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Good morning and welcome to Summit Up, the world’s only daily column pondering the fuucha of Ahnold.

Creative minds in Cahlifooornia have developed a new state seal, complete with a depiction of their new governator, Ahnold. The original and the new seals are featured on the right for your viewing enjoyment.

It’s the little things in life, eh?


Our frequent-almost-daily contributor Dan Streeter is a little concerned about the number of Scum Alerts! Scum Alerts! we’ve been running lately. It has us a wee bit concerned, as well, Dan, particularly since many incidences seem to keep happening in our own neighborhood!

Stolen trucks, smashed pumpkins, drug busts – when will it end?!

So he has an Atta Boy! Atta Boy!, aka the Charles “Charlie” Ullyses Farley Award.

The Chuckie goes to the town of Breckenridge streetcrews who are keeping the new Watson Street bus terminal spic-and-span clean, even though it won’t be used for another six to 10 months!

Hey, only the best for those who visit/live/drive by Breck!

He also wants to know who is building the big iron frame construction in Silverthorne. Any takers?

We’re still baffled about the large iron posts going up in Frisco. They say they’re for event banners, but we think posts with a 10-inch diameter could be better uses as giant slingshots. Just imagine! We could lob giant snowballs to the top of Buffalo Mountain!

Or maybe they’re really supposed to be support rails for a new high-speed train between School Road and Eighth Avenue! Or infrastructure for a giant metal detector to ensure no one’s packing heat going to the Frisco Nordic Center.


We out, headed to Cahlifooornia, Baby.

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