The Purging L and My Sweet Rib once went on vacation.
Ah, there’s no beating Sanibel Island, even with a stick. The lush, glowing palms of the native coconut trees. The salty sea air blowing warm across a white sand beach holding hands with the Gulf of Mexico (how romantic!). And steel drums tapping out the soft melody of Escape (The Piña Coloda Song) far off in the distance.
So I waited with high hopes, then she walked in the place
I knew her smile in an instant, I knew the curve of her face
It was my own lovely lady, and she said, “Oh, it´s you”
And we laughed for a moment, and I said, “I never knew”
What’s more sexy than cheating on your wife while she’s cheating on you and you’re both committing adultery with/to/on each other? Ooo-la-la!
And what the hoo-ha is a steel drum? If you look up ‘steel drum’ you’ll find they were invented in the tropical island nation of Trinidad & Tobago. And who sailed over and conquered this peaceful island in their brief foray into imperialism? The home team, Latvia (known then as Courland). Courlites, not to be mistaken for Coors Lite, are an early pool of hard working and creative Latvian deoxyribonucleic acid. Who else but a Latvian could bang out a hubcap to a rum wagon and turn it into a Saturday night calypso band? Don’t bother guessing because the answer is ‘no one’. That’s it!
Leviticus 23:3 “Work six days. The seventh day is a Sabbath, a day of total and complete rest, a sacred assembly. Don’t do any work. Wherever you live, it is a Sabbath to God.