The Six Flags New England amusement park has a new scheme to help bail
themselves out of debt: Have the biggest "Gay Day" ever.
And that's exactly what they're doing. Earlier this year Six Flags of New England filed for bankruptcy protection. Apparently they feel they need to be creative.
Over the last few months Six Flags of New England in Agawam has bought full-page ads in the hard-core homosexual newspaper Bay Windows advertising an "Out in the Park" celebration - a full day of homosexuality in Six Flags.
Brian has a very short memory because it was just a few years ago when Ms. MassResistance ranted about the 9th Annual Gay Day at Six Flags:
Then, on Sunday, Sept. 18 it's the 9th annual "Out in the Park" day at Six Flags New England amusement park. "Be seen, Wear red!" Contact: Six Flags New England, 1305 Memorial Ave., West Springfield, MA 01089; 413-737-2443; corporate HQ: Six Flags America, 301-249-1500.
I guess Brian doesn't even know what's on his own webpages otherwise he would have known that this has gone on for years. The laugh out loud part is at the end:
Why an amusement park?
Think about this: Normally, a group of adults wouldn't be interested in a child's amusement park. Most people might go on a cruise, or to a pro football or baseball game, or to a picnic, hike, sightseeing tour, or museum.
But as we see so much, the homosexual community seems to be obsessed with events connected to children, such as the public schools, parades, "gay youth" events, and children's' sections of libraries. And of course, there's the famous "Gay Days" at Disneyworld. One might speculate on their own delayed development.
Umm...Brian...don't you and your minions show up at public schools, parades, "gay youth" events and libraries with camera in tow to photographic the children? Wasn't it your photographer who was charged with disorderly conduct while taking pictures of middle school children then when caught ran and began stripping off his clothes?
Oh and Brian, that stuff you said about Six Flags hiding the Gay Days on their website...if you click on the events tab at the top of the page, it takes you to a listing of the events at the park and surprise, there it is:
so much for you suggesting that they're hiding it.
I guess Brian has never been to an amusement park where most of the rides are geared to older teens and adults. It figures he's out of touch again.