Do you have the gift of gab? Can you unload a spiel on a given topic for 30 minutes without any preparation? Here's what residents of Colorado love to discuss at length, even without time to prepare.

I asked on Facebook, "What topic could you talk about for 30 minutes with no preparation?" Here's what you had to say.

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Colorado Loves To Talk About This

A ton of fascinating answers poured in. As a matter of fact, this is probably the best response I've ever had to a social engagement question. Surprisingly, the topic of politics barely made an appearance.

Looking at your responses, it seems as though Coloradans love to talk about their kids, grandkids, music, and fishing. Many love to talk about what they've learned over the course of their careers. The responses reminded me of one of my favorite quotes:

Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people. - Eleanor Roosevelt

Check out the responses below. The awesome people living in Colorado love to discuss ideas - things we've learned in our careers, services offered to military families, and the challenges faced by today's professionals.

These Answers Are Fun

One I really love asked, "Does the information have to be accurate? If not, I will give a presentation on anything." Right on! I quit going to a local restaurant for breakfast simply because I grew tired of listening to the political masterminds who always sat in the booth next to me. It's hard to tune someone out when they're speaking at top volume and beating the table during their political rants.

Answers Keep Rolling In

The gallery below will represent Volume 1 on this topic. Too many replies have come in for one gallery. Be on the lookout for Part II on this subject.

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