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"green green grass" Discussed on Pantheon
"I couldn't care less if I didn't have a friend accept people would say I was crazy a wooden because I need the money except the same folks would say I was lazy say Sour Grapes you can laugh and stare say sour grapes but I don't care. And I came home from work and there was a note in the front. Am it said fixture on Supper Bay by runoff? The Fuller? Brush man. Missed away, she used to yell at me the way she used to cuss in moon, and if I ever go out and get married again, I'll never leave my wife that. Was Four frigging? I look at things I wrote you know four weeks ago and I'm like this is trash. Say I'm trying to think if I've written a song when I was fourteen sounded like Barney the purple dinosaur likely out of you. You love me ATV's friends meeting. Can we up we just? recenter this conversation on the fact that somewhere in your possession is a list of seven hundred ways to talk about vomit. Yup Yeah Yeah. For a while we'll the thrill. Worked on something called the Big Book of bodily functions. Something like five, six, seven, hundred ways to save you in. Two hundred ways to poop and I don't I can't remember several hundred ways to save far burp all. I mean we were we were eloquent at fourteen I think. We made the video for behavior. Right. Yes. This is. Came up with the phrase your stomach is rubber. The potty is glue. We. Were shakes your. Shakespearian yes. Nearly we were we were yeah. We were really close to John. We were really just we're at and it's like it's like prime TJ to la like in that order. Yeah. And then like Dylan Christoffersen and who the hell else ever. He was also playing Guitar Bodice Time? Two thousand eighteen NPR interview with Terry Gross, Prin recalled teaching himself a singer pick while trying to emulate the Blues Country and Oak stylings of Elizabeth Cotton and Mississippi John. He said quote when I was fourteen years old at sit in the closet in the Dr in case I ever went blond to see if I could still light products it. Cheese crackers. Yeah. He also said he said in that interview it was a good thing that he learned to play without being able to see spenders or the Har- as his belly had gotten so big, it could no longer flying anyway which kind of starts a little peek into the humor that comes to a lot of songs despite the sometimes Dr Aims that he tackled. Still PRONTO CBS this morning in two thousand, nineteen that he really didn't learn to play the guitar properly until he was seventeen a from those dark closet sessions he said, he realistically could play two chords. He said he and his brother likes to play rebel. Rouser by Duane Eddy that was one of their big ones. what his brother Doug took up the fiddle. He needed somebody who could play rhythm guitar with him. So Prom court himself into the instrument a bit more at that time, and apparently got pretty good at it. The the funny thing about prime the more I read about him in the more interviews a lot. He's very self effacing. I mean. We're going to get into the the list of people who consider him the greatest songwriter ever. Kris. Kristofferson. At one point said, if God had a favorite songwriter, it's John Prime? That same quite a bit. But he he he always talked down his own abilities he was. Tickled to death in one interview us all that there. Youtube videos that say like learn to pick like John Prien, and he's like. I want to do that. In fact he said that. His all of his songs he's he thought sounded a lot like you said, I try to play in a debate and it would still sound like Iraq is. So, very horrible. Their self abasing duty Ma from even from an early age it sounds like. Upon graduating from high school to. His brother Doug's advice and got a job as a mailman. Those observational skills that he seemed to be born with which were likely fostered by both of his parents served him. Well, then as it is natural gift of crafting lyrics, he wrote a number of songs that going to be considered classics while delivering the mail in. Them in his own. Head. He said I wrote a lot of my first album on the mail route because there's not much else to do or mail route told NPR in two thousand seventeen. The best way to write a song is to think of something else, and then the solemn kind of creeps in the beginning makes no sense whatsoever it's just like rops and then all of a sudden I'll go into I'm an old woman named after my mother. Apparently when you deliver the mail back then they actually had these really giant the huge boxes that if it was raining, you could stop at and put your mail in so it wouldn't get wet. Sometimes, he said he would just sit in those and ran at scribbled lyrics. which although it was pretty interesting. They. Still have those. I I don't thinks I. Well because you know now most mail carriers are in. Jeeps or trucks or or whatever I think back then like they actually had like a giant statue over the back wall neuralgia for the most bar allow. Okay. Yeah. So if it was Ryan and you needed somewhere to kind of stick your mail so it wouldn't get you know soaking wet or whatever. Right In a grammys interview along with Artists Surgical Simpson a couple of years ago. Prime said, his songwriting was influenced the most by Chuck Berry actually, and also about the bluegrass music that he grew up listening to. He said his early songs quote had a very high body count. Like those bluegrass tunes that he heard in his youth ones where he said quote, a guy would drag his wife down by the river drown or shooter, and then go back to his mom's house wearing a bloody t shirt and thank he had a great day. which if you've listened to a lot of Beluga exactly pretty accurate. Fair. Records. The fair. Yeah. I mean because if you think alike. Something like Oh country bluegrass sounds like Green Green Grass Honam. It's such a pretty song as like yeah. No, it's really not read them. There's a lot of people dying in those songs. Contemporaries would be like Nick Cave. Right McKay even the bad seed somebody like that, right? Yeah. Okay. So. In late nineteen, sixty, six primes career careers a mailman took brief and unplanned date tour when he was drafted into the army. This. was during a time when the conflict in Vietnam and America's role in it were beginning to escalate. So if you got drafted than, you probably have a pretty bad feeling about where you're going you know. Luckily. For Prime, he wasn't sent to the frontlines of combat in Vietnam. He was instead sent to West Germany where he worked as a mechanical engineer. He apparently didn't speak much or very highly of his service telling rolling stone at one time that his contributions mainly consisted afloat drinking beer and pretending to fix trucks. but you know maybe and we'll get into this in a little bit as his first album comes out and and there's a song. That's one of his more famous I think seeing guys who did go to Vietnam who didn't get the break of being sent to West Germany or other places where there wasn't active combat going on, I think he because he he had a lot of empathy. He took note of that. And he he he saw that he knew that he was luck. You know he knew that. I hate to use the price but.
