My live broadcast at Pride48

pond bad
Vegas is in decline
The Freak Network went to Vegas
It was Sean Patrick who was the webcammer
Talk about RadioGaycams
Eating snailturds
Anthony from A Shanty No Lemon calls in
Forget AJs name..duh
Mention Poose and SD Mark, Pizzababe
Talk about AC and play Point22 song
Talk bout vegatable people
Pop rocks in my butt
Talk about my dumb segment called Fun with Farts
and other stuff…lots of you knows, ums and yeahs

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2 Responses to My live broadcast at Pride48

  1. Rick Gaspa says:

    I Just listened to your latest podcast that was broadcast and produced here in my home town of Las Vegas during the Pride48 2012 meetup . Great show. I am sorry that you did not enjoy yourself here in Vegas as much as you should have. Hopefully the next time you visit, things will be better for you. The largest Gay club in the world is about to break ground in the next thirty days right here in sunny Las Vegas.

    Las Vegas is one of the top destinations in the country for gay and lesbian travelers, and in the warmer months, the parties move outside to the pool. Sexy boys and girls are flocking to the LGBT pool parties offered at both The Mirage and Luxor. As a matter of fact, many Las Vegas hotels – Paris Las Vegas was among the first – go out of their way to cater to LGBT clientele, with packages and special offers that can even include commitment ceremonies. At Wynn and Encore, there’s a Pride concierge, dedicated specifically to helping LGBT guests make the most of their time in Vegas. Not that you’ll need much help when there’s something fabulous around every corner.

    Of course, you can’t do Vegas without hitting the bars and clubs just south of the Hard Rock Hotel on Paradise Road that is home to the FreeZone, the Buffalo, Gipsy, Piranha Nightclub and 8 ½ Ultra Lounge. Another can’t-miss gay nightclub is Krave, located in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood. Also, don’t miss Charlie’s Las Vegas, which was recently voted “Best gay bar to meet new friends” by Naked Boy News.

    Of course, there’s more to life than partying. You’ve got an eye for the finer things in life and Las Vegas is certainly up to the challenge. The public art on display at CityCenter includes masterworks from Maya Lin, Nancy Rubins and Claes Oldenburg. Right next door at The Cosmopolitan, street artists such as Shepard Fairey were commissioned to paint different floors of the underground parking garage.

    One thing that’s not underground is the amazing dining and shopping found up and down the Strip that round out any perfect getaway. Come wear your colors proudly in Vegas.

    I a looking forward to you future show.

    Rick Gaspa

  2. admin says:

    I have always felt Las Vegas is the most un-gay place as no one is from Vegas and the gay population is always coming and going. I can not see Vegas as a place that has much of a community of gays that have lived there for years but I could be it that way?
    Pool parties are really not my thing as it gets to damn hot in Vegas in the summer and I get a sunburn in the shade. I like the smaller bars with real people in them and big clubs usually mean you spend a lot more money for booze/admission…also at big clubs you get a lot more attitude from the crowd there.
    In fact this trip made me decide I really never want to go anywhere if it is hot unless there is a nice beach and a nice ocean with some good waves…no Gulf Coast for me. I like Vegas in January when it is cheap to stay and the weather is perfect for me.
    Now I still love the hell out of Vegas but it is in bad shape. Hell the whole world is in bad shape. China has some huge casinos and hotels that are like some weird kind of ghost town.
    Thanks for listening to my show and leaving a comment and with all the bad things about Vegas I will be back as it is a one of a kind place.

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