Happy Holidays to all !!!

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Happy Holidays.....Merry Christmas to everyone here on PWN and also the pressure washing industry in general.

God Bless this GREAT LAND of ours!
 
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Very cool John. Didn't know you and your wife were in the Ramones. :)

Regardless, have a rocking Holidays and the best New Years ever !
Yup me and Joey Ramone(RIP) are forever brothers from the CBGB days[whatup] Actually I never met them in peson but I loved the Ramones and seen them a few times in the 70's and 80's from NY city(The Ritz) to VA when I was in the Military. There's a reason why Bono from U2(Also played at the Ritz when they first came to America) says his band was heavely influenced by the Ramones which I get. Little info about the Ramones--Nobody had that last name...until they got into the band:)
 

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Merry Christmas

Wishing all of our friends at the PWN a Very Merry Christmas


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Happy Holidays Mark and everyone! Fix'in to get ready to eat some bird and all the fix'in's...mmmm...is it proper english to say "fix'in" in the same sentence? :)
 

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It is in the south.
I recken so....Bettye said it was okay to say that...she is from Louisiana. She did say however it is not proper english to say 'fix'in in the context of ordering a specialty coffee. An example would be, "I am fix'in to have a grande lattee with an extra shot of soy milk". Also she said the word "omelet" has 2 meanings in the South.

1. Something your order for breakfast
2. Something you say to someone, such as "Omelet you slide this time" :)....just saying!
 

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