Tweet all about it: First-world issues
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:• “Listening to some chick complain that she can’t fit in two trips to Aspen this year. Please Pray for her” – @EdwardStockwell• My mother didn’t take the ‘you could be a wealthy 60 year old alcoholic Aspen woman in that jumper’ as a compliment.” – @Bu_Bu_• “Can’t wait 2 see the John Denver Rock Garden in Aspen. JD was inspirational 2 me during my high school days & is one reason I now live in CO” – @JohnOlsonLive• “I’m about to stand on the corner of outer and sf like a homeless bum and ask for change with a sign that says ‘moving to aspen’ lmao” – @RareKush• “turned on the heat this am, snow in Aspen, fall is here and I’m getting excited.” – @way0utwest• “Pretty much every bad idea I’ve seen this year came out of the Aspen Ideas Festival.” – @superanne• “Missing dog in Aspen: black lab mix w white on chest (longer fur than a lab), may have been hit by car, his name is Bromley.” – @AspenIsAwesome• “CNBC is awesome. When out of real people to pump stocks, they bring in the ‘mystery trader from Aspen’ – @OzCTA• “I think Michelle Obama has enjoyed many ‘journeys’ on us. Aspen, Spain, Mexico, & New York. Is she seriously talking saving money?” @KatMcKinley• “I always pack heat…… pads when we go to Aspen for our yearly ski trip.” – @Successandblak• “I love getting the weekend off to go watch European men play rugby in Aspen” – @sierrameisterThe Aspen Times is on Twitter, as well. Simply type “TheAspenTimes” (no spaces) into the search bar, and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.
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Amid the pre-Thanksgiving gloom of grim pandemic news here in Aspen, across Colorado and the mountain west came a small but significant dose of hope in the unlikely form of an Aspen Music Festival and School announcement.