from the git-go

from (the) git-go

mod. from the very start. (see also git-go, jump (street).) This kind of thing has been a problem from the git-go.
References in periodicals archive ?
Right from the git-go they become awestruck with the vastness of the show - they wander aimlessly from booth to booth with eyes like saucers and drool dribbling from the corners of their mouths - they ogle all the keen toys - and, at the very last moment, they frantically run around buying stuff and placing orders in a futile attempt to justify the trip.
If they just acknowledged there are secret things going on, from the git-go, 90 percent of the people looking at the base wouldn't be here.
What we always loved about New Wave was that it was sold out from the git-go.
In the interest of helping you avoid choices that are bad from the git-go, we asked human resources folks and headhunters to tell us the most foolish career choices people in health care have made since 1990.
From the git-go Our Man From Havana wanted everyone in attendance to know that he's still got the Angry White Man shtick going, left over from his oh-so-memorable performance during Mittens' presidential campaign.
He championed the Mesothelioma program from the git-go and has vowed to find the money to build it up.
And it will give an ambitious downtown development guaranteed cash flow from the git-go.
As for Petra Haden Sings: The Who Sell Out I found it annoying from the git-go, and not just because of the jingles.
Witness such pitiful constructions as "the greatest thing since sliced bread," "we knew it from the git-go," "he's arguably the best quarterback since," "in excess of.