Did you wear green today?

Update: St. Patrick’s day was actually last Saturday, not today. “They” move the day around when it falls during Holy Week. I still enjoyed my corned beef and cabbage (actually saurkraut) for lunch today.

Post a comment with a link to your photo wearing green on or around the bike! This is the green Bike Hugger jersey from Byron the bike hugger dude.

Green jersey

St. Patrick’s day is, of course, in honor of the guy who brought Christianity to Ireland in the fifth century A.D. He was the British son of a deacon and grandson of a priest when, at age 16, he was captured and taken to Ireland as a slave. Several years later he escaped, returned home, became a priest and went back to Ireland as a missionary, where he imported thousands of plastic shamrock pins from China and perfected the creation of green beer.

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8 Comments

  • SiouxGeonz
    March 17, 2008 - 1:45 pm | Permalink

    When it fell on a Friday, folks here were allowed to eat corned beef and cabbage and go meatless another day. Sorta like indulgences, only different. (My Orthodox Jewish friends got a real kick out of that one.)

  • SiouxGeonz
    March 17, 2008 - 8:45 pm | Permalink

    When it fell on a Friday, folks here were allowed to eat corned beef and cabbage and go meatless another day. Sorta like indulgences, only different. (My Orthodox Jewish friends got a real kick out of that one.)

  • Paul Tay
    March 17, 2008 - 3:37 pm | Permalink

    St. Paddy's Santa in da HOUSE!

  • Paul Tay
    March 17, 2008 - 10:37 pm | Permalink

    St. Paddy's Santa in da HOUSE!

  • Yokota Fritz
    March 17, 2008 - 4:30 pm | Permalink

    Speaking of Jewish, I read that the whole tradition of eating corned beef started when the Irish in NYC learned about corned beef from their Jewish neighbors. They liked it because it reminded them of Irish style bacon which wasn't readily available in the USA.

  • Yokota Fritz
    March 17, 2008 - 11:30 pm | Permalink

    Speaking of Jewish, I read that the whole tradition of eating corned beef started when the Irish in NYC learned about corned beef from their Jewish neighbors. They liked it because it reminded them of Irish style bacon which wasn't readily available in the USA.

  • bikesgonewild
    March 17, 2008 - 6:04 pm | Permalink

    …ah sure, an' as denis leary points out about his wee fine ancestral home of eire'…
    …they let themselves starve ta death during the potato famine, an island surrounded by a sea full of fish…

    …here's to ya, me boyos…

  • bikesgonewild
    March 18, 2008 - 1:04 am | Permalink

    …ah sure, an' as denis leary points out about his wee fine ancestral home of eire'……they let themselves starve ta death during the potato famine, an island surrounded by a sea full of fish……here's to ya, me boyos…

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