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I found this site while the 1911 Forum was offline for a few days this past week. Glad to see there's yet another place to hang out with fellow 1911 aficionadoes. There never can be too many. :)
 

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Welcome, I think you may enjoy this one the best, but it is still growing.
 

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Hi dsk, glad you finally made it.
 

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Welcome to the forum dsk!!!:smile::smile:
 

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Hello dsk, glad you made it. We've only started in mid november and had a couple of tranitions, but we are growing.
 

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Thanks, guys. I'll probably be hanging around mostly in the Colt and USGI sub-forums, since that's where my primary areas of interest lie.
 

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Welcome, Glad to see another familiar name. Tracy
 

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For those not keen on the inside joke, one of our former governors was a liberal named Mike Lowry. His tendency to pronounce the state "Warshington" drew jokes from pretty much everybody in the media. I once had a school teacher who did the same thing.
 

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My mother pronounces wash sorta like that, sounds like worsh. She also says aigs for eggs, laigs for legs and a few more things. She is the only one in the family that talks like that and nobody in her family does or did. Nobody knows where she got it from, My grandmother when she was alive did not know either.
 

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I heard it growing up in Md, living next to "Warshington".:wink: Tracy
 
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