Tweet all about it: All over the map
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. Here’s what we found – in their unedited form – last week:• “Wes Welker was tackled by security officials in Aspen. The security officials were then signed to help the Patriots defense.” – @FauxJohnMadden• “Whatever happened to glamour? I remember a time when airports were all about Joan Collins on Concorde flying to Aspen to drink Cinzano.” – @goodnighthorse• “I love how Mountain Dew clearly ignores the fact that their name sounds like a ski resort in Aspen…” – @rj4gui4r• “Aspen Ideas means sitting in a luxurious hot tub listening to Charlie Rose ask Walter Isaacson about ‘Steve’s’ acid trip.” – @JosephFCrater• “Can’t believe another Aspen Ideas Festival is upon us. Fascinating as always. But $100 to watch any of it online??” – @reastman• “Aspen – a town in central Colorado or Asperger Syndrome Education Network who woulda guessed.” – @gijogeorgek• “Love it when friends in #aspen tell Me ‘happy food & wine’ like it’s a holiday. Shouldn’t the #FWclassic be a national holiday anyway?” – @coreyE_Aspen• “Today I woke up missing Aspen and Snowmass. Missing the girl that was not afraid of having no place to live but was of snowboarding.” – @Naleixo• “I’m at The Burton Residence (Aspen, CO)” – @kevinwburtonThe Aspen Times is on Twitter as well. Simply type in “TheAspenTimes” (no spaces) into the search bar, and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.
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