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High-class pick pocketing

Dear Editor:Here is a tip from “Adding tips might not pay off in long run” (Aspen Daily News, March 20). Aspen is hospitality heaven for stupid, affluent people and temporarily repenting elite business folks who look forward to getting their pockets picked in Aspen restaurants and bars by hired criminal characters so they can return to their homes and offices to feel good about economically ripping off American consumers, American workers and the U.S. government.What a way to wipe away their sins in a “Rogue’s Paradise.” Do they prefer the pork fat or the chicken gizzards? Fine dining in Aspen is sinfully rich: gravy over slop.Emzy Veazy III, Esq.Aspen

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