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Okay, you alll probably already knew it's based on Sam Hill but did you know there was a person named Sam Hill? He was a bit of an eccentric and was into all kinds of weird projects. He built a castle for his wife, Mary and also recreated a full size replica of Stone Henge. You can still see it today at Maryhill State Park near Maryhill, Washington, near the Columbia river.

Here's the state parks website:

http://www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Maryhill&pageno=1

Thought it might be interesting. Ever wonder what the term Doozy was based on?

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Doozy Dean?

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You are only a doofus until the next round...
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The old Dusenbergs - I saw it on some car documentary.

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Sam Hill was also a great Civil War General for the South.
He was one of the best the South had.

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