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In my defense, I'm from New Mexico, which is right next door ... Part of the problem: golf courses and cemeteries. Famous real estate mogul Al Czervik once said that golf courses and cemeteries are the biggest waste of prime real estate, and he was ...


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Anyway, the population along the Front Range has exploded, and the state seems to be filling up more quickly than prairie dogs can be murdered and poor people displaced to make way for overpriced, substandard housing for the young urban professionals and their big, dumb dogs Part of the problem: golf courses and cemeteries Famous real estate mogul Al Czervik once said that golf courses and cemeteries are the biggest waste of prime real estate, and he was rightI often find myself consumed with righteous indignation whenever I drive past a golf course and think: Wow, that's a really beautiful park and I'm not allowed on it unless put on a polo shirt.Advertisement

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