Gut Rumbles

June 14, 2004

Eye candy

Key West has a lot of beautiful wimmen per square inch. Some of them might be raging bull-dykes solidly grounded in the Gay Persuasion, but I don't care. They're still pretty to look at. I love walking the streets of this town.

I performed a modified version of the Duval Crawl yesterday. I hit several bars, listened to some good music, ate a bowl of conch chowder at Crabby Dick's and was still on my feet for sunset ceremonies down at Mallory Square. I'm going to try the same game plan today.

Hell, it worked just fine yesterday.


Somehow, eating anything at a place called 'crabby dicks' just blows my mind!! *L*

Posted by: Michele on June 14, 2004 11:48 AM

Good on ya Rob. Enjoy yourself!

Posted by: Brian on June 14, 2004 12:01 PM

I'm told the best cuban food in town is Pepe's on Caroline. Little shack off the main drag, definitely not touristy. Just a hop, skip and jump from the marina bar.

Posted by: nostradumbass on June 14, 2004 07:02 PM

So there are a lot of fags.
Would you rather visit a visit a town built and inhabited exclusively by conservative fucking republicans? Christ, I'd shoot myself first.

Posted by: MildlyDisturbed on June 14, 2004 07:30 PM

"Mildly", sir, please allow me to be the first of many to offer you a gun............

Posted by: Marcus on June 14, 2004 08:52 PM

Christ, Marcus, go spend some time in some shitty republican place like Crawford and then decide who needs the gun.

Posted by: MildlyDisturbed on June 14, 2004 09:39 PM

Mildly, thanks for the comma after "Christ."

Chill out.......This post from Rob is about his day in Key West.

Posted by: Marcus on June 14, 2004 10:25 PM

Marcus: go watch some Faux.

Posted by: MildlyDisturbed on June 15, 2004 12:34 AM

Mildly: Go faux yourself.

Your like spout reform. You scream for a change. All you do is whine. You choose any alternative to the elected.

Even when I see you troll on a post like this I have no more to wonder why I believe the way I do and not like you. I am for America. And the President of it. If the prez was Clinton, even then I would support him. Dare I say that of Carter? If he was president...YES. American first and always. Try and say the same. Try it, you might find it gives you solace and peace to back the country and the President that allows you the freedom you have to exercise and write the thoughts you have so far uttered, albeit distorted and bordering on treason,save for one fact, if it is so-----you ARE American and have the freedom to do so.

But all you do is bastardize ( new word) that freedom by following sheeplike the very ones that speak of change, but instead degrade the freedom you and they have to do say such things.

This is all I will comment on Rob's post about this with you.


Posted by: Marcus on June 15, 2004 02:25 AM

'mildly' disturbed doesn't seem a fit name; more like 'greatly' disturbed

Posted by: Mickey on June 15, 2004 04:55 AM

Key West! Graet time! you lucky dawg! Last time I was there was Jan. 1993 on deployment with Uncle Sams Misguided Children, and on key west misguided we were. ate and drank ourselves into oblivion. next time take me! I'll scratch your back, bring you a vodka and cranberry juice and who knows what! ~Chelle

Posted by: Chelle on June 15, 2004 10:04 AM

Have a great time *crawling on Duval* I seem to remember a place called Pirates Cove or somesuch....nice open air bar and jazz/blues on the street side (just off the corner from duval...heading toward Mallory Square) and a topless joint in the back of the bar....and any number of vacationing females after a few drinks where known to get up and dance.

Also had the best black bean soup ever (in the older seciton of town away from the tourist sites). Anyhow enjoy!

Posted by: Guy S. on June 15, 2004 10:06 AM

Jesus Christ Marcus. Forget about learning new words until you've mastered the simple ones, It's "you're", not "your".
It's like debating fucking pre-schoolers.
Go watch some Faux.

Posted by: MildlyDisturbed on June 15, 2004 12:49 PM

Interpreter, n.:
One who enables two persons of different languages to
understand each other by repeating to each what it would have been to
the interpreter's advantage for the other to have said.
-- Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's Dictionary
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