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I guess it's kind of an in-joke, but hopefully someone out there will like it.


even more mulletmania

-- number six (Iam_not_a_number@hotmail.com), July 14, 1999


Hmmm. Speaking of "mullets" (also the common name for a bottom- feeding fish that is abundant in gulf coast waters), there is a very popular "watering-hole" [bar] located on a beach near where I live. Each year they hold an annual event called "The Mullet Toss". Hundreds and hundreds of people turn out for it. It's an actual contest in which the winner can walk away with a nice cash prize. Contestants pick a dead frozen mullet from out of a bucket and throw it as far as they can. Absolutely hilarious to watch! I've even seen pictures of Kenny Stabler [well known football quarterback] chuckin' a mullet. (Don't know if he won or not.) Just thought since this thread was off topic anyway, I'd throw that little story in for anyone with a good imagination to picture. It really is a funny sight. Sorry 'bout this. Uh... What was the original question again?

-- CD (not@here.com), July 14, 1999.

This is great...now I know what to call these creatures! There is a large section of the state I live in where most guys and gals are mullets. They usually sport baseball caps, drive pick-ups and chew Skoal (even the gals!).

-- Jeff (jeff@home.now), July 14, 1999.

Mullets are vegetarians, incidentally.


-- MinnesotaSmith (y2ksafeminnesota@hotmail.com), July 14, 1999.


You must be near Foley, AL ??? The Snake went to high school there. Damn sure some pretty country over on the Gulf coast!


-- Deano (deano@luvthebeach.com), July 14, 1999.

Pensacola here Deano. The "Snake" lives (lived?) on Ono island which is in the intracoastal waterway directly on the border of Alabama and FLorida. The name of that waterin' hole I described is "The FloraBama Lounge". Great place.

Luv beaches too!

-- CD (not@here.com), July 14, 1999.

CD: How often do you patronize the Red Garter down in Seville Square?

-- MinnesotaSmith (y2ksafeminnesota@hotmail.com), July 15, 1999.

CD: How often do you patronize the Red Garter down in Seville Square?

-- MinnesotaSmith (y2ksafeminnesota@hotmail.com), July 15, 1999.

Ah, you're familiar with the area I see MS. I'm not sure. Is the Red Garter part of that whole "Rose O'Gradys" complex? If so, I'm sure I've been there (sardined 'tween a thousand tourist). I consider that entire area nothing more than a well-oiled tourist trap and I make a point of avoiding it.



-- CD (not@here.com), July 15, 1999.

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