Daily Archives: September 13, 2013

Drudge At It Again

The image below is the current view of Boulder Creek outside the Boulder library. Note the happy face in the sand, and the people enjoying watching the water on the foot bridge. Boulder Creek Camera Does this look like a … Continue reading

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Why Does Boulder Have Boulders?

Some of my fondest memories of the kids when they were small, was them playing on the boulders in Boulder Creek outside the Boulder library How did those massive rounded rocks get there? Countless floods over the eons have come … Continue reading

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Shock News : Obama Lied About Being A Supporter Of Coal

Last autumn, Obama was worried that he would lose Ohio and Pennsylvania. So he lied to the people of those states, and then stabbed them in the back right after the election. (The 104% vote for Obama in Philadelphia helped … Continue reading

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100 New Green Jobs For Colorado

Oil industry manufacturer to hire 100 in Loveland LOVELAND — A company capitalizing on the oil and gas industry boom is looking for 100 new workers, soon, for its Loveland facility. Brighton-based Leed Fabrication Services, which opened a production facility … Continue reading

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New Mexico Permanent Drought Update

Five weeks ago, the morons at the LA Times warned that New Mexico would never recover from the drought. As an extended drought bakes the West, nowhere are ravages of changes in the climate worse than in New Mexico. Aug. … Continue reading

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The Emperor’s New Flood Gauge

There must be federal money to be had in a big flood, because the flood information being released by the City of Fort Collins is utter nonsense. According to the National Weather Service, the Poudre reached 14.56 feet — nearly … Continue reading

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Andrew Freedman Ramps The BS Up By An Order Of Magnitude

The Boulder, Colo. area is reeling after being inundated by record rainfall, with more than half a year’s worth of rain falling over the past three days. During those three days, 24-hour rainfall totals of between 8 and 10 inches across … Continue reading

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