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...ramblings of the imperfectly innocent
Pride 
27th-Jun-2006 07:52 pm
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kitschparade came over on Saturday night, and we chatted, cuddled, and watched a She-Devil and Gattaca double feature. Afterward we began our own private Gay Pride celebration from about 2am to 1pm on Sunday (with some brief naps ;-).

We grabbed some coffee @ Tully's, then he went off to do a bit of shopping and I headed up to the Gay Pride celebration at Seattle Center. That was the big brouhaha this year: the move up there from the "traditional" Broadway/CapHill venue (which is the Seattle gay district). I was wary, I admit, but pretty much everyone agrees that it was a huge success. Fountain dancing is going to become a staple, I can already tell. The one downside is that Pride felt a lot more like every other festival, but this was the first year there, so maybe that'll change.

I had a surprisingly good time there, too. Ran into several different groups of friends (one of which was bconn, sinnabor, Garrett and Don), met some new people, did TONS of people-watching/drooling, and got a CD of some decent bagpipe music. A big win!
Comments 
28th-Jun-2006 05:46 pm (UTC)
*love* gattaca

fav line at the moment: when our hero is watching the rockets take off and gorgeous chickie stops by. she says something like "if you're going to pretend it doesn't mean anything to you, then don't look up"
29th-Jun-2006 06:04 am (UTC)
Yeah, it's one of my favorites. For a very, very long time, the line "I was never more certain of how far away I was from my goal than when I was standing right beside it." was extraordinarily powerful for me. I used the movie as motivation to pull myself up. I'd say it worked out fine... 8-}

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