There was a character on an old western TV show called Bonanza that was named Hoss. Pretty big guy who was kind of "simple". Not sure if that's what he's referring to or not though.akshunj said:
I searched it on Google and found this, among many other sites with stories about horses: "And when you read the quotes in this accounting, keep that auditory imagination in gear, and you’ll hear strong Yankee accents – whoff, for example, meaning wharf; bawn meaning born; hoss meaning horse; bahn meaning barn; and that’s just a small sample."akshunj said:
Here in Texas it is used quite often...on the same lines as dude, bud, partner and cheif.akshunj said:
Which aircraft? I was API Avionics on the F111 when I was in back in 1990. Don't hear of many avionics guys on the board.akshunj said:I'm in the Air Force (ANG) and I'm @ the rock right now in Kuwait. I've been doing this crap all year and this is it for me. I did a rotation at Al Udeid, then K2 (Uzbekistan) and then two rotations here at Salem. My orders end Jan. 5th. I can't wait. I'll be home next week. Oh yeah, 2A173, Comm/Nav Avionics. I knew you would ask. LOL..