"green green grass" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"This sounds Super Boring for a college football game, okay? LSU's quarterback Tommy Hodson drove the team down the field before throwing an eleven yard, touchdown pass to Eddie Fuller on fourth down, and the lsu tigers upsetting number four auburn by a score of seven to six. Crazy right. No well. The Games name, which the earthquake game resulted from the reaction of the crowd after the final pass, which registered as an earthquake by a seismograph located in Lsu's how Russell Geoscience Complex get out. Get Out. So apparently like. The crowd went wild, just stop in and screaming and jumping, and whatever they won the game. They upset this team, and then like a couple of days later, somebody in like geoscience lab was like. And then they calculated it and figure it out. That is when it happened in a kind of like. Build itself up in lower like there's other. ESPN was on campus filming something like the next year and you know it came up and then it became this big lake. then. It really was at the time. It wasn't anything, but they refer to that as the earthquake game. And then last, but not least. The kick six, this took place on November, thirtieth twenty, thirteen. This is the Alabama Crimson tide, the Auburn Tigers so. It's the seventy eighth is bowl. It's like college. Big College Championship game featuring number one ranked in two time defending national champion Alabama Crimson tide as a ten point favorite. For ranked Auburn Tigers. So after falling behind the second quarter, and then again in the fourth quarter, Auburn rallied late to tie the game twenty eight to twenty eight with thirty two seconds remaining. After the next Kickoff Alabama quickly moved to the Auburn thirty eight yard line at which point. The clock ran out seemingly sending the game into overtime. But Alabama coach Nick Sabin challenged the timekeeping call, and after a video review, they put one second back on the clock. You're like okay one second whatever? Technically, so the Crimson tide lineup for potential game winning fifty seven yard field goal. They're like okay. Whatever like we could? If we don't make. Overtime right. Yeah, however, the kick was short. Auburn's Chris Davis, who'd been positioned near the goal line, caught the ball in front of the goal posts, and then he ran across the entire field through players from both teams, the opposite end zone, scoring the winning touchdown for Auburn on its last play the game. There's no time left on the clock. Obvious No. The runback was technically about one hundred nine yards. And is officially could only be considered one hundred. Return according to the NCWA rules, but this was like just apparently so impressive in the radio announcer was like. It's GonNa win the football. I hope you like on my impressions that was. Football game. No, it was just so like improbable that this this would've even happened, but ended up winning Auburn when the football game thirty four twenty eight on a hundred nine yard. Return for A. Field, goal. That was too short. Amazing, that's amazing so. Those are some football plays that I want. Those are great. Thank you so much. Fun like like watching the clips. Once again Steph just. In hearing like like when you hear like a really surprised announcer. It's the best so great, surely the best thing. All right so. So I was like okay. Not Everybody likes my sports. Not Everybody likes sports episode I was like. When I do quiz I WANNA do a quiz on like the opposite of football. Sure so, but I don't know what that is. WHAT'S THE What I thought about it I was trying to think is another sport. Is it lake laying on the couch like? So I. I asked a couple people. What's The opposite of football? So I texted my mom, and my brothers and I go. Hey, guys, quick question. What's The opposite of football? And my brother Billy. Responds immediately like I like this tech Scott sent two seconds later. Billy Response I. Said what's The opposite of football? Billy goes weird underground mine slave kid fights. Like. And what and my mom without acknowledging the answer says badminton. Okay. So. My. Mom's like what billy. Billy was like that's an open air. Though mom, and then he thinks, and he goes cave, snail racing would also so. Is My. My quizzes online weird. Minds leave kid fights and caves. No, it's not not at all But. Like the thought process behind that. He's his billy well. Football's out in the open on the Green Green Grass under the crystal blue sky, so you gotta take the opposite of that into account. and. My Mom's like I think. The beers melting your brain kid. Also. An idiot savant. He's an idiot savant I swear cave snail racing is the opposite of. it has been proclaimed. Honorable Mention I also asked our friend Andrew Gibson. Who has been on the podcast before I asked him. What's The opposite of football? and. He, said an original thirty five millimeter print of the film wild strawberries. Those. Those are your options. Anybody ever if this ever comes up. Those, you know what those are. The opposite of about what you let us by. The way tweeted us. We ask know what you think is the opposite of football. I'M GONNA PUT UP A poll. On twitter. And it's going to be. What is the opposite of football and I will provide all those answers. And you, our listeners will tell us yes, so. Keep an eye out for that, it will be on twitter today, so our quiz today is not is unfortunately not on the opposite of football because we couldn't figure out a you know a cohesive fission. This quizzes called flag on the play. It is a quiz on memorable flags of the world. Lauren said Shit..
