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Tweet goes terribly awry

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State Sen. David Schultheis, R-Colorado Springs, is a real piece of work...

Fort Hood blame game

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Maj. Nidal Malik was known in certain circles to say inflammatory things that made even fellow Muslims uncomfortable. He was also known to have contacted an imam overseas who is considered hostile to the United States. The FBI and other U.S. intelligence agencies had...

Astrology | Week of Nov. 12, 2009

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ARIES March 21-April 19: A whitewash happens when you use deceit to cover up the messy facts about a situation. A blackwash is just the opposite: It’s when you invoke candor as you reveal complications that have previously been veiled. According to my analysis of the...

Pot prohibition?

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It’s been about a month since every single candidate for Boulder City Council, including three incumbents, told the Boulder Weekly in an election Q&A that they would oppose banning medical marijuana dispensaries in the city...

Astrology | Week of Nov. 5, 2009

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ARIES March 21-April 19: There was a time when wetlands were considered dismal and unproductive. At best they were thought to be a waste of space, and at worst stinky breeding grounds for insect pests. For more than 200 years, many marshes, bogs and swamps were ...

Southern ‘justice’

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How about that justice of the peace in southeastern Louisiana who recently refused to marry an interracial couple...

Astrology | Week of Oct. 29, 2009

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ARIES March 21-April 19: You may be as flooded with briny emotion as a Pisces on a meandering binge. You might be as embedded in a labyrinth of your own creation as the Geminis who verge on being too clever for their own good. You may be as cagey a listener as a ...

Pythons, boas and anacondas, oh my!

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A new report from the U.S. Geological Survey warns that populations of “giant invasive snakes” have gained ground in the United States and pose a serious threat...

Astrology | Week of Oct. 22, 2009

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ARIES March 21-April 19: “The clouds are the most fertile part of the sky,” writes Guy Murchie in his book The Seven Mysteries of Life. Microbes with short life cycles live there in abundance, “eating, breathing, excreting, floating, swimming, competing, reproducing...

Money can’t buy you God

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On Thursday, Oct. 8, more than 60 people crawled into a "sweat lodge" seeking the enlightenment promised by New Age guru James Ray, co-author of The Secret and self-proclaimed personal development expert. Two hours later, two people in the prime of their lives were ...

Mall Crawl gets cop call

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Alright, despite the gag order, let's talk again about the Mall Crawl, Boulder's infamous Halloween celebration that took place on the Pearl Street Mall for the better part of the '80s...