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The 10 most popular Latest Word stories of 2009

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It's about damn time this year ended. But before it does, we're taking a look back at your favorite stories of 2009. Here, the ten most popular Latest Word stories of 2009. 10. Mason Tvert bamboozles his way onto the Amazon bestseller list 9. CU Chancellor, obviously high, sends students finger-wagging e-mail about staying clean on 4/20 8. Five things you shouldn't be able to buy online, but can 7. Urine trouble for Denver CARES

6. Shmuck of the Week: The creep who wants to open a topless coffee shop in Boulder

5. Inside Denver's "Pit Bull Row" 4. When Furries Attack: The Furry Convention descends on downtown Denver 3. Prom, ganja and the smell test 2. Leaked: photos of pit bulls killed due to Denver ban 1. Shmucks of the Week: The threesome from hell

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