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Denver Stiffs' Nate Timmons makes note of Renaldo Balkman sightings during the Nuggets' evisceration of the Raptors last night -- including some in the first half! What the hell?

The folks at Coyote Gulch reports: Thanks to a decision by the Colorado Water Conservation Board, "there will soon be more water for the fish who call the Roaring Fork River basin home." Betcha they're relieved.

5280's Michael de Yoanna shares TMZ video of Balloon Boy dad Richard Heene sharing sushi with ABC reps in New York City. Change the channel now! Before it's too late!

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