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Denver Blogs: Woody Paige vs. Bronco Talk

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These are some Denver-centric blogs we enjoyed reading today.

Bronco Talk's Kyle Montgomery notes that the Post's Woody Paige dismissed him as "some kid in Arizona who is a Broncos fan and writes a blog, without proper grammar or punctuation or understanding, from his mom's laundry room." Of course, Woody's the one who thought starting Chris Simms was a good idea...

According to the Colorado Independent's John Tomasic, Fox News fave Michelle Malkin enjoyed a Diana DeGette misquote more than what the congresswoman actually said. Which is understandable.

Over at Purple Row, Rox Girl shares more Jim Tracy tributes. How long is it until spring training?

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