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Denver no longer has to wonder: What Would Molly Brown Tweet?

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Historical Tweets, a website that imagines what historical figures -- from George Washington to Urkel -- would have tweeted on Twitter, recently waded into familiar territory with the above offering between El Capitano and Denver's Molly Brown.

So one burning question has been answered. But here's another: What Would DIA's Blue Mustang Tweet? Those seeking clues can check out Joel Warner's blog "DIA Promo Photo Kicks Ass of All Other Airport Promo Photos" and Jared Jacang Maher's blog "Don't Mess with El Mesteno! An Impassioned Defense of DIA's Freaky Blue Demon Horse of Death." And you can also visit Westword's Twitter feed, at twitter.com/denverwestword. If you are so inclined.

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