Tweet All About It: Regarding the S-Curves, HST, Bourdain and Lloyd Christmas
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.
• “Dear #Aspen #Colorado, I thought you were improving the ‘S’ curve not just changing the font!” — @glennhsmithart
• “Driving to #Aspen airport when 2 F-17s or something roar by and I almost drive off the road they’re so loud and just when they are almost at ground level they turn and go straight up. I didn’t get pic but it happened around here” — @Kimball12G
• “Got a new bike hero: US bike-racing lawyer Joe Edwards, who filed & won the first civil rights campaign in Colorado. He was later involved in Hunter S Thompson’s run for Aspen Sheriff in 1970. Everything HST said back then holds true today, multiplied by 1000 percent” — @matoxley
• “‘Anthony Bourdain changed the way we think about restaurant kitchens and about the people within them.’ —@CKummer, editor in chief of IDEAS: The Magazine of the Aspen Institute” — @AspenInstitute
• “At #Aspen Inn. Was okay #hotel but noisy family next to me tried to get through connecting door. I put up a barrier just in case and used ear plugs.” — @Kimball12G
• “The rocky mountains wooed me when I was 6, rivers sang me sweet melodies accompanied by whispering aspens, white powdered winters, golden by fall, wildflowers brought forth through summer— #Aspen, no longer a sleepy mining town hosts all types yet the surroundings still delight.” — @ouliemata
• “Lloyd Christmas from Dumb and Dumber resplendent in his Aspen western wear but it’s Jimbo Fisher” — @heyitschili
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