Wednesday's slightly awkward Twitter Townhall (twownhall?) with President Barack Obama and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey touched on serious issues (reducing the deficit, tax breaks for veterans and health care) and went off without any real hitches. Even the president corrected himself immediately after calling it "Internets." Yet, these Colorado-based questions went unanswered. Here are our favorite local queries for Obama.
MMJ > Starbucks:
Greek columns at DNC?
Do you think you can get your deposit back on those faux Greek Columns you used at the Democratic Convention in Denver? #askobama
Obama, how is your algebra?
2 trains leave Denver traveling in opposite directions. One's going 40mph, the other 41mph. How far apart are they after 36 days? #askobama
Underground Safehouse, where is it and who gets in?
OK, we'll end on a serious one:
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