"green green grass" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And August if you have hardy plants that look good and you can try to get him through the fall like hot peppers sweet peppers eggplant things like that small fruited tomatoes that will be fine but we start all over again fresh basically in mid August so you don't really need shade you know shade is for you for us for our convenience the big one one I have trampolines not backyards and you got these big patches of green green grass grows underneath all of these areas every time I've had a I've had a garden for fifteen years now Dantonio and everything get bait I mean we have heat that is relentless correct everything is current and and go to Lowes or home depot and they have all this stuff in the garden center you saying that you say that you can't ever say it it makes well I why does everybody always such selling is done everything under saying that because it's it's useful and it takes up a lot of the heat so all this stuff doesn't get bait and so if you have any experience with that well if you want to place a cloth if you want to put say cough look for green or black and usually it's on the it's sixty seven or seventy three percent at the most sixty seven to seventy three percent shake off a set up a good structure over it and then enjoy your icy underneath it as well during the summertime.
"green green grass" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
"On these fine spring mornings when the Great Gildersleeve has nothing much to do. He likes to go out and putter around the yard. He contemplates the flowers Myers. The butterflies inspects the blooms on his apple tree and marvels at the Green Green Grass. Gio is the place looks great and about once a year. He takes a look behind the garage view. My goodness place looks terrible. Trash accumulate lear. I pretty big pile breaking Leroy. Everything we want gets tossed behind the garage tar paper. Cardboard Boxes Shoes Shingles Leroy that my water bottle. Yeah the split. You sat on the night of the big freeze. Let's see wear the matches. Why not be boy scout tenure foot? I'll go ahead and light it. I just had a horrible sauce was born toward Mr Bullard House. Burn the TAR PAPER IN HOT WATER BOTTLE. Put them actually burnish. I remember the day you burn the old tired Mr born came roaring over. Did it that you shaking? I was not. I just came out without my sweater. You came more. I don't remember do because big water buffalo. I DIDN'T WANNA start trouble when you didn't resent that he called you a Nincompoop. Can't call me that Roy. Burn the pile gotta be keen may not be home anyway. Excelsior so things will start. They was going to make a lot of smoke. Mr Bullard smokey bear Leeli. We're not trying to antagonize these. Butch even looks like a bear. The smell coming across the street here. We go again because you are and on. Well he'd Better Watch. I've had about enough of him. I Don that'd be the biggest battle we ever. This is the most small you. I'm standing on my neighbor to get along with. Good Morning. Your name Laura. Don't you good morning? Are you upset about something? Well no but. Aren't you cost corn? Say all the tar paper for nothing. You mean you don't object all this smoke drifting over your way. Gildersleeve you do me an injustice. You speak of me as if I were a crotchety mean neighbor. Yummy all eyelid. That was a time when you irritated me not anymore. I'm in love with all the words L. Glad to hear it instability. Glad you're not offended. I just thought perhaps the smoking type paper or no no. No no no no no. As a matter of fact euless you came over to tell you. I think you're setting a fine example for the neighborhood. I like to see the community. Need looking and welcomes guiltlessly. Espn civility your Prince of Othello. Day Mr Bill Leroy. He called me a principal fellow named component.
"green green grass" Discussed on Does This Happen to You
"I love telling and sharing stories about the strange experiences my friends and I have while doing mundane things like grocery shopping. That's why this podcast features funny stories from fantastic writers about our daily anomalies a micro audio book about life and befuddle men. Just for you. Our story this week is from. Randy's blog on blogs spot from my little book and here is the Green Green Grass of home. Hate it always have. The fact is that I am allergic to cut grass really not enough to not have to do the job but it does. Era Tate. Me Beyond a mild allergy that sets one often a negative direction the realization. That one is doing the dumbest and most boring job in the world is probably the real reason for the feelings. I state this opinion with apologies to toll collectors and those who read patents for living. Of course I also offer my apologies to my brother in California and Arizona. Who have no idea what I'm talking about? The portion of the Earth on which you live is not afflicted with such items when all your lakes are dry. You certainly don't have to worry about a lawn. Let me help you understand. A lawn is a patch of green on the ground that surrounds a suburban house for reasons that are not apparent to me the peak altitude of that lively greenness must be kip somewhere under a height of three inches or the neighbors will become agitated. What cropper you grown over there fred. Lynn Alfalfa I wish Alpha Alpha would make a lot more sense. Did you know that ALFALFA has the highest feeding value of all common? Hey Crops and that I can look things up in wikipedia. Since this height is a requirement one needs to mow the lawn this entails passing a noisy smelly energy wasting and dangerous machine over every square inch of surface which is not occupied by flowers or Shrub that once made has painstakingly manicured to exact specifications that you the more operator do not understand but woe be unto the more operator who confuses these things with the lawn. The law needing mowing consists of grass. This is a low growing plant. That has a key distinction existing. Nowhere else in the plant. Kingdom it suicidal. It is always in need of attention so that it can continue its life water and fertilizer and pesticides and TLC often in the form of psychological. Counseling must be constantly applied less the grass wither and die. This is indirect weeds. Which are any plants not classified as grass flowers trees or shrubs? Weeds are survivors and thrive in spite of attempts to kill them. Hardy native plants every bit as Green as grass but somehow unacceptable floor. Racism is what it really is. Dandelions should be classified as pretty little flowers but they are misrepresented as the scourge of the suburbs because they usually choose to grow in spaces reserved for lawns. As the places to thrive and raise their family violets are weeds. Maple trees are wheat. And when you get right down to it. Giant sequoias are weeds. Unless