Tweet all about it: Strikes and gutters |

Tweet all about it: Strikes and gutters

Staff reportThe Aspen TimesAspen, 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:• “At $5K an hour, is that private flight to Aspen really worth the cost of a new Lexus if its your money?” – @cirrusdriver• “‘Who cares if China’s armed with nuclear firepower?! Come to my friends gay wedding in Aspen! Important things first!’- My generation” – @ChaseKennedy• “Great sweat at O2 last night and awesome 2hr bluebird jog this morning. Love offseason in #Aspen.” – @dylanbo• “Aspen and the X Games have been together longer than most Hollywood couples, age gap and all.” – @skimagonline• “VP of Aspen Ski Comp to Biz Cmte: ‘snowboarders taking over any company is not a public good.’ Also: ‘I live in Basalt, can’t afford Aspen'” – @CPRverlee• “#Aspen High school rated best in the state. Congratulations faculty. We as parents genuinely appreciate your efforts.” – @papacams• “Screw the short, bumpy flight into aspen. Almost lost my breakfast” – @JeffWunderwood• “Aspen hosts ski race without snow. Pray all understand changing climate affects even recreation” – @climateprayer• “I love writing. What other job lets you research Aspen, crossbows, missiles & Amsterdam for one book?” – @CStephensonFL• “A day of school visits in Aspen. They’ve been reading Devil’s Highway. Seems harsh to me but maybe this is exactly where kids should read it” – @UrrealismThe Aspen Times is available 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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