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Laurry:
For the record, "sammich" is a common southern word with roots all the way back to that first reddish-colored neck.  It is used to describe anything placed between two slices of bread, (or sometimes a "jam" sammich, which is two plain pieces of bread "jammed" together)

OK, not sure about the roots or the color of the neck, but it is a common word in this part of the country, and carries no bad connotations.

........Laurie

P.S.  Great job, Joey...please continue to write as you speak, and speak as you please.

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