they happen to fit into your garden of shrubberies like Ed Blythe Old Mansion in Rhode Island seriously. They're redwoods used as garden elements in Rhode Island. But that's a different story. My hatred of lawn mowing extends backwards in time to the day when my proud father determined that I had reached the age where I was responsible enough to do the mowing. I think I was twenty four nor maybe a little younger dad wouldn't get a powered rotary mower too dangerous. He said I wholeheartedly agree. I replied this job should only be done by trained professionals but dad didn't buy it instead he bought a real lawnmower. The push kind fully human powered. I managed to push that thing around our postage stamp size lawn without too much trouble. Even though I complained incessantly and I learned that leading the stuff grow too long actually made more work not less. Unfortunately we moved to a new yet unfinished house another long store. You won't be hearing today shortly after we moved into the trailer behind the uninhabitable behemoth. After the sighting went on dead determined that the rocky dirt field needed to be turned into a lawn and to his good fortune. There was a young boy to toil on this task while he was at work. The anointed area to become a lawn was huge. The House was on a double lot and soon there was a whole lot of Reagan going on eventually one pile of small rocks was carted away. A pile of mid-size rocks was made into the only stone fence on stone fence road and a few huge rocks. Stay right where they were for aesthetic reasons. The lawn was seated around them all was well except for one large dip in the front yard where the densely treed side yard drain to the street. Contrary to my sensibilities dad decided that the Small Canyon did not add character and needed to be filled. The huge truck dumped the soil near the top of the Canyon. Did I say soil? Dad Got robbed. It was all sand undeterred. Dad moved the wheelbarrow to the side of the pile and put a long handled shovel in my hands. I think he said Ding boy GIG so I dug and dumped doug and dumped and Doug and dump some more I never would've finished but onto consecutive weekends dead pitched in and finished off the pile grumbly about someone less energetic than himself as he worked the pile was gone. The seat went down and always will until it rained. Then I had to shovel the lawn back into place from the street where it ended up if I thought dumping wheelbarrows was a pain. The first time around my feeling was doubled as I had to. Horse the wheelbarrow up the hill to fill the canyon wants more. Additionally Dad's workload had intensified so he was not available to finish the job but I finally got it done then. The Lawn sloughed down again after another heavy rain so I found myself shoveling once more. How many times I going to have to do this? I wondered homer aired when he recorded the tale of Sisyphus. It was not a huge boulder. He pushed up the hill. It was wheelbarrow after wheelbarrow of sand. Only be washed back down each time. He thought he was finished. It essentially the grass took hold. And the wash outs stopped. That's when dad finally acquiesced to get a power mower I was thinking that I'd finally have a real more like most of my friends. Maybe even a writer but dad came home with the oddest power mower I ever saw. I didn't realize that they made real taipower mowers and it looked like these slab deb concoction that it was a push mower with a small guest engine. Welded to it at least heavy thing. Power the wheels as well as the real looking at the contraption. I realized that there was another car to be played. That just might get me out of mowing powers a scary thing and should be respected. Dan this is an impressive machine. And I'm happy you have provided it but you know how I love nature and when you get right down to it I really don't WanNA shred a toad. Alas now with this powerful machine sooner or later it will happen. And I just don't know if I could bear shredding towed you on the other hand are made of sterner stuff. So you should know fine said Dad. I couldn't believe my ears that it worked but then he added. But you won't be using the car. What no no car. I wouldn't want you to take the chance that you'd run over a bunny damn. I hadn't seen the car. Bunny Gamut coming. I had to give him credit even though as a teen was completely sure that everyone his generation was stupid. Maybe just got lucky regardless I pulled the starting cord and headed off over the greenery toads. Beware so why piloting the contraption. I had plenty of time to think about how much I hated mowing the lawn as I trimmed. That sloping expensive green over and over and over again one's mind drifts while doing a dumb and boring job. I even wondered how the activity came to be in the first place in a nutshell who came up with this crap. My extensive research has yielded the discovery of a manuscript dated Juno fifteen eleven detailing a conversation in the halls of Palazzo Vecchio when it was new of Oh in the Republika Florence. Here's the translation Niccolo. I'm afraid this rising middle class would create problems. They seem to be aspirational and have some means. I'm not sure what to do to keep them from interfering with my divine rights to power and wealth. He s sire. This is a problem however I believe there is a solution. And what might that be? Use their aspirations against them. Sire what do you mean? Since they covered the trappings of royalty. You need only to instill them with the desire to have the basis of them go on provide them with an ideal and they will waste their time and capital pursuing it. You have a staff of gardeners do not but of course you have been in my gardens the fine shrub so wonderful expenses of grass. The finest anywhere. Don't you think certainly sire they are fabulous and now you must use them. Bury the middle class in my garden. In a manner of speaking sire you will divert them from anything of consequence by merely holding up your lawn as the pinnacle of royalty and the most excellent symbol of privilege. And how do I do that? Indirectly in discreetly sire. What monarch would you say has gardens almost as impressive as your own? Why Do Komo Dana? Of course but not nearly as magnificent as my own precisely all you need to do is publicly inform. The Duke and the commodores will fall in line aspiring to be as the royals. What must I say to the Duke? Simply this sire. My grass is greener than yours. That can possibly work. They can't possibly be such couch sheep. Oh Sire you give them far too much credit. They will acquiesce. I can see legions of them. Not only futilely striving for your level of excellence but competing with each other. He pondered and then smiled. I'll do it so much benefit for such a small bit of. Guile you know Mac. You should try to book. Perhaps my prince perhaps but leave out the part about the lawn..
