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Denver Blogs: Avs fan gets screwed over by Comcast, DirecTV -- except he doesn't use the word "screwed"

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An inspired rant by Mile High Hockey's David Driscoll-Carignan, who won't be able to watch tonight's Avs game at home despite buying a pricey hockey package because "the buffoons who run DirecTV and the pinheads who run Comcast still believe that the only way to resolve a difficult contract negotiation is to fuck over the fans." How do you really feel, David?

Colorado Pols wonders if Andrew Romanoff's senatorial campaign is under the radar or barely ON the radar. Blip, blip, blip...

Ken at the Denver Infill blog previews the Student Success Building on the Auraria campus. Hope it doesn't get an incomplete.

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