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A big can of whoopee at the Pepsi Center

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Jesus, why didn’t I think of this sooner? I mean, I know those floor passes are hard to get, but still…

Thanks to my anonymous poster from gayzetteblog.com for the heads up. A quick scan of the craigslist personals proves that this isn’t the only guy looking to get a little action during the more boring moments of the Democratic National Convention. Apparently the men’s rooms at the Pepsi Center were very popular destinations for both the Party of the People and people looking to party.

No word yet on the potential for action at Invesco. -- Jason Sheehan

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