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11/03/2009

Let's make it a particularly lame affair, whatdya say?

by Jeremy Hooper Spotted at Portland, Maine's Eastland Park Hotel:

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One actual party and one pity party, I presume. Hopefully we'll end up being the former.

Posted by: PINGAS | Nov 3, 2009 11:40:04 AM

Looks like there's a hotel that should be added to a GLBT boycott list. If the Eastlake Park Hotel is choosing to rent facilities to an organization that works hard at, and wishes to celebrate their efforts at, keeping a minority oppressed as second class citizens, then those citizens should take their dollars elsewhere from this day forward regardless of the outcome of this election...

Posted by: Mitchell Devlin | Nov 3, 2009 12:04:27 PM

As an employee of the Eastland and someone who identifies as queer, I would just like to say that the services we provide will be outstanding both for the group in house and for any group that comes to stay in our future -- gay or straight; republican or democrat; male or female; abled or disabled; or [insert polarity here]. It's simply what our staff is committed to doing and that's just good business.

Posted by: Fred | Nov 3, 2009 6:40:16 PM

Fred: This site understands. I would not judge the hotel on the basis of this one booking.

Posted by: G-A-Y | Nov 3, 2009 7:23:46 PM

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