Tweet All About It: All over the map
Each week, we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and display them on Sunday’s page A2.
• “The road to the Bells is officially closed for the WINTER. Must mean snow is on the way” — @AspenSnowmass
• “People @ church were praising @jerryjjones of @dallascowboys for taking on the #NFL … Agree with them despite his stance agst #FreeSpeech & his poor tips for us servants here in #Aspen” — @artistinaspen
• “Friends — i will be in Aspen in a few weeks. My artwork will be available for purchase. I will also be reading my poetry. More details soon.” — @CBraddyPoetry
• “Thank you @SenBennetCO for talking abt the Western Slope- we often get forgotten behind Denver, Boulder, Aspen…it’s exactly as you described. And w/o the #ACA it will get exponentially worse thank you for your passion! Cc @SenCoryGardner” — @BarbiegirlToki
• “Kanye is outside my favorite coffee shop in Aspen, 5 minutes away from me — do I go say hello.” — @nesbitt_peter
• “No one complains about the snow and cold in Vail or Aspen” — @KevinVirobik
• “Are you a member of the media interested in attending @XGames Aspen 2018? We opened credential applications today!” — @livcwilson
• “Dear Wall St Santa, $10k $BTC in December so the fam can have a white xmas.. I’m talking about Aspen, I’m not talking about blow sheesh!” — @Crypto2U
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