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Reader: There Is More Meat in the Comments Than Your Paper-Thin Analysis

Who would have thought that bottomless mimosa brunches would get so big in Denver? And who would have thought that our list of the ten best bottomless mimosa brunches would inspire not just lots of reservations for this post-Thanksgiving weekend, but more than a hundred comments? Including this doozy....

See also: The Ten Best Bottomless Mimosas in Denver

Says dwmueller72:

The rent is too high and we have hamburgers and mimosas in the little cowtown. Wow, we are all grownups, Denver. Stupid article after stupid article. It's not even an article -- it's someone's hungover, fleeting thought while sitting on the pot desperate for an original idea to seem interesting and pawn it off as journalism. Slap a pic down, write a one-sentence attempt at stimulating prose, upload it to Facebook and find there is more meat in the comments than the continuously paper-thin retarded analysis of things that are often just some hipster dufus' opinion.
And a happy Thanksgiving to you, too. Grabbing a bottle of cheap champagne and a quart of orange juice could be just the thing to get the holiday off to a good start.

The Cafe Society staff will be off on Thanksgiving, but back on Friday with many more hipster dufus opinions...

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