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Tiger Woods in Denver Blogs: At least he didn't find Jesus Christ

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Three blogs with a little Denver flavor.

John Reidy, one of Colorado's most consistently funny bloggers, takes on the Tiger Woods apology at South Stands Denver, concluding, "At least didn't find Jesus Christ like Fox News jerk Brit Hume suggested." If he had, of course, he probably couldn't have kept his hands off Him.

According to Education News Colorado's Alan Gottlieb, Denver and Aurora both suffer from "remedial shame," because so many students from the districts need help to get ready for college classes. Book 'em, Alan.

The Denver PR blog hypes an event tomorrow at the Denver Press Club: "Bad Press Release Theater." It's guaranteed to be moving. Bowel-moving, that is.

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