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"ham jackson" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Just as so. I promised you may be my favorite patriotic song. That wasn't it. That was a bump but this patriotic song is actually by a man. You know as a singer but it is spoken word and without getting into the ins and outs of radio. If we started a segment with spoken words some of you wouldn't rejoin from the commercial break until a few seconds in in you might miss the opening part which turns out to be very important. I let me tell you what's going on the year. This is recorded. It was nineteen seventy four. John are cash known to the world is johnny but his wife and friends never called him. That is forty two years old. He has recorded forty six albums. Already processes forty six albums. His forty seventh would be in my opinion one of his most meaningful because it transcended just music. It showed where he was where his head was his love of the natural environment. His love of trees streams in greenery and nature. He was no wack job environmentalists. He loves the great outdoors and he wanted you to know it. Nineteen seventy four also. Was the year that the man who had invited him to the white house was in a whole lot of trouble and watergate was in full swing and the nation was undergoing a real challenge a crisis of confidence. Could our president be a crook. He said he wasn't but it was a bad bad time. Our economy was beginning to stall we were mired in vietnam. It just didn't seem like the american promise was working out the way it was supposed to. johnny cash. Wanted to remind people that we are a great people a proud people and so he sat down and pinned a song. That again is really more spoken-word much as red so vine did the pledge of allegiance. And i gotta tell you it of all the wonderful johnny cash music. The prison concerts and what that meant at the time. The reason he's called the man in black the love songs for june carter cash who he just adored. I gotta tell you this. This is as good as anything he ever did. It was what the nation needed in nineteen seventy four. And i dare say it's what the nation needs today. It's a reminder of what our flag means what it stands for. I don't care if it's manufactured in china it's the pan tone colors that you can choose woven into cloth whether that be cotton or polyester whether it be something you could put in your pocket or wear on your shirt or hang from top a car dealership. It represents something that combination as it waves or on a wall. When george foreman a young man won the olympics sixty eight was a young man from the streets of houston born in. Marshall raised on that rough streets of houston and he tells the story. I'm not speaking out of turn. He had a lot of problems he was trying to figure it all out rough rough upbringing. He'd had some some behavioral problems and when he won gold just as in nineteen thirty. Six jesse owens saluted while the second place finisher put the nazi salute up. He saluted the american flag as they played our national anthem. He saluted that flag and everything. It stood for a nation that had come through slavery and jim crow and segregation and was working hard and continues to be a better country. That's what he saluted. And when george foreman pulled from his from his boxers from his boxing shorts an american flag and ran around. They couldn't believe a black man in sixty eight was not raising the black power. Salute was showing the american flag because he was proud to have one for america. That's what this song by. Johnny cash means to me. That's what that flag means to me and here we are forty seven years later. Eighteen years after we johnny cash. And i gotta tell you which july fourth upon us if this doesn't stir passion for the country you call home. I don't know what does so the next time you look at that red white and blue. I hope you think of the words of johnny cash. I walk through a county courthouse square on a park bench and old man said in there. I said you'll courthouses kinda run down. He said now it will do for our town. I said you'll flag pole is leaning a little bit. That's a ragged old flag hanging on. He said had a c. And i said out. Is this the first time you've been to our little town. I said i think it is. He said. I don't like to brag for. We're kind of proud that ragged old clay. You see we got a little hole in that flag there when washington took it across the delaware and it got powder burns the night that the francis scott key said watching it right and say can you see and it got too bad. Rip in new orleans. Packing ham jackson tug at it seems almost fell at the alamo beside the texas flag. She waved though she got caught up with a sword at a chance lewisville and she got cut again at shiloh hill. There was robert e lee. Laura garden brag and the south wind blew hard on that ragged old flag on flanders field in world war one. She got a big hole from birth ago. She turned blood red and world war two. She hung limb and low timer. She was in horia viet nam. She went where she was saying by uncle sam. She waves from our ships on the brian foam and now they've about quickly back here in our own good land here. She's been abused he's been burned. Dishonor denied refused and the government of you stand is scandalized throughout the land. And she's getting thread there. She's wearing thin but she's in good shape she choosing co she's been through the five four and i believe she can take a whole lot more so we raise her up every morning. We take down every night. We don't let her touch the ground and we boulder up run on second thought. I do like to brag..
