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Tweet All About It: Open for business

Staff report The Aspen Times
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 display them on Sunday.

Here’s what we found – in their unedited form – last week:

• “Just had an amazing run down Back of Bell on Aspen Mountain. Untracked pow, didn’t hit the bottom once. Footage coming soon.” – @ozskier

• “Just dropped rope on #backofbell #ajax I might need another lap. Thanks @AspenSnowmass patrol crew.” – @coreyE_Aspen

• “I want to be in Aspen, hitting the slopes, warming up by a fire with hot chocolate and friends, watching movies and NOT thinking” – @MikeMontanoME

• “Welcome to aspen. Dude just asked me if I wanted some future… Nope! Don’t need any coke!” – @GTROOPCOREY

• “Recreational pot is officially legal in Colorado today Aspen , here we come…” – @JLonguet

• “Hey y’all ya from the 24 to the 27th imma be in aspen performing love for Xgame featuring West cost legend Spice1” – @PRINCETOND1KIDD

• “The Gay Travel Guru will be at Aspen Gay Ski Week. Will you?” – @MileHighGayGuy

• “I might be spending Christmas is aspen. That means snowboarding the whole week and seeing celebrities.” – @MaeLynn15

• “At work ‘Thanks for calling Buffalo Wild Wings this is Aspen how can I help you?’ ‘Oh did you say Aspen? We meant to call Grand Junction'” – @AspenCheyenne

• “I will be in Aspen Xmas week, not skiing, getting family appropriate day drunk (hammered), if you will be too…holla atcha boy (me).” – @duchessrebecca

• “One thing Aspen has taught me is that just because someone does a shitload of blow every night, it doesn’t mean that they’re not a good guy.” – @MountainManDom

The Aspen Times is on Twitter as well. Simply type “TheAspenTimes” into the search bar (no spaces), and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.

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