Adding to Aspen’s vernacular |

Adding to Aspen’s vernacular

It would be amusing if Aspenites began using “gorsuch” as a snarky verb, as in, “I was gorsuched” or “Don’t pull a gorsuch.”

For a moment, the photo of the spraypainted store made me think Aspen still has a pulse; some young ski bum stepped up. Sadly, that wasn’t the case.

On the other hand, after all these decades of developer cons, did everyone seriously fall for another one? A developer’s “localness” has no business influencing a development application.

Jim Paussa

Snowmass Village

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