Tweet All About It: Plane spoken about Aspen jets |

Tweet All About It: Plane spoken about Aspen jets

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.

• “But just think of the carbon footprints those jets have, Tom. If #Aspen and @AspenSnowmass REALLY want to make a stand against #climatechange, they should ban private jet traffic in/out of that airport. Otherwise, it’s just more empty virtue-signaling #copolitics #tcot #colorado” — @SeanPaige

• “No Way! All the private jets in #Aspen are solar-powered and woven from hemp by indigenous villagers living in harmony with Gaia and singing her praises. And the owners all made their money trading Unicorn Futures.” — @BoreGuru

• “Filed to CBS Sports: Aspen Institute just released study suggesting no tackle football until high school.” — @dennisdoddcbs

• “Aspen is taking my breath away! No seriously, the altitude is kicking my butt. I’m out of breath walking around.” — @Mspamiam_

• “You can’t come to @AspenCO and not climb a 14er, at least that’s what I was told by @Pilot_PR So that’s what I did. Summited Pyramid Peak (4275m) with @Aspen Expedition this morning after a stunning climb up. #mountains #aspen #colorado #climbing” — @MarcusGLeach

• “Gotta love driving by the Aspen airport tho. The collection of private jets that the @algore / manbearpig AGW believers own is stunning. A Citation XX or G4 is below average.” — @BoreGuru

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