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A Cloud Over Denver August 29, 2013

Posted by geoff in News.
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I missed this last month, but apparently a Denver photographer (Greg Thow) captured this amazing, almost-reminds-you-of-Hiroshima-but-in-a-pretty-way-like-My-Little-Pony, cloud as it loomed over Denver.

Denver Cloud

H/T to The Atlantic Cities

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1. Retired Geezer - August 29, 2013

lol @ my little pony cloud. Yes it is pretty spectacular.

*geezer gazes at the Mt. St. Helens photo, purchased from Harrison.

2. geoff - August 29, 2013

Had to put this up else I’d have been wasting time mocking one of those many, many utterly ridiculous Slate articles. I don’t want to give them the time or attention, but it’s so very hard to resist.

thirdnews - August 29, 2013

…the first step was to admit “I am weak”😉

3. geoff - August 29, 2013

Fortunately Ace stepped up, as did Ed Morrissey (talk about punching down).

4. daveintexas - August 29, 2013

Punching down. It’s almost like me, a nobody co-blogger on a blog poking fun at Ed Schultz, who has an actual televised program on MSNBC with a couple hundred thousand viewers. Also, it’s television. Did I mention that part?

5. geoff - August 29, 2013

with a couple hundred thousand viewers

Seemed like another number slipped in there somehow.

6. geoff - August 29, 2013

But unlike your case, where Schultz was punching down media-wise, but definitely up intellectually, Ace and Morrissey are punching way down intellectually, and kind of horizontally, media-wise.

7. daveintexas - August 30, 2013

this media thing confuses me especially when I’m the only writer on a proposal


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