"ham jackson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"America will celebrate her two hundred forty fifth anniversary now for many of us the fireworks and backyard. Barbecues will be especially sweet or spicy perhaps however you like it. It is a free country but especially so because maybe covert wiped your plans out last year so to mark this special occasion we have to musical selections to share the first is ragged old flag by johnny cash. Cash wrote the piece in nineteen seventy four at the height of the watergate scandal. He later said he wanted to reaffirm faith in the country and the goodness of the american people despite the painful political turmoil. The second song is a rendition of god. Bless america by the dallas based acapella. Group king's return happy independence day. I walked through a county courthouse square department engine. Oh man sitting there. I said you'll courthouses kinda run down. He said now it will do for our little town. I said you'll flagpole is leaning a little bit that's a ragged old flag. He got hanging on. He said have a c. And i said out is. This is the first time you've been to our little town. I said i think it is. He said. I don't like to brag for. We're kind of crowd that ragged old clay. You see we got a little hole in that flag there. When washington took it across the delaware and then got powder burns the night the francis scott he said washington right and say can you see and it got a bad rip in new orleans. Packing ham jackson tug at it seems almost fell at the alamo beside the texas flag. She waved on though she got cut with a sword and a chance lewisville and she got could again a shiloh hill. There was robert. E lee beauregard and brag and the south wind blew hard on that ragged flay on flanders field in world war one. She got a big hole from birth ago. She turned blood red and world war two. She hung limb and low a timer to she was in korea vietnam. She went where she was saying by uncle. Sam she waves from our ships upon the brian foam and now they've about with way back here in her own. Good land here. She's done abused he's been involved. Dishonor denied refused and the government for which she stand is scandalized throughout the land. And she's getting threadbare and she's wearing thin but she's in good shape sheep choosing co she's been through the five of old and i believe she can take off so we raise her up every morning. We take down every night. We don't let her touch the ground and we folder up. Run on second thought. I do like to brag. Hosein mighty proud of that raggio. Well it's time once again to say thank you and recognize outstanding team and we do that in alphabetical order. Joel bells anna joe. Hansen brown can't covington kristen. Flan call guerrino. Katie gawltney o'neill's ao. He kerry mary. Reichert josh schumacher sarraj. Weinsberg and cal. Thomas johnny franklin. And carl pete's our audio engineers lee jones is managing editor. Paul butler is. Now that's gotta be a little bit awkward right. I'll recognized that guy. Paul butler is executive producer. Yet that's much less awkward. Thanks nick and marvin. Alaska is our editor in chief. And you thank you so much for your part in helping us exceed our june giving dr goal such an encouragement to the entire team. And now it's our job not to let you down. Thanks again so much. The psalmist says in psalm. One forty five greatest the lord and greatly to be praised. His greatness is unsearchable. One generation shall praise his works to another in saudi claire. His mighty acts have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the freedom to worship with your brothers and sisters in.
"ham jackson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"See. I told you guys yeah. I think i think so too full nicole far down <hes> what cat said to nicole on her way of the door. She's she's not feeling great about nicole. She might turn around in the jury but yeah. I mean i do feel like i don't know i just feel like like image is important to her so i could see a situation where she's like wyoming to vote for a fuller whatever's i'm going to vote for. I want to show everyone that i'm friends with jess nicole nicolo and she's trying to paint nicole is not one of the good people yeah but i think that she's gonna realize that nicole is one of the people is she. Oh ooh maybe maybe maybe while they the audience says cliff after jackson which not sure about that although hello if she subscribes to the theory that the winner cannot win america's favorite player and that might be might be a strategic decision after after cliff would be tommy i would personally say i would feel tommy would be over cliff then call then christie i would. I think christie is a much higher position there as well then nick the bottom assists at the very bottom. I think this is a lot higher than that and i would put nick at the bottom with nicole and honestly potentially really cliff but we'll see all right. Who do you wanna be victim this week. I thought this might be interesting but it wasn't super interesting. Seventy percent said christie thirty percent wants this gone. I'm okay with that. I mean like i thought it would be ninety ten so i'm gonna they're thirty percent of people out there that they had their heads on right all right all right. I believe anything else. You guys want to bring up of of course. Let me know if you have an idea for hashtag yeah. I thought the hashtag was stunned it because you're talking about clinton his credibility instead of sand. It's supposed to be hashtag. Spend it. Yeah i only something that i thought that wasn't risque. So or the chat bot the other night totally stole it there wasn't i wanted to bring up that i had written down and i forgot to discuss it. When we were talking about. Tommy i said should should tommy had been woods. It concerned that he could have been the renome this week if naked one veto and i feel like that he's overreacting a little bit too that i feel like that. <hes> jackson really does like tommy and the end does want to work with him even though he does recognize tommy to be a bigger target than him it in some ways i feel like that's the reason why jackson does wanna work with him because he feels like tommy as a bigger target. I've been ham jackson feels good about tommy. Tommy doesn't feels good about jackson because he realized he had been put up on the block but jackson of only put him up on the block in the worst case scenario. If you know nick on the use it on says there was no other option to get christie out and he would have been strictly as upon. I do feel like in some ways that the the tommy's overreacting to something that was really just a consequence of the mechanisms of the game yeah. I think that i think that what tommy wanted was the blind loyalty and when he didn't get it he was like well. No no sir no mark i i've been so loyal to you and you are not returning that low i remember tommy goes to jackson and he says even when even when you're not in the room i speak highly early of you. I speak as though you were in the room and it's true and that's true and so i think that he expects the same of of his allies in did not get tommy's been very almost chew honest with christie insists and like he's like basically explains why jackson made this move and why it's the correct move and how we understand the mistakes they made last week that.