te-wa wrote:Fishing Pole. NO, you hang a flag on a Pole, you fish with a Rod.
Tough_Boots wrote:If you spell fishing the correct southern way fishin', then pole once again becomes correct.
te-wa wrote:tin foal is the amount of young horses that are more than nine, and less than eleven.
te-wa wrote:me and friends always called it Mah-ZAHT-zal. seems the emphasis is on last syllable, which sounds odd. but then, Mad as Hell sounds even dumber. Mazatlan. same thing.
even better tho was Al's conversion from Sal-loh-may to the proper Sal-ohm.
azbackpackr wrote:Emphasis on last syllable would make it be Mah-zaht-ZAL.
joe bartels wrote:how is Tusayan pronounced
Sal-ohm? I thought I said Shalom. Oy vey what have I done. [insert Rabbi smilie here[/insert]te-wa wrote:even better tho was Al's conversion from Sal-loh-may to the proper Sal-ohm.
That's how my Tucsonian chef buddy says it. He won't recognize it if I say it right.azbackpackr wrote:AZ that I ever met, who was a local, (hunters, hikers, etc.) said it that way. They do in fact call them the "Galeros."
te-wa wrote:just as it seems to me to sound like "tay-wah" but the "t" is kinda dull, like a t+d together.
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