Tweet All About It: Aspen problems
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.
• “It’s only just above freezing here in Denver, but after minus 14^C in Aspen, it feels properly balmy and warm!” — @amymergirl
• “On my Instagram feed today, there was a photo of someone snowboarding in Aspen followed immediately by a picture of someone sandboarding in the Sahara. And that’s what I love most about social media: it makes resenting other people so much faster and more accessible.” — @standupguy
• “My mom fell gravely I’ll in florida. I was at the top of a mountain in #aspen. Not only did #unitedAIRLINES treat me with patience and kindness but they refunded me all change fees and made the process of getting to florida seamless.” — aligirl1
• “Lift One Corridor has spent over $200,000 on advertising their product to Aspen to try and dupe voters into handing over $4.3 million and create the illusion that ‘everyone’ supports the project.” — @HoboHealth
• “Is there a single Democrat who still thinks that Arne Duncan has smart ideas about education policy? I get why he’s still popular with the Aspen/Davos crowd, but what is the constituency for his ideas in a place like Chicago?” — @jakewertz
• “@netflix used footage of Vail for Aspen in the Ted Bundy Tapes #disgrace #vailsucks” — @Quinton_724
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