After we published our post about ten cars whose drivers can be jerks on icy roads, plenty of readers commented that Jeeps should have been included. But a Comment of the Day making that argument generated Jeep defenses aplenty, as well as attacks on the drivers of other car brands -- including one of Colorado's most ubiquitous.
Yesterday, we shared tribute tweets from Broncos players to Champ Bailey after the future Hall of Famer was released by the team. When we asked Facebook friends if this was a good move, most reluctantly agreed. But there were definitely some tangents, including this salvo aimed at another highly paid Bronco.
Our recent posts about CU-Boulder's decision to close the campus on 4/20 for the third consecutive year (even though April 20 coincides with Easter Sunday in 2014) brought some angry responses, as well as takes from several readers who seem to believe such bashes have reached their expiration date. Here's a pithy example of the latter.
Last week, we shared a video of Leo's Smoke Shack in Breckenridge being blown up by ski area and U.S. Forest Service reps shortly after it was featured on Inside Edition. The clip didn't please many of our readers, who questioned whether the action would enhance safety. This post highlights what its author sees as a bigger problem.
When we shared William Breathes's post about John Hickenlooper warning fellow governors to be cautious about legalizing marijuana, we asked readers why they thought Hick was so reluctant to embrace this new industry despite all the tax revenue it's generating. We received a slew of interesting responses, including this one.
Our post spotlighting a Gallup poll that ranked Colorado among the less religious states in the country spurred a fascinating conversation about faith and regional differences in the way it's practiced. Here's a post from a reader with experience in a state that landed near the top of the religiosity scale.