In a message dated 97-05-16 03:31:23 EDT, you write:
TUNS TAVERN to celebrate a Swabby...even if he was Irish? Bite your tongue
until November 10.
Okay Jim prior to that fateful day when the Drumroll beat the Birth and woke
the Titans from their slumber Tuns was actually the unofficial HQ for the
The Continental Congress Naval Board regularly met there when not in session
(all three of em). It was a well known spot to secure letters of marque by
treating Johnnie Adams to a tankard. So though long overshadowed by the call
10th and now known primarily for its leatherneck history many a blue jacketed
tar tossed a dram before the spar at Tuns. Besides this is Celtic-L whats a
a bit of controversy?
"If the army and the navy ever gaze on Heaven's scenes
They will find the gates are guarded by United States