Popularized by American "Old Western" films, where horses were the primary means of transportation. When someone saddled up their horse, it was often because they were about to leave. During the War Years in Brooklyn NY, this term would take on new meaning. The legendery FDNY Brooklyn dispatcher Warren Fuchs would let the fire companies know that the phone calls sounded good by stating "Saddle Up, Sounds like work"... there are no better words that you could hear while responding to a fire...Now that's salty...
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Big John Albanese on 10/27/2020 01:40pm
A really great tribute to Legendary F.D.N.Y. Dispatcher Warren Fuchs.