Tweet All About It: Aspen ideas of September
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.
• “I’m telling ya. Man I went to Aspen wit my Columbian friends a few years back some of the most fun I’ve had as an adult” — @TailoredTycoon
• “Wrapped up an amazing holiday weekend on my #Colorado ranch with some amazing folks! Looking forward to hosting some @FromNowToNext business owners in #Aspen in November. Scheduled to be in #Chicago, decided to go remote from #Denver office a few more days. #networkmarketing” — @j_allen_powell
• “The Aspen Idea’s Festival used to be wonderful. It has become a boring excuse for old militant liberals to pretend they’re as cool as millennials. The mils. go back to their parent’s basement and Aspenites go back to their $8 mill Red Mt. house and check their portfolios.” — @TeddyCooper321
• “Alright Captain. We’re crashing the Aspen Ideas Conference. Its going to be like Caddyshack meets Arthur Slessinger Jr, meets Amy Goodman meets Hunter S Thompson meets The Fockers. Where our film crew?” — @loosepeterossom
• “Protecting the planet? Oh, fl*ke yeah! Thank you @SenBennetCO for using your vote to help keep our winters wintery. #GiveAFlake #ClimateChange @aspensnowmass” — @AspenStrong
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