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Denver Blogs: Brad Miller almost (but doesn't quite) rip out the Nuggets' heart

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Denver Stiffs' Andrew Feinstein was at Chicago's United Center last night to watch the Bulls come within a nanosecond of stealing a game from the Nuggets. Suck it, Brad Miller.

Square State's Zappatero thinks Betsy Markey's "no" vote on the healthcare bill was a strategic move that will blow up in her face. Hope the deductible's not too high.

Meanwhile, is Tom Tancredo running for governor or not? Both Colorado Pols and Rocky Mountain Right think he might be. What say you, Tommy?

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