These three Denver blog posts should keep you busy for a few minutes, anyway.
Roundball Mining Company's Jeremy considers the repercussions of Carmelo Anthony's long-delayed public admission that he feels it's time for a change. He wonders if locker-room tensions could turn the mood ugly.
A Colorado Pols survey suggests that anti-tax measures and the personhood amendment are in big trouble.
Mile High Mamas' Gretchen declares that the scariest thing about Halloween decorations is that they exist at all. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
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