Next Weeks Goals & Gay Pride Day Parade In Vancouver

Today we are going to check out Vancouver Pride Day Parade, even though it’s not something I consider a family event it has all the factors a parade would have from, crazy costumes, balloons and clowns (hopefully they’re clothed!). But not a family parade as some people tend to describe it as. In any case it’s a fun day, me along with 350,000 other Vancouverites thought so as well. Happy Pride!

Next weeks to do list:

  • trim the fat off of my PPC (pay per click) ad campaigns too save money on clicks
  • build more campaigns to expand on the current niche I am promoting
  • find more P campaigns to use
  • work on my landing pages to bring the bounce rate down
  • write some more articles for my sites
  • find new niches, for more $$

Some pics from the Gay Pride Parade in Vancouver 2008:

Man in heels at Gay Pride Parade Vancouver 2008

Wild costume with high heels and ballerina skirt, how cute!

Gay pride Parade Vancouver 2008

Pride float

Wild costumes at Gay Pride Vancouver 2008

Wild costumes all over

Gay Pride Vancouver

Someone forget their bras?!

Gay Pride Float Vancouver 2008

Gay Pride Float Vancouver 2008

Gay Pride Parade Vancouver

Gay Pride Float Vancouver 2008

Flamboyant costumes at Pride Parade Vancouver 2008

Flamboyant Pride Fellow With Red Wings!

Creepy looking shadow lady with big boobs

Shadow lady with balloon boobs

5 thoughts on “Next Weeks Goals & Gay Pride Day Parade In Vancouver

  1. admin Post author

    They say it’s a family event but it’s not even close. With body parts flying all over, it looks like Mardi Gras in New Orleans…………..

  2. Chris

    What I really don’t understand is the parents that bring their families to watch this smut. Sick world.

  3. admin Post author

    Vancouver city officials are the ones that let it take place. I don’t care what sexual preference anyone is, doesn’t matter to me.

    I don’t think it’s cool when you have guys with full genitals showing on public streets in a parade. Does that make sense to anyone? Honestly I could care less but many times Vancouver city council will not allow functions for a variety of reasons, but showing your b**bs or c*ck in public in a parade is ok?

    The parade did have many city offficals in them from firemen, police officers, city council etc.
    I have nothing against gay people, it’s city officials, who are the aholes…. Double standard.

  4. Chris

    Right on. Now let’s hope we’re not hauled off to court for expressing such opinions. This is not a free country after all.

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