"green green grass" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Any satisfaction? Because in cases like this, no one wins. Police say shooting at someone else when he had no son in the chest. Nineteen year old man was also shot, but survived brisker signed an executive order to make sure every Illinois and his counted in the twenty twenty cents is used to determine how federal funding is divided up among states for vital services, like health care road, construction, and education. So billions of dollars in federal funding are on the line. Stay could also lose representation in congress. New state budget includes twenty nine million dollars for the new census office and community outreach, and the head of the own gaming port is step down after four years attorney down, Tracy was named chairman by then governor Bruce rounder and early twenty fifteen router cited Tracy's acumen as an attorney and business owner his resignation comes as Pritzker is expected to greatly expand gambling in the state authorizing new land based casinos in several cities, including Chicago, a spokesman for the governor said Thursday, a replacement would. Be named soon Don club in WGN news. And it's time to check WGN sports right now. Here's Mr. Mark. Thank you. Roger, good morning and good morning to your newest Chicago bull Koby white scored more points as a freshman than Michael Jordan did at North Carolina. Happy about this. They needed a point guard. I, I like him. I like him a lot. He's his father passed away, Steve. He's planned for his dad, has hash tag on Twitter FM for my father is dead recently dead. I had a couple years ago, interviewed him before the draft great kid, he fits any little bit of a score. I point guard. Both got a lot of guys who wanna shoot the basketball, but I do like the pick a lot. I sent he would have picked somebody else. I you know I try to hit home runs in life. Steve Sekou Doumbia who went fifteen overall. Yeah. And again, if you had the sake of debris, get to a doctor immediately. It's nothing but this this, this fits the need, and we'll hear from John Paxson coming up a little bit. Later on the show and seems like the bulls are going to be very active in free agency and don't get the same job. John, welcome to the show. Good morning over there, buddy John's laughing because he's had. He knows painful look sake. Eighteen years old could shoot. It could drive it. That's about to seven. Yeah. You don't wanna get the sake, then you're, you're absolutely right. All right. Let's visuals. Also draft second in the second round Daniel gaffer number thirty eight six Levin. Big men out of Arkansas cubs winner over the Mets seven to four your other favorite guy. Steve Edberg AL's away, big night for the rookie and abandoned, Ed renounced dominate worst band names, ever, by the way. Retired twelve and thirteen metres. He faced last night. Steve. Abner. Egbert edberg. Yeah. Because I wanted to name him Egbert, right? Right. Right. You know he's these the first cub Fisher to get a win in his first. It is big league debut Newburgh hundred pickup. No Ryan O'Malley. No. They went to Steve. She sees check in the nine over and hunting is not exactly. No over at Humperdinck was a singer in the seventies jump. Yeah. Long. Tom Jones contemporary, yeah. Inglewood humperdinck. His name is Engelbert, Humperdinck a real person. Not his real name to women went nuts over. Mary, not me. Mary that she went nuts over del women. My mother had a crush on really my mother. My mother's name was, was Sonja. She wanted to be Sonia. Humperdinck is girl. Is there Google images of Humperdinck than I could check out this handsome man? Song raindrops book. No. That's not true. Mary was fixed song was drudgery. No. He didn't sing raindrops. Did he? Between greengrass? Green green grass was that Tom Jones. Release me, please. Release me was that. Or let me just like it sounds. We'll get back to Humperdinck in a moment comes around was he drafted Humperdinck? Seventh round draft pick Humperdinck cubs are rolling rigged twenty six and twelve now. And yes, they will be back there today. One twenty game Mets in the Cubbies you Darvish. We'll start White Sox rough yesterday there Texas tonight. I'm are Carmen WGN sports. Get to old navy today. All t's all shorts and.
"green green grass" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Yes. Went up and up the steps that I looked and saw that green green grass, and I says, wow, you're right. Yeah. Here. I am just a kid in Fenway. It's a baseball community. And it's with that sense of community that they gather around the television and opening day and share the start of another season from Lynn curls Stevens WBZ Boston's News Radio or tonight that chief's fan who allegedly shine a laser at Tom Brady during the AFC championship game has been identified. Kansas City star reports wine Morgan's been given a ticket for disturbing. The peace and faces up to a year in jail or a fine up to one thousand dollars. Pats went on to win the game and not and then one Super Bowl fifty three. A new indictment of the college admission scandal sixteen parents, including actress Laurie Lachlan now facing a charge of money laundering conspiracy. Meantime, actress, Felicity Huffman, who's agreed to plead guilty in the case now scheduled to enter her plea next month in Boston federal court the Rhode Island man accused in the disappearance of Jesse Korea pleads not guilty Jesse Korea vanish, we'll celebrating her birthday venue nightclub. In Boston days later police pulled over Lewis Coleman and Delaware and his body was in a suitcase in his car. Coleman was in an orange prison jumpsuit and shackles at rattled Eze consulted with his attorneys. He said he understood the charges against him. He said he understood the possible consequences life in prison or the death penalty. He smiled and laughed with his attorneys before the US marshals took him away at south Boston federal court. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio in New York City some opposition to the mayor's decision to declare a health emergency and certain zip codes in Brooklyn because of a measles outbreak. There's a risk of a one thousand dollar fine public health officials find someone doesn't have the vaccine in sections of Williamsburg, this woman said she would find the money to pay the fine preventative measures are not a reason to inject toxins into my child's body held. The visuals don't want the virus to spread and don't want people to have measles parties as a way of gaining immunity giddy. Disagrees. My.
