay from the back side.
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James Rogers Feb 16
The Express defense is LEGIT. They wore down because of the offense last week, but are getting a little more help in this one.
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James Rogers Feb 16
Replying to @Local24Jessica
My best friend was a manager for many years and my wife worked at one in Baton Rouge when we were dating in college. Miss it, too.
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James Rogers Feb 16
Another big defensive play from an honorary LSU Tiger. Cutrer committed, went to JC, tried again, and unfortunately didn’t qualify. Had a nice career at MTSU. Beast of a Safety.
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James Rogers Feb 16
Freak is finally living up to his billing. Never really did so at LSU.
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