I'm not sure what our Governor Jared Polis was thinking offering up our state as refuge for Disney and Twitter. I understand trying to show support for Disney standing up for LGBTQ rights, but inviting Mickey to our environmental hell hole isn't going to solve their problems or ours. Maybe when you have money coming out of your ears, you don't listen very well, but play a good game during the election years.
|Trouble in the air, indeed. Nevermind all the waivers we keep having to get from the EPA, which they have said we cannot do anymore. Short memory?
Is the addition of Twitter to show support for a "Pay to Play" existence, or is this like when people in the government write a bill and sneak in all sorts of dirty stuff? If we give the Moms and kids Mickey, will they be too distracted to notice the oligarch building an Imperialist corporate empire in our back yards? I did really enjoy my cruise, and I think they put on a great show, but what does this mean for small artists? And does our climate really support year-round adventure park tourism? The 300 days of sunshine a year is a bit of a... well, not really a lie, but it is misleading.
|What you'll find at our front door.
|Feels like a metaphor for our world leadership. I bet the guy is still legislating and driving, too... watch out for 'those people!' "Shut up, Marge! I gotta sign this pipeline deal!"
|Fishy, fishy. Still, Appalachia, the Deep South, and the "Far West" which includes Colorado, far outpace other parts of the country for suicide.