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1 ProTARDISLiberal  Sat, Sep 14, 2013 4:52:56pm

Back home, no damage here. That is all in the south end of Colorado Springs.

Friend in Fort Collins is also okay with no damage. But we can’t reach each other physically. The South Platte seems to have left its banks.

2 ProTARDISLiberal  Sat, Sep 14, 2013 4:54:16pm

Also, note where that Katrina-esque picture comes from Greeley.

You know, the place that wants to secede from Colorado? The support for that is about to evaporate.

3 teleskiguy  Sat, Sep 14, 2013 8:28:00pm

re: #2 ProTARDISLiberal

Also, note where that Katrina-esque picture comes from Greeley.

You know, the place that wants to secede from Colorado? The support for that is about to evaporate.

I couldn’t help but think this myself. This redneck contingent gets all huffy-puffy wanting to goddamn secede from the Union for guns and unfettered underground energy exploration. Now the shit has hit the fan and National Guard helicopters are helping people and the Feds send all kinds of aid.

We’re gonna need aid. The roads east of Estes Park are destroyed in a lot of places.


I wish all those in the foothills and all those in wannabe “North Colorado” health and safety in this trying time.


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