Friday, June 30, 2006

Assault on Boston: The Prequel

I am leaving for a few days to go wage war on the den of sin known as Boston. Should be a blast. Boston will be naught but a smoking crater when I depart for my humble abode in the District.

10 comments:

Adorable Girlfriend said...

p.s. There will be NO pictures from the visit. Unless someone gets arrested, than there will be too many.

fish said...

TT the Bear's Place used to be my favorite (at least since the Rat closed down). Better than anyting in DC.

Lindsey said...

I've always wanted to visit there! (initial interest was sparked thanks to New Kids on the Block.) lol. Have a blast.

Adorable Girlfriend said...

Fish, come now! The Rat? What are you a tragic, BU kid? At least move up to some worse like the Pour House or The Middle East!

fish said...

The Rat was great. Awesome punk bands despite the presence of BC students. Used to work up the road at Children's and would go down to catch a show (and a rare disease or two). The Middle East was a great spot (not as good as TT's) but the Pour House serves Mojitos for god's sake...

Pinko Punko said...

The Pour House is TRASHY- and awesome, no line like Dad's next door, because it s for the low lifes of Boylston St.

TT's is great

Adorable Girlfriend said...

Wait a minute. Now I might just know Fish. We share a former employer together. You must have been in Enders, whereas my office was in the main building.

The Pour House is ghetto, but I have always gotten numbers there. That elevates it like 200 points. And I love the $3.00 hang over breakfasts.

Ya know Pinko, you can wear silver shimmery pants to The Pour House. It cannot be all that trashy.

mdhatter said...

Sorry I missed you, man. I suck. If you're still in town, the Espleade fireworks are worthy.

Adorable Girlfriend said...

Fridge note: MDH, we have been on the northshore this weekend at my house. Sorry! We missed fireworks here after getting drenched during the sudden storm at the parade. UC got a yummy lobster out of the deal so he was super happy.

Chuckles said...

I witnessed the War in Scituate.

Me and several dozen of my brothers sat on a breakwater and watched the firebombing of bay 5 or whatever. It looked like a mile long stretch of beach was on fire. The sky above that stretch of beach was filled with explosions and tracer bullets. It looked like a bad day in Normandy.

There were also wuite a few guys lauching large amounts of large caliber munitions about 30 feet away.

lbong: what the hell else could this be?