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Saturday, July 17, 2010

And No, That's Not Blip on His Lap

Move over Bourbon Street, gay pride parades and Burning Man, there's a new sheriff in town! Seattle's Fremont Fair and Summer Solstice Parade has been an annual event since 1972, drawing 100,000 visitors to the quirky Seattle neighborhood of Fremont, whose official motto is: "Delibertus Quirkus", or Freedom to be Peculiar. The Parade is most noticeably marked by dozens of people who are stark naked, covered in various degrees of body paint. Of all the photos we saw from this year's amazing spectacle, our favorite was the guy who showed up as Space Ghost. And maybe Jace and Jan should cover their eyes, because in case you're wondering, yes, he's completely naked, just as were dozens of other parade participants around him. Go, Space Ghost, go!

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