Bree Davies lives in what's called "Little Mexico" according to the Judgmental Denver map, but she thinks the area known as "Loose Chihuahuas" should extend all the way up into her part of the city. And she'd also like to add "Giant Pit Bulls In Dirt Yards With Tiny Fences" to that description.
Everyone who's looked at the Judgmental Denver map has some suggestions for how it could be improved/extended.
See also - Judgmental Denver map: choose your own gentrification adventure - Here, transplants, have Denver: It's all yours (except for Hooters) - From a Colorado native to a transplant: Your altitude problem is my attitude problem
Donkay Hotay added his on take on Colfax:
Funny ... but true.
The hard-scrabble reality of Coldfacts Ave. ... west to east
West of I-25 = Hispanic Homeless Crackhead / Tweaker / Junkie Hookers East of Broadway = White-Trash Homeless Insane Crackhead / Junkie Hookers East of Monaco = Black Homeless Crackhead Hookers
How accurate is the Judgmental Denver map? Post your thoughts below, and watch for an interview with its creator on Show and Tell.
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