Hi.<...> When folks with a thirst did come in from the bus station for a beer or a highball, they sensed nothing out of the ordinary in the Falcon at all—there were a lot of guys, sure, but that was no different than thousands of workingmen’s bars all across the country. The clientele was gay, but gay was not a synonym for stupid. If they wanted a little outrageousness, they went to Portland. If they wanted a lot of outrageousness—Ramrod-style outrageousness or Peck’s Big Boy-style outrageousness—they went down to New York or Boston. <-----Excess quote removed by moderator (Florentia52)----->
This is from It by Stephen King. What do Ramrod-style and Peck's Big Boy-style mean?
Context: Falcon--a bar whose clients are gay.
Thanks in advance.
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