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We went and harpooned us some links from local blogs, as we do every day. Send anything you spear to joe.tone@westword.com.

No idea what the Sportaccord is, but some important people seem to think it's important. And Denver's hosting! (Denver Business Journal, via 5280).

Ken Salazar was slightly disingenuous in a recent press conference when... wait, Ken Salazar owns a Dairy Queen? How 'bout a free Blizzard, Senator? (Face the State)

Ritter shuts down Bush's Colorado "roadless rule," which is good, because everyone seems to think it would suck. (Colorado Independent)

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