Reader: If a bear shits in the woods, what would "Mustang" do?

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Sometime this weekend, a prankster added a new element to "I See What You Mean," the sculpture outside the Colorado Convention Center. Suddenly, the Big Blue Bear had taken a big blue dump.

And one good turn definitely deserves another.

Says Renna Shesso:

OK, you just re-sparked my fantasy of repositioning John McEnroe's "National Velvet" behind Luis Jiménez's "Mustang."

"National Velvet," of course, is the bulbous, glowing red sculpture at the end of the 16th Street Pedestrian Bridge that we named Saggy Boob Electric Penis. Calling Dr. Photoshop!

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