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Denver Blogs: Brotherhood has its limits

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Our daily tour of the local blogosphere.

The Denver Police say "hell no" to raise delays. Brave, I guess, but how will they feel when officers start losing their jobs? (Square State and 5280)

Those smokey skies? Those are from the wildfires in California. Although if I told you it was medical marijuana, would you believe me? (5280)

Thank God (actually, thank Omar Minaya) for the New York Mets -- Step One in the Rockies' climb to Wild Card glory. (Purple Row)

Meet Dan, a local photog new to Denver, and a guy you'd probably like to meet at a bar. (Denver Egotist)

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