InDenverTimes cougar chronicles: Grroar
After a mostly distinguished 150 years spent delivering daily journalism, the Rocky Mountain News closed this past February. Thirty dedicated staffers took to the web, determined to carry the spirit of that great enterprise forward. They founded InDenverTimes. So what in blazes is now going on over there?
If you’re an older woman who likes younger men, if you’re a younger man who likes older women– InDenverTimes wants all Colorado cougars and cubs on the prowl to know: this is your spot for the news! Apparently there’s some kind of cougar contest promotion going on. You can enter. You can vote for the winners.
Slink over to the site and watch the homemade ad. You won’t be able to look away. Vote for queen cougar and king cub. Attend the coronation party. There’s a website. People are submitting photo entries with short bios.
The 2009 Queen Cougar & King Cub Contest
We want gorgeous gals, ages 35 and up, and handsome young men (cubs), ages 21-35.
The contest will end at midnight on Tuesday, September 22, 2009.
Vote for your favorite cougar and her potential prey below.
The queen and king, will be crowned Wednesday, September 23, 2009 during a royal ceremony held at MiniBar in Cherry Creek.
The festivities begin at 6 p.m. Click on the CougarXing sign for more information.
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