"green green grass" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Heard in your life is going to a new survey songs have gotten more depressing as time has gone on. See what happens when buddy Holly dies? Let's talk to one on seventy eight a New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey what? Steve. Same here, my friend. How are you? So far, so good. It was written for the movie or before the movie, it was it was for the Highlander movie. I think it was called who wants to live for everybody Queen. That's a good one. Yeah. I never heard it. I should here. Yeah. Let's you. Wraps queen. Did it? It's gotta be great who wants to live forever by Queen. Right. I like that one good. The main theme of the movie Highlander that that was that. What was that the one with Sean Connery? It was Sean Connery. No, no, Sean Connery. Well, Sean Connery was one of the main characters at the beginning. But it was also another main actor, I don't remember his new somebody the movie was all about, you know, these people that were invincible, and they keep chopping heads to, you know, you know, immortal, something okay, sounds like radio. I gotta check it out. Thanks for the call to New Jersey one point five was it you somebody who played the lead in Highland there. This is the first Christopher Lambert. Are they tried to TV show is well why Debbie they spun that off into a syndicated like when Lorenzo lamas was doing renegade. Highland. There was also running. I'm one of those networks, let's go to pizza Neptune. Joanne. Thanks for taking my call. I just deliver to pepperoni pizzas. Smell the car? Less people just get in the car and take a deep breath and then go outside, absolutely. As you be good. You know, cough fresheners like instead of having. You just have like pepperoni Mozart. Al New Jersey's work. What is your song? Ghetto? Well, it's not a love song. But I mean, I like the song, but it is depressing bohemian rhapsody. You know, what it kind of is depressing? Guys. Hi. Yeah. With that. I definitely agree with that. I hold on Joanna. We're put you on hold. I'll tell you one that I got as this goes way back Tom Jones. Okay. The green green grass a home. I don't know if I don't know. It's you gotta go back. It's like nineteen sixty five or something like that. But it's all about you know, down the lane. Here comes. Goal. The hair golden. And it's such a beautiful song. And then he gets her last verse. And you realize that, you know, he's going home to see Mary, but he's going home because they're going to hang them and lay him Neath, the green green grass a home. Wow. That's a did not see that minors. Mandolin rain. Hornsby song. Right. Hate Bruce horns, okay. Me. But it's just it's just between the lyrics and how the music song. I never really got into that deep. It's it's very depressing. Probably all Davis. I go crazy. Okay. Right. The one well, she's gone HOA notes. But that's a great anything. Dan fogelberg? Does I think that's why he died young? He was so for you. I feel six I actually put this question out the two of my good friends, and they both came back with tears from heaven. Oh, yeah. The story. And that's the thing when you really factored all in imagine. Like, here's the thing. But you imagine writing that and then living it and then going out having to performance, and I couldn't do it's.
"green green grass" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Representative armstrongadvisorygroup security America companies are unaffiliated representatives of security America. Do not offer legal advice always seek the advice of a professional familiar with the laws in your state Kunar morning. Six is one of the most naked power grabs in human history right now. W R K O just get the green green grass. Because of. Wife just texted me and said what does her house smell like? I assume you know, what it's like, what do you want me to tell you? I think we know you know, what it smells like it, smells like money. She's raking it in hand over fist. I mean. Nine seven eight Texan lightning. I am L A O at work listening to this followed by different. One v. I can't listen to this nonsense. I'm sorry. I gotta leave. It's not for everybody moves, folks. It's gonna be a mix of reviews here. Let's see this is nine seventy. I'm not into reality shows at all. But I'm telling you that one would work. She's unbelievable. My only thing with her like if Hollywood gets their hands on her two they change your somehow come like this jaded business person. I hope not. I mean, I was cracking a black and during that unbelievable. She's a grandma is the Dingle berries. Thank God me so up so much. I'm in the studio like crying lightning. Cake topper, I could pull it. I know you like to let the no they're not. No, that's definitely not happening. I'm sorry. Look, I may have to get you something as a wedding gift. Even think about it. A poo poo platter. Even. Platter? You don't have a good time. Peace in your house. How about a Pooku clock, or what did she call it a coup block, or whatever, I don't know? But don't even think about it. Then between each number. There's a little clump of moose. I'm telling you live in New Hampshire, and what do you mean? It's not for you. Try talking to the fiance about it because I'm afraid he might be into call a towel Hampshire. She's now using cow poop, we can make this happen to me. I love it Mary. You were fantastic. Hey when we come back from move.
