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Sunday at Sundance

Sunday at Sundance

My maiden voyage on the Sundance Shuttle form Main Street back to my condo at the Racquet Club was met with a bit of drama… The bus drivers switched at Sundance Headquarters (after a 20 minute wait), and the replacement appeared to be some sort of trainee, as another driver was standing beside him giving instructions. After running over half a dozen curbs, the driver finally climaxed his poor driving by running into a parked car, and then continuing to drive before some angry ladies at the back of the bus started screaming: “You hit a car!” When we finally pulled over, I couldn’t deal with the shuttle anymore and walked the rest of the way. I was exhausted from a day of walking around and from this:

The Sundance Queer Brunch, which I had been kinda looking forward to all week. An email from a publicist went out a few days back, stating:

Just reminding you about the 12th annual Outfest Queer Brunch this Sunday in Sundance at 11am at the Grub Steak Restaurant, presented by here! Networks. Attending the brunch will be a wide range of stars attending Sundance, including Paris Hilton, Sharon Stone, Winona Ryder, Quentin Tarantino, Kirsten Dunst, Sean (P. Diddy) Combs, Dennis Quaid, Ginnifer Goodwin, Ellen Page, Hugh Dancy, Wes Bentley, Nick Cannon, and many others.

Hoping to realize my lifelong dream of befriending Winona Ryder, I was pleased to see the only “celebrity” I saw there was the gay mormon who won the latest Survivor. In fact, the whole ordeal was sorta like a bad gay bar with bacon and eggs, set to the tune of Britney and Beyonce. The grab bags were the kicker, filled with condoms, lube, bad gay DVDs and a copy of “Instinct”

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