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Re: “Mr. and Miss Gay Colorado Springs Pageant

Will the festivities be followed by one of Club Q's orgy parties? Oh, I guess not...they discriminate -- guys only. Sorry ladies.

"The orgy party last Monday was HUGE. Yes - litterally! ;-) At last count there were about 30 guys in attendance and everyone had a great time. Without going into any details - it was an orgy in the truest sense of the word. AWESOME!

For those of you that have never been, here’s how it works. Since this is a private event hosted by GO USA (gay orgy USA), you don’t need a membership. The doors open at 8:00pm and close at 8:30. This way everybodies in the cluband ready to have fun without being interrupted by late cummers! It is B.Y.O.B. - GO USA provides cups, ice and mixers. It is 100% discreet and no need to be concerned.

Bring some extra cash with you...we carry different types of lubes and toys..."

Posted by Spydra 1 on 07/03/2016 at 6:56 AM

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Re: “Baby's death highlights requirements, or lack thereof, for death investigations

"King is nagged by guilt and uncertainty. 'I feel bad,' King says, suppressing tears, 'because I made the decision to take him to the hospital. I have to live with that guilt.'"

Mr. King, I know your pain - many parents feel rue and regret after having taken their child to Children's.

I have written extensively on my blog about what happened to our family after things got botched at Children's Hospital/Memorial. I'm glad the King story has garnered media attention. The only way to ease the guilt and pain is for parents to tell their children's stories, and make their voices heard.

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Posted by Spydra 1 on 06/14/2017 at 11:11 AM

Re: “Being Olympic City USA: It's more than just a museum

Indeed.

Taxpayers curious to know more about the Olympic museum and Frank Aries are advised to research it -- my blog has lots of information about it.

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Posted by Spydra 1 on 06/14/2017 at 9:42 AM

Re: “Baby's death highlights requirements, or lack thereof, for death investigations

Interesting that this story ran in the same issue as "The 'teachers' in this lab are dead." (https://www.csindy.com/coloradosprings/the… 6/14/2017)

Think about the "teaching hospital" that is UCH/Children's Hospital: doctors-in-training, *practicing* on pediatric patients...and burying their mistakes. There are MANY questionable instances at this hospital, enough to fill a book; kudos to Pam for shining a light on this single chapter.

I'd like to know more about the gastrointestinal fundoplication procedure, and why it was deemed a reasonable approach to treating what was presenting itself as a type of breathing disorder/apnea.

I'd like to know more about the big pharma-funded clinical research studies occurring at UCH/Children's -- how many medical experimental procedures are being performed, and are parents truly giving their fully-informed consent?

I'd like to know more about UCH's $35M taxpayer-funded EPIC records system -- how's that workin' out for them? (https://www.uchealth.org/today/2016/08/30/…)

I'd like to know more about the obvious oversight gap and conflicted interest of the hospital performing its own autopsies, as mentioned in Pam's story and the one linked below.
(https://www.propublica.org/article/without…)

I'd like to know more about the hospital's relationship with the El Paso County Department of Human Services, and how they collude and canoodle to cover up and conceal medical errors by way of foisting unfounded allegations of medical neglect against parents with questions.

I'd like to know more.

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Posted by Spydra 1 on 06/14/2017 at 9:01 AM

Re: “Meet the new editor at the Indy: Matthew Schniper

Hooray, sloppy journalism just got sloppier.

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Posted by Spydra 1 on 10/06/2016 at 1:16 PM
Posted by Spydra 1 on 07/26/2016 at 2:14 PM

Re: “CSPD withholds investigation of cop who cost taxpayers $100,000 in lawsuit settlement

*yawn* Boys will be boys...especially when it comes to the CSPD...speaking of whom, is anyone other than me even just a tad curious to know whatever became of former CSPD Joshua Dwayne Carrier, the penultimate boy in blue himself? It's been a couple of years now since he was purportedly moved out of Colorado and into an east coast prison facility for his safety's sake...and out of sight, out of mind, I guess -- surely his justice is being served *somewhere*...right?!? Well it ain't necessarily so. Personally, and even though I'm decidedly not his type, Carrier's memory nags at me like a abscssed tooth and causes me to search for and gaze at his face almost daily. I came across a relatively recent selfie shot of JD sporting a red hat emblazoned with $$ signs -- yeah, that's right, cash money, dolla dolla bills, y'all...and the many young men he traumatized would do well to avoid downtown Denver, where I spotted him not even a week ago working as a concierge for a swanky hotel -- I found myself gazing up into his unmistakably hollow eyes...his all too familiar face veiled by a full beard and mustache; but it was him, or his twin; nearly dumbstruck, I forced myself to engage him in small talk about the hotel's rooftop pool...catching my breath sharply as I read the moniker on his name tag: "Joshua Jones".

Well, at least that menace to society Doug Bruce is securely under lock and key.

We have all been served up a half-assed report on Joshua Carrier; the rabbit hole starts at Mind Seizure, the commercial haunted house JD co-owned with his mother...and the peculiar fire that destroyed the TV parked in front of his house, which reportedly contained records his ghoulish moonlighting enterprise.

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Posted by Spydra 1 on 07/26/2016 at 2:05 PM

Re: “This summer, homelessness is everyone's problem

'curious': My comment was primarily directed at 'youth'.

Once again: it's impossible to know what homelessness is really like unless you experience it. I did experience it...and it was like a year-long nightmare from which I could not awaken. Bandaids did not come to my rescue -- indeed, it took a miracle to lift me out of the situation into which I had fallen. I was very lucky...and my life story is richer now having survived the experience.

I had no idea what it was like until I found myself living it. And unless you have lived it, you don't know either. Reading stories about it, talking to homeless people about it -- it gives you an idea, but you just don't know.

Not everyone who is homeless is an unskilled, alcoholic drug addicted head-case. This article mentions needles a lot but nary a word about bedbugs -- both of them, bloodsuckers. They proliferate motels and homeless shelters. How do you think you would find a place to stay or a job if you were a walking home for bedbugs? And that's just one example.

I suggest that anyone who really wants to know what it's like, anyone who really wants a earthquake of a paradigm shift: strap on a backpack and be homeless for one whole week.

THEN come back with your ideas for solutions to the problem. I already know you'd be at a loss for words.

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Posted by Spydra 1 on 07/03/2016 at 6:17 PM

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