Tweet All About It: Wheeling and dealing in Aspen
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.
• “Nothing against Colorado or snow skiing, but of course I had to talk to a guy named Aspen to cancel my @nytimes subscription.” — @Alt_SuburbanDad
• “Some climb mountains. We ride them. The #HarleyDavidson Snow Hill Climb is back for the 2019 Winter @XGames in #Aspen, bigger and better than ever. #XGames” — @harleydavidson
• “I am a life-long Democrat … but I have to also say my heart went out to G.W. I felt his loss & tears poured for him. I had the pleasure of seeing Geo HW w Maggie Thatcher at the Aspen Institute’s 40th Anniversary. Glad I got to go; wouldn’t have missed it. Trump? Hell no.” — @bjsmiller
• “i wanna be ‘ski-lodge in aspen’ rich when I grow up. like with a grand piano and an 1980’s full-body ski suit. dark wood and champagne. like an american eagle winter ad but a little fancier.” — @JessicaFisher
• “In the summer of 1995, Disney CEO Michael Eisner gathered company executives in Aspen, Colorado, to think of another idea for a second California theme park. From those meetings, Disney decided it would build a park themed to the history and culture of the state of California.” — @TMKBpodcast
• “@elonmusk Serious question, what are the chances Colorado can get a couple Hyperloops from Fort Collins/Loveland & CO Springs/Denver to Keystone, Vail, Breck & Aspen? We just wanna go shred the gnar man” — @roboramirez77
• “I won’t be doing #RandomActOfCoolness next week. I’ll be snowboarding in ASPEN, COLORADO with @ChallengeAspen veteran program!” — @StrokerAceKid
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