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Denver Blogs: Without Chauncey Billups, the Nuggets blow

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Denver Stiffs's Andrew Feinstein breaks down the good, bad and ugly of the Nuggets' 2009-2010 season's first half, noting that without Chauncey Billups, the team is "rudderless." Hope it's clear sailing from here.

The Colorado Independent's Joseph Boven writes that KHOW's Peter Boyles "agreed with a caller that the National Guard NFL playoff TV advertisements in Spanish were designed to attract illegal immigrants as part of a plot hatched by 'globalists' that would somehow undermine the United States." Like we didn't know that already.

According to Coyote Gulch (via the Aspen Times), the current snowpack is making some water providers nervous. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.

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