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Thinking about last week’s cover, Dirk Arthur’s guarantee and more

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Big miscue Hey, CityLife, did you not get the memo? The third week of November obviously calls for an Albert Watson cover story ... — Mark Adams, listings coordinator

List fatigue Vegas ranks 76th on a new list of most dangerous U.S. cities. This, a month after a website claimed we have three of the 10 most violent ’hoods. The U.S. Conference of Mayors has called for an end to this “premeditated statistical mugging of America’s cities.” Amen. — John P. McDonnall, copy editor

Pop turkey While pondering my Thanksgiving menu between songs during Saturday’s A Perfect Circle concert, it occurred to me that they should put out a cookbook called Mer de Nom Noms. — Allison Duck, web calendar editor

One easy payment Dirk Arthur recently announced that he’s offering a money-back guarantee for guests who aren’t satisfied by his big cat and magic show, Wild Magic. Throw in a free Snuggie and we’re there. — Sarah Feldberg, editor

Parting shot So now Sharron Angle is saying she lost because voters in urban areas “have more of a disconnect” from the issues. Gee, kinda like how Tea Party candidates have more of a disconnect from reality? — Ken Miller, associate editor

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