Ty Lawson in Denver Blogs: Injured thumb doesn't stop him from tweeting

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Denver blog-trolling made easy.

Nate Timmons at Denver Stiffs reports that even though Nuggets super-rookie Ty Lawson injured his thumb yesterday, that hasn't stopped him from tweeting. Thank goodness for that.

Former Rocky Mountain News media critic Jason Salzman, writing at BigMedia.org, thinks that the Denver Post is giving Republican senatorial hopeful Jane Norton a free ride. Sounds dirty.

Mile High Mamas guest blogger Gwen is trying not to be too ready for the arrival of her second child. Second time's the charm.

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