Tweet All About It: Making a statement
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.
• “So what would it take: 1000 casualties? three mass killings per week for six months? Wiping out business/political/cultural elite at Aspen?” — @yeselson
• “Hunter S Thompson ran for sheriff in Aspen in 1970. Basically that means: there is literally Gonzo art all over town. E v e r y w h e r e..” — @gypsyraelowe
• “Aspen Gay Ski Week. This is a thing y’all. Let’s plan now that we have Rec Room Aspen <3” — @FragosoMiaou
• “Time to get some SPF on & get up Aspen Mountain. It’s a beautiful day to ski/snowboard or else just sit & watch everybody else risk a limb” — @ReginaPhelangi
• “I wish Aspen wasn’t so expensive cause I’d live there so fast if it wasn’t” — @PotassiYUM
• “One of my customers from Aspen sends me 3 grand a month I love him” — @frreebaandz
• “Aspen is cool so far. Get to snowboard this weekend. Caught a construction worker taking a selfie while driving a bulldozer” — @NapxTime
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