Tweet all about it: Fired up about the ﬁrst lady
Aspen, CO Colorado
ASPEN – Each week we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and publish them on Sunday.
Here’s what we found – in their unedited form – last week:
• “Michelle Obama’s weekend ski trip to Aspen makes it 16 times that Obamas have gone on vacation in 3 years. Insensitive.” – @realDonaldTrump
• “So, Michelle Obama is Aspen skiing with the 1 percenters? How lovely.” – @KatMcKinley
• “While the entire world plummets into financial dispare, Michelle Obama’s livin like Oprah in Aspen, while her husband entertains..” – @PietroSantilli
• “Michelle Obama hits the slopes in Aspen a month after Hawaiian holiday… That’s great, I was starting to worry about her overworking.” – @hogsatemysister
• “My mother thinks it would be a good idea for me to ‘visit my cousin’ in Aspen so I can meet single men. What?? When did she become my pimp?” – @MalibuRVA
• “Made it to Aspen. That little plane was bouncing like a rodeo bull. I’m not famous enough to die yet.” – @MySmartass
• “Next ski trip booked- Aspen, the most chic of all ski resorts- no conference- pure skiing all day- can’t wait” – @Hinaheartdoc
• “All things being equal, I’d rather be skiing in Aspen wearing a $2,400 dress and $600 sneaker” –
• “1887: Aspen was the first town to provide electricity to all its residents” – @ConnectColorado
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