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"It's my last name, I've always had it," he said, of the name with German roots, that he pronounces as "Oss-men."
Could also be a reference to sweetbreads which is an organ meat typically from veal or lamb. It’s the meat from the thymus gland and pancreas. Breaded and deep fried they are to die for, one of the great delicacies of the world.No pic. Often on my way to work heading SB on 138 in Dighton I pass a guy driving a Crown Vic (or Gran'Mah'Kee) northbound with SWEETBREAD in the tint-area of his front windshield. Not sure if that's his nickname or he's a Portuguese baker or if he just really likes sweet bread. I chuckle about 3x a week at it.
The reporter that wrote the article on Dave Assman's license plate once competed in a "Nailed It" event.
More here:"It's my last name, I've always had it," he said, of the name with German roots, that he pronounces as "Oss-men."