Give them time. The best chefs are often not the best business people, and I have definitely found this to be true with Serranos.
Complete idiots. The Springs is going to blow the foundation's entire endowment.
What a missed opportunity for CSU and Colorado Springs. All that El Paso County land will go for energy production for Denver Metro when CSU could have put Colorado Springs on the map as one of the nation's greenest energy cities (and actually retired Drake).
Campbell's right. This has nothing to do with the first amendment. The NBA is a private organization. Try walking into your employer's conference room during a meeting and yelling "f**k off" and see how far your first amendment gets you. It is true that how Sterling was taped would be inadmissible in a California court. But again the NBA is not the judicial system, and I don't think really cares how it was obtained. I'm sure there will be plenty of lawsuits yet to come, but in the end Sterling is bound by contractural agreement.
Dobson. Bruce. Nolozino. Bircham. Malkin. Klingenschmitt. Newsflash Colorado Springs: Want to be taken seriously? Stop highlighting batsh*t crazy. Nobody's asking you to swing left. Just step away from the cliff.
Life ... get one.
Interesting comment, Mr. K. I've long considered the powers that be in the Springs to be self-serving opportunists in conservative clothing. Consider, for example, the good "limited government" game they talk, while presiding over the most federally dependent city in the nation. They'll gladly cut everybody else's programs ... Just don't touch theirs. This egotism presents a major impediment to good governance because in reality, far too many of the participants are not in it to serve the greater good, but to build their reputations. True collaboration requires a true willingness to press the pause button on our own self-interests long enough to fully and openly listen to, and consider another's views. Is that ever in play in the Springs?
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