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OK... What in sam hell does "* G *" mean. I know people think I'm stupid for asking this , but I just gotta know.

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I didn't know either. I'm glad you had the balls to ask, I wimped out.
 

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Gee, all that time, I thought it meant "Giggles" or "giggling" Hahahahaha!

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I always said: "What in Sam Hill"...

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It is Sam Hill.
As in "what in Sam Hill!!!!"
Sam Hill was a great Confederate General

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Well , I guess I learned TWO things today.
And to think all this time I thought it was Sam Hell, DOH !!.

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There was a train named the Sam Hill that ran between Detroit and Port Huron. Thomas Edison sold newspapers on that train and supposedly had a lab set up in the baggage car. The "Sam Hill" train is (was) in the Ford museum in Dearborn, MI last I knew. Anyone know if it is still there? Just curious.

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