Brandon Marshall in Denver Blogs: Does getting married in Denver mean he loves the Mile High City, too?

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Ian Henson at Bronco Talk thinks Brandon Marshall may have chosen to get married in Denver because "subconsciously he feels that he's not going anywhere." Well, he did put a ring on it...

Over at 5280, Michael de Yoanna wonders if Leadville's Jamie Paulin-Ramirez might be an example of a trend toward "jihadi wannabes." Catchy name, anyhow.

WhoSaidYouSaid.com debuts a new video in which Mayor Chick (read: Hick) and Senator Bunny (read: Bennet) are eaten by a dog. True, the mayor and the senator are cookies -- but it's still gruesome!

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