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Coloradofornia?

ReddestNeck Wrote: Mar 24, 2013 9:22 PM
The usual scare propaganda without any documentation of actual mishaps. Out of thousands of frackings there are like, one or two controverted cases and none of those affecting huge areas? Which is to be expected since the fracking goes on way way way below the surface? This ain't godly stewardship, this is naked nature worship.

As the Unofficial Goodwill Ambassador Plenipotentiary from the State of Utah to Western Colorado, I, in my unauthorized capacity do hereby extend the offer of asylum to any Coloradoans seeking same in the Beehive State, as their state slides toward Californiacation.

As someone who lives within a figurative chip shot of the border, my wife and I occasionally make forays into the Centennial State for day trips and weekend getaways. It is very beautiful. It has picturesque towns with fascinating shops that have things like wine tastings and display exquisite artwork. Believe it or not, we actually bought some...