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Ready or not my boys and girls, March is here and so is St. Patrick’s Day. Wipe off your beads from last month’s Mardi Gras, grab your green, gird your liver and your loins and let’s get it on!  Season is about to kick our butts and we need to take a deep breath and prepare for the onslaught of it. It’s gonna be a great year!!

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   When you think of St. Patrick’s Day, you probably think of green beer, shot glass necklaces that say “Kiss Me I’m Irish,” and everybody talking about how Irish they suddenly are. That’s all well and good, but I bet you don’t know much about the holiday’s origins, or the saint it celebrates. Well, take off that stupid hat, stop talking like a leprechaun for a second, and educate yourself a smidge.

   St. Patrick, considered the patron saint of Ireland, was actually born in Banna Venta Berniae, a town in Roman Britain, sometime in the late 300s AD. That’s right, Patrick wasn’t Irish. And his name wasn’t Patrick either—it was Maewyn Succat, but he didn’t care for that, so he chose to be known as Patricius down the line. He actually had many monikers throughout his life: he was known to many as Magonus, to others as Succetus, and to some as Cothirthiacus. But we’ll just call him Patrick since everybody else does. Has a nice ring to it...

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