Category Archives: Ticked Off

The Ticked Off section keeps the freedom alive by printing anonymous rants submitted by our readers. If there’s anything you need to get off your chest, feel free to submit your own.

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All I wanted was to be left alone to grieve

I have to agree with the comment about courtesy after a tragedy. My husband was shot multiple times on May 2nd at the Exxon across the street from West Harpeth…

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Let’s have controlled growth with Nashville’s residents in mind

You know, putting pineapple on a pizza really doesn’t make it a better pizza, it just makes it different. Some days ago the mayor stated that Nashville was, among other…

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Sick addicted version of Wonkaville

Pardon me for pointing out the big stinking gorilla in the room but we should be insanely ticked off at the drug manufacturers who are fueling the opioid epidemic. They…

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Why the Supreme Court nomination is so important

Some portray anyone who is pro life as uneducated, unsophisticated and someone who is against all woman’s rights. However here in Tennessee and in many other parts of the country,…

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No apologies, no fake history

I am writing in defense of “Rakes over the Coals.” Like it or not, our roadways were designed originally and primarily for automotive vehicles to use. Bicycle riders are very…

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Pothole big enough to host Olympic swimming

At the eastbound intersection of Harding Place and Estes Road (on the shoulder) there is a string of axle intolerant pot holes large enough to host Olympic swimming trials. If…

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Home of the Brave…

From my point of view, I can’t quite understand why so many are upset by the presence of Confederate statues in their towns and cities.  When ever I notice one,…

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This elderly lady packs heat, considered yourself warned

I was driving on Harding Road in Belle Meade and going 40 mph, which is the speed limit, when a car pulled up behind me, began honking, then swerved around…

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Life was good before Obamacare

What was life like before Obamacare? The people that had no insurance were still treated at the hospital and were not turned away. And the ones who had insurance were…

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The “It” city is killing me…

Man, this tremendous growth in and around Nashville is killing me? And, it’s happening not just in the ways you may think. You know the bottle-neck traffic? The high prices…