"green green grass" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"We got a couple of tweets over the last couple of weeks one right after the Nebraska game from Brendon, big, slow mic tweeted in to us. He said, had the time of my life with my son at his first Michigan game traveled up from Alabama and proceeded to cry during pre-game through kickoff. I was home. Thank you coach. Thank you, Michigan. I remember the first time going to the stadium and it was a kid I can remember. I just can't imagine all these kids at five, six, seven, eight, ten, twelve, whatever the age is. It could be thirty. The first time you go and you walk through the tunnel and you come out and the stadium opens up and there's something magical about that place Jack as you as. As you go through life, there are experiences like that. I can recall back in one thousand nine hundred forty nine little town at crest line dead takes us to municipal stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. They were good. They had won the World Series in forty eight. We had watched the Indians play on black and white. You had just the grays and the blacks and the whites, and you watch the these Indian games. And then I remember walking into the stadium behind the backstop and looking out and seeing this green green grass, beautiful green grass on television. You never saw it that way. I saw these white Cleveland, the Indians the same script Indians that they have across their chest. Now in bright, bright red. I mean, it had such a tremendous impact. The player's number four, Jim Higa, and the catcher. You saw him and you realize that that was the guy that you saw on television knows moments in my mind or as if they were yesterday in the description that you dismayed of those fathers being with their sons and daughters. When they walk into that stadium, now they don't black and white television anymore. But to me, the emotion, the crowd, the bay and the excitement of a of a university of Michigan football game. It's something that will be with them forever and selling. That's actually going to be in many ways. Obviously, these things are immortalized, but there's a new documentary coming out that I know you were a part of Jim was a part of and some others football's Valhalla. There's Bob EUFOR documentary that's debut in town this week, and it'll be released in December. But I was thinking about this because we talked to the guy who put the dog, the producer and director of the documentary. And at that point time, Michigan played maybe one game or two games on TV. So even the home games, if you weren't going to the game, you only could hear the descriptions from Bob EUFOR and then Sunday you make that first trip to the stadium and all of a sudden you're going in and seeing all the. Those things that he described. So you're not even seeing it in black and white. You're hearing it on the radio, and then you get to walk into the stadium and see it for the first time. That was another great, great medium. You listen to it and you magin what it must be like. You imagine walking to your magin the ball being hit and and it was good for you division is and to see those things and put yourself in that place that time a magical time and somewhat lost now with not listening to a Bob you for not listening to walking into a stadium seeing on television senior person. We also got a tweet from Bryce and bam, fifty eight. And he said, the only thing that gets me through Tuesday's is the new at AD podcast. Love listening to Jack Jim, and I are talk about life, family and football..
"green green grass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For my favorite morning of the year sitting on the covers are over the green green grass of center court but coming off shortly the roof is a roof is open it's a beautiful blue sky this morning fantastic setting for the start of the fortnight of tennis hair talk more about that through the morning here on newsday i first of all let's update you on the pig news from the nba in the last couple of hours his future had been up in the air but now it has been sorted and for big money lebron james has signed a four year deal with the la lakers which means he's leaving the cleveland cavaliers he decided to become a free agent who of course he took yet again to the nba finals this year only to go down to golden state warriors important move for lebron but an important move for the lakers as well but is it worth one hundred and fifty four million dollars michael singer is the basketball reporter for usa today the first thing you have to know about lebron james is that any nba team would have offered him this exact same deal if he wanted to go there lebron james has become such a gravitational force in the nba that if any team if he has an interest in any team any team will move mountains to try to get lebron james he will be worth that amount ten i don't wanna say tenfold but he will be worth that amount in especially because he will be in los angeles significantly bigger market then cleveland was lebron james has a home there he has business ventures there he has media ventures there he has he's been in motion pictures there is an entire empire lebron to sort of flourish in los angeles when he ultimately moves there for the upcoming season and that simply was not there for cleveland so in terms of the actual monetary value as crazy as it is to say lebron james is actually worth that amount that's my coaching about the only thing he didn't mention was they on court action but there are no doubts from former lakers star carrying abdul jabbar who said on social media the acquisition of lebron james means that the lakers are just a smidgen away from being real contenders we shall say heroin but it is all set for the start of the championships as i said a beautiful morning roger federer and serena williams amongst those in action later on talk more about that in the next here on the program but in half and we're going to russia where i suspect a few people haven't yet made it back to bed after the host nation got through to the quarter finals of the world cup penalties against spain sees the former champions going home their departure marks the last international action for the great entrees in the ester who announced his international retirement after the game and more penalties last night croatia squeaking through against denmark the a remarkable action at russia two thousand eighteen continues and as i say we'll talk to our correspondent alex capstick in russia looking head to brazil mexico later as well in half and ask time now many thanks let's hear from russia the biggest surprise of the world cup so far twenty ten champions spain not out by the host nation in in russia it's not just the national football team that's enjoying unexpected success so are the authorities for them the world cup is turning into a public relations coup in the russian capital been partying all night as you heard.
"green green grass" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"The oh hometown looks the same as us from the train me is my mom down the road runs mary lips like cherries it's good the green green grass yes they me it's good the green green grass of the oh still standing this indra olo tree on down the lane sweden hair and lips like cherries it's good to touch the green green grass of home then i awake and look around at these gray walls and i realized that there's a guard and there's a saddle welcome neighboring when again green grams of home come see me the green green grass.
