I wouldn't listen to the guy that says just shove all in preflop with AK. With such loose and bad players, it's easy to get max value when you make your hand so just wait and see the flop. Plus you know these guys most likely aren't going to fold pocket pairs preflop, so why risk flipping a coin for $100 when their money is so easy to get?
I think the best strategy is to have a super tight range in early position and a somewhat looser, but still pretty tight range in late position. KJ, AT etc. are insta-mucks in early position, along with small pocket pairs. Playing small pocket pairs in late position is ok if you think you have a good read on your opponents and can tell when they hit the flop or not. Otherwise stay away from small pocket pairs unless you are priced in to go set fishing. I think it's profitable to play most suited connectors and suited aces in late position IF you have good pot odds
. I wouldn't want to invest too much before the flop with these guys, unless I have AA-QQ. As for post-flop play, if you have a tight image, don't play too aggressive when you make your hand. Just make bet sizes that they can't resist calling. If they are betting every flop, check-call them on every street, and if you still like your hand on the river, bet big. Usually they can't resist calling the river weak when they've already invested a decent amount.
Also more importantly, pay attention to what these players are doing in hands even when you're not in them, and be really interested in seeing their cards at showdown because players like these are usually very easy to read and can be really fun to play against if you have tells
on them, and have a good idea of what they do in most situations.
This table may have a lot of variance and you will probably have some bad beats here and there, given they like to play every hand, but it should definitely be profitable in the long run. Good luck.