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Reader: Illegal Pete's Name Controversy Proves Fort Collins Has Its Head Up Its Ass

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A Denver Blogs post about the Illegal Pete's name controversy raging in Fort Collins found loads o' readers sharing their thoughts. Here's how one person from FoCo responded to a question about whether he found the name to be offensive.

See also: Are You Offended by the Name of Illegal Pete's?

Blue Bradley writes:

Only if it gets him deported. I apologize for our town. Fort Collins has its head up its ass.

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

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