Tweet All About It: Aspen fully developed
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.
• “Welcome to Aspen. Where their western themed Barber shops advertise barbeque sauce. The brand is PBR, which stands for ‘Professional Bull Rider’. Where am I?” — @Soupzoncampbell
• “Flying @united today. Thank you ‘Our company’s shared purpose is to connect people & unite the world. This policy & its impact on thousands of children is in deep conflict with that mission & we want no part of it.’ #travel #unitedairlines #aspen #colorado” — @roving81611
• “If we don’t elect people who focus on people instead of the developers bankrolling their campaigns, we will have a Denver that looks like Aspen, elites only. I’m running to change the values on city council. #Colleen2019” — @Colleen4Denver
• “Where is @IvankaTrump ?? Is she in Aspen? Asking for a friend since my tax dollars are paying for her to be a special assistant to the president…” — @RyanFleury
• “OK. I’m in Aspen, CO. I’m not going to give you any photographs of this place because it’s totally not worth it. I must remark this place has changed a lot since I was last here in 2011. There’s been a lot of development.” — @theNewsCampbell
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