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The harmless virtue of self expression

The harmless virtue of self expression

I would like to remind Sean Beckwith that fashion is a creative form of self-expression (“Botox cowboys and people watching in Aspen,” commentary, June 28, The Aspen Times). It’s an individual choice we all have at no cost to anyone else.

Dude, relax.



Why do you think “people watching” ranks so high during Food and Wine?

Ruthie Hostetler



Aspen


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