Tweet All About It: Return of the X Files
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.
• “In beautiful aspen and there’s chemtrails everywhere in the sky from planes, what’s happening to this world.” — @b_decook
• “The #RockstarFamily has arrived at @XGames Aspen! Head over to our @Snapchat DRINKROCKSTAR — the fun starts NOW!” — @rockstarenergy
• “There’s a club in Aspen called Escobar. Our ditzy waitress suggested we go there before my wedding.” —@trizztroll
• “‘I didn’t even know that was possible!’ is what you’ll say after seeing the Winter X-games in Aspen.” — @alpineaspen
• “Remember When Donald Trump’s Wife and Donald Trump’s Mistress Got in a Public Brawl in Aspen? — Gawker” —@DonaldTrumpInfo
• “Thanks to our neighbor with the wood burning fireplace, our dingy basement (garden level) office smells like an Aspen ski Lodge” —@huskiefan23
• “EVERYONE IS IN ASPEN FOR @Halo and I’m sitting at my desk looking at their pics being jealous AF.” — @optich3cz
• “We are so excited for the 2016 @XGames Aspen! A special thank you to our friends at @Kiehls for all of their support! #XGames” —@TheVFoundation
• “Finally on my way to Aspen Colorado, made it through security and just waiting on my flight. So excited to be traveling again!” —@dT_Prototype
• “I’m getting a scooter an I’m leaving now to start my journey to Aspen. Dumb and Dumber 3 here I come.” — @PaigeDaleyy
• “Child behind me on the plane was named Aspen, let us pray.” — @debildeb
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