Tweet All About It: The Aspen rumor mill |

Tweet All About It: The Aspen rumor mill

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.

• “U.S. government jet spotted at airport #aspen anybody know which member of #TrumpAdministration is in town? @pitkincounty airport” — @WendyWendlandt

• “The rudest customers I’ve ever seen have all been in the Aspen Colorado post office. They treat the workers here like absolute garbage” — @mgriffin015

• “any and all celebrities in #aspen please tweet me ASAP u wont regret it @DJPaulyD @ParisHilton @MariahCarey @nacho​figueras” — @AspenSpin

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• “I drew up a financial plan for a 25-year-old who makes a $100K. According to my projections, he ODs in Aspen at 27.” — @EddyElfenbein

• “Seriously??? They drugged customers??? (Lawsuits: Aspen stores bullied, possibly drugged customers)” — @GA_Johns

• “When i get big money I’m going to take like 4 days and just snowboard in aspen.” — @305bOWtDat

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