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December 23, 2006

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Living some 1,000+ feet above Denver, I feel I ought to object to this in principle.

Tancredo represents me in Washington.

I don't know how this happened, because the people living around me seem perfectly normal.

It may be the thin air. Which would explain too why I hyperventilate about the Republican Party.

There are parts of New Mexico which are very much like a different country. I just don't understand why that would be considered a bad thing.

I'm with Lily. I mean, if it weren't for places like Miami, you'd need a passport to escape being stuck in Denver.

There are parts of New Mexico which are very much like a different country. I just don't understand why that would be considered a bad thing.

I remember once telling someone I was planning a trip to Quebec City.

Her: "Oh. It's great. Have you ever been there before?"

Me: "No."

Her: "You'll love it. You'll think you're in another country."

Me: [silence]

That reminds me of a political button I saw back in the 1980s while visiting Canada: "Canada, 51st state; Mulrooney for Governor"

"More Evidence That The Air Is Thin In Denver"

What are you implying about me, Andrew, and Thullen, Von?

(And surely we make it clear that everyone around here thinks alike.)

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