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Old 01-11-2013, 07:44 PM   #88
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Where ever we end up going I just want to stay in the area. Keep it simple and relaxed. I've never been much of a beach person though. But if there is a lot to do in Tampa I would definitely consider it.
Some of the best beaches in the world are what draw people to this area. Deep sea fishing, boating etc.

But we do have the most "gentlemen clubs" per captia in the world. As John Stewart says...... In Tampa, you can't get a $ bill without at least some glitter on it.

You can fly real cheap out of Springfield, Mo. to St. Petersburg on Alligiant Air. Fares are less than $60 one way sometimes. Several cruise ships leave out of Tampa. Go to the Bahamas's, Cozumel, Key West etc. Just an idea for ya.
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No, Mr. Halfcan. Steak and BJ day is on the 14th this year.

Plus, I think it's safe to say that, no matter how much we appreciate Mr. Bob Dole (and we do), he doesn't hold a candle to steak and bjs.

Frankly, I'm looking forward to tomorrow which is Pie and BJ day, the holiday originally established by Charlemagne to acknowledge the Khazar kingdom's conversion to Judaism and the remarkable ability of Byzantine women to both bake and control their gag reflex.

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