Road rage and tales of crappy driving
Online readers of The Aspen Times found plenty with which to take issue last week, including a Jan. 21 letter to the editor, “Lesson for fist shaker.”
The letter, written by a bus driver and directed at a motorist who reportedly got out of his SUV, which was stuck in traffic on Highway 82, and shook his fist at said driver, elicited several comments from readers who weren’t necessarily sympathic, including this one:
There was also this:
Another reader offered this rant:
And finally, there was this:
Comments poured forth regarding the Jan. 23 report on the city of Aspen’s regulation of a new Aspen brewery, which has yet to open.
A flurry of responses began with:
Coverage of last week’s Buttermilk bomb scare, which began when a bank teller overheard a conversation and alerted authorities, elicited this interpretation:
The Jan. 25 report on the 600-acre Woody Creek spread that has been put up for sale by owners who’ve sterilized all but one acre from development spurred comment from readers who lauded the sellers.
There was also this, with what we presume is a reference to Willits:
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