"green green grass" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Will return and share book on the yeah so we'll be what is your dvd umbrellas of sherbrooke is definitely worth seeing i'm going to skate completely off piste here or ski peace rather and choose something that's not on the list but is i next okay which is a unique books early who fan films which is a he's a taiwanese filmmaker who recently had the assassin you can't think it was two or three years ago that was really intensely beautiful martial arts period saga he'll drives the film called three times his early work from that from the eighteenth is basically on in this country on this early hoesch box set aims to correct i've only seen one film in it which is the boys from from quaid there's also cute girl on the green green grass of home but the boys from quaid is so beautiful and just completely it miraculously absorbing piece of filmmaking i'm desperate to see these other two three young men who live in a remote fishing village they make the big city decided to lord up all lots together but instead the himself maturing through encounters with romance and crime and responsibility of working things the details of nineteen eightythree time city life art exquisitely attended to such a great observational filmmaking style that who developed not point in his career that really really rings i in films like end in three times i am very very very keen to revisit the other two to to discover the first two as i say unto revisit the start one as well so that's my pick is not on the list insert play and specifically the boys of fung quay is the one that i've seen.
"green green grass" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The cat put the cat on top of the dog and the dog run around with a stuffed cat boy that is a true story i mean the cat really did die three days before we were going to appear on bozo what do you think that did to my psyche that was twenty five years of therapy just that one bill handel tomorrow at six ero golden the green green grass kfi am six forty more stimulating talk hey wednesday bill handel he's gonna be doing his show i'm gonna come in visit with him as i always do from nine thirty to ten four handle and the house was for you know bill handel has some plastic grass at the persian palace this is true this is not a secret we talked about it this week on the air and because marjorie is a fan of the show i'm trying my best marjorie are you listening let's talk let's get rid of that plastic and let's go with the native bent that's all i'm saying right now i'm just saying it okay also friday gary and shannon it's diy fridays with gary and shannon from eleven to eleven thirty and yes what jimmy pardo from diamond bar was the first caller in the winner of our pair of opening day dodger stadium dodger tickets so congratulations jimmy if you don't have somebody to go with give me a call time for dodger.
"green green grass" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Deal hometown looks the same as step down on the train to me is my mom and pop and and go mike cherries it's good to touch the green green grass yes the to me arms reached smiling sweetly it's so good to touch the green green grass oh deal house is still standing though the pain is cracked and dry and there's that old tree us down the lane sweden maybe goal and lips like cherries it's good to touch the green green grass oh then i awake and look around me at these four gray walls that surround me and i realized that i was only dreaming for there's a guard and there's a sad old padre arm in arm we'll walk at daybreak when qin i'll touch the green green grass of home all that tree as the the green green grass of.
"green green grass" Discussed on WGTK
"To itself men it is color nicos system today we are talking to tear a little feel and she knows that this world a plant sus an exactly a perfect world but as the state bond inched with the kentucky state nature preserves commission we will probe into what's good in bad in which threatening this green green grass of home tara welcome thank you for having me i can walk outside guy with my wife down the street in she asked me who country is that what kind of plant is that that i will say i have no clue who are moammar law and i've trim by hedges think i have a maple tree the front yard too you're talking to somebody is clueless so forgive me you know plants probably better i guess than anybody in the in the status that a fair assumption probably most what's wrong with greenery in this scenery you've heard that a million times yes yes my powerpoint scientists well and i want to talk about what as we look out on the hill side of the force to the field or people's backyards and say what is there what shouldn't be what's in produced so i'm curious about these things into helped me with a couple of definitions up front botany verses horticulture versus somebody likes to garden arrays flowers well botany is just the general term for the study of plants and there's there's all different kinds of planned to you could study you could steady horticultural plants keno landscaping gardening and you can study native plants and like that's what i do i am a specialist in in the native plants have kentucky so there's a whole different type two plant site that you can study if someone is into horticulture being in that horticulture is is more of the you know the study of using plants in in gardening and landscaping men in you can use nonnative plants from all across the world and in horticulture and and it sits definitely becoming more popular to start using native plants in in landscaping and and horticulture as well the exotic plants is a term that comes up and mentioned this on other shows that the term exotic if you use if you have an exotic car or if you have.
"green green grass" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"To torture and sella bear with me what what were watching is new york fed president bill deadly and he's visiting the green green grass of his home district there it is and he was speaking earlier today so what our this week is not so much about the i've tried to work in what's new pussycat and i just couldn't figure out how to do dad why is lacking creativity what's new isn't maybe it's not new for mr deadly he's pretty confident about this expansion says what we can go even longer right he thinks that can go for a good while longer and he thinks that the fake can stay on track which you know he's been on the dovish end of the spectrum out what will be even more telling if just a little bit later today at the seething in fact charles evans of the chicago fed debt speaks at the money marketeers here in new york and he is as dovish if not slightly more so the new york fed president dead deadly cell were kind of watching those comments to see how on board lord the devasar because the announcement last week was that little bit striking from the fed it it seemed up on the aggressive side especially if they want to balance sheet runoff to be operating passively in the background in philly fed president haarder talked about watching paint dry and i think we're risking a jackson paul oic esca paint drying session here if the fed is moving its aggressively as they signalled not so much a at the onset of the unwind dead but we're talking about a runoff caps of thirty billion for treasuries and twenty for him bs when this thing is that fullspeed in that on top of three or four rate hikes from the fed in konomi that has yet to prove that it's going to accelerate beyond two percent growth and i just wonder if we can handle that degree of normalization because mean the trade on the other end there's enough to support a trade on the other end well that's a question you have an economy meandering along at two percent in you know there there's no indication that things are going.