Lumberjack match[ edit ] In keeping with the theme, the wrestlers outside the ring may wear flannel shirts during lumberjack matches; an example of this is the 1—2—3 Kid in A lumberjack match is a standard match with the exception that the ring is surrounded by a group of wrestlers not directly involved in it. Usually, the "opposing" lumberjacks that is, face lumberjacks if the wrestler is a heel, and vice versa swarm the wrestlers if they leave the ring and force them back in it. Occasional interference from the lumberjacks is not uncommon, or is an all-out brawl on the outside involving most of the lumberjacks. Early lumberjack matches even featured the lumberjacks wearing stereotypical lumberjack clothing in keeping with the lumberjack theme, though this is generally no longer done.
Want to do some of the requested songs? What have we got here? It's called "From Both Sides, Now. I haven't heard that one. I'll play that one first. It -- I should tell people a little bit about it. I was reading a book, and I haven't finished it yet, called "Henderson the Rain King.
And so I got this idea 'from both sides now. That's a new one. How new is it? Interestingly, she gave the same introduction - word for word - on October 12, at the Second Fret in Philadelphia: In most cases there are both sides to things and in a lot of cases there are more than just both.
His and a hers. Now, Henderson, the character in the book--is, was, one of those people who was born with everything going for them, at least it looked that way on paper.
He was a multi-millionaire and, uh, that was a good start, I suppose. But he wasn't happy. He'd been married twice and was contemplating a third marriage and wasn't really sure that he liked her very much. And he was very guilty about his wealth--because it was inherited.
And so he tried to be earthy and get his hands into the soil. He tried pig ranching, he figured that was pretty earthy, and, uh, decided that he didn't like pigs either.
So he said "Well, I'll go along with you" and he did. And while he was up in the plane to Africa to find out what life was all about for him, he looked out of the plane window and he said, um, you know, "Look at those clouds down there; it's very strange to look at the clouds from up above them.
I remember as a boy having dreamed up at clouds a lot and having seen the cloud from both sides now, I suppose I shouldn't really be amazed by anything. I call my song "From Both Sides, Now. Clouds and Both Sides Now. Did you ever used to watch that show called Star Trek?
I just had a flash of this show, that I saw while I was singing this tune. It was the only show where Dr. Spock ever got any emotion, right?Two Sides To A Story quotes - 1. Let me just begin by saying that there are two sides to every story.
This is my side, the right one. -Olive Penderghast Read more quotes and sayings about Two Sides To A . No matter the size, T. Clear offers a full line of concrete building envelope products for your projects. In fact, we have you covered from below ground level, up to where your building touches the sky.
Two sides may each want to beat the other, they may even hate each other as sides, but if someone came and told them football is stupid and not worth playing or caring about, then they'd feel together.
Matches are often contested between two (or more) teams, most often consisting of two members each. Tag team match. On most occasions, one member of the team competes in the ring with one or more of his/her teammate(s) standing behind the ropes.
In geometry, an isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two sides of equal length.
Sometimes it is specified as having exactly two sides of equal length, and sometimes as having at least two sides of equal length, the latter version thus including the equilateral triangle as a special case.
Idiosyncratic inverses. We need to be sympathetic about the student's difficulty in learning the language of mathematicians. That language is a bit more consistent than English, but it is not entirely consistent -- it too has its idiosyncrasies, which (like those of English) are largely due to historical accidents, and not really anyone's fault.