Tweet All About It: Aspen rumors and innuendo
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.
• “The beer flows like wine in Aspen, but rooms are $500 a night this weekend.” — @tocelynjucker
• “I remember last year on my way to Aspen I was so loaded at the airport that I took my pants off instead of my shoes at TSA. Insane” — @Desert_3agle
• “X Games in Aspen late January sounds fun. Paired with a few days in Vegas. Guessing Airbnb prices will be crazy in Aspen” — @teacherfire1
• “I want to go to Aspen Colorado so bad!!!” — @windofgod
• “So stoked to be a part of a community like this. I love Aspen and all that it stands for #theaspenway Aspen” — GabelKeith
• “Just passed Bruce Springsteen in Aspen” — SleepyMonkey7
• “Tom Price’s people spent days trying to justify private jets to Aspen, Georgia resort. Kept the bleeding going. Now HHS sec will reimburse” — @HowardKurtz
• “There is no Aspen Georgia. More fake news by Howard Kurtz. Untrustworthy to the max!” — @artizzi
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