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- Dance with Depression;
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References in classic literature? When that feller trod on his hand, he up an' sed that he was willin' t' give his hand t' his country, but he be dumbed if he was goin' t' have every dumb bushwhacker in th' kentry walkin' 'round on it.
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- bushwhacker - Wiktionary.
View in context. Having endured one thousand miles of trail dust, flooded rivers, bushwhackers , stampedes, lightning and other dangers, he is resting on a rock, Bible in hand, as his steady horse stands close at hand. Listen Local. Perhaps Beilein's greatest contribution in Bushwhackers is his attempt to analyze guerilla warfare through a gendered lens, which challenges conventions within military history and shows clearly in his endnotes and bibliography.
For Neil Reyes, who is now a young professional, his days of old when he watched Hulk Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, the Rockers, and the Bushwhackers , that childlike wonder of watching overgrown men throw each other was back. The same tendency can be found in Ride with the Devil: a range of hard-to-follow relationships are established between the various renegade Missouri bushwhackers determined to defend their territory at any cost.
Forgotten WWE Tag Teams: The Bushwhackers
What ever happened to Hollywood? In stark contrast to Grant's glorious, Union-saving achievements, Twain essentially poked fun at how his ragtag band of Missouri bushwhackers had developed a unique talent for shirking duty and retreating all while lampooning the war itself. In , Thomas Miller and Robert Boyett teamed up for one of their greatest productions: creating a blue-collar Cosby Show for a sitcom world not yet blessed with Roc.
The result was Family Matters , about what would happen if the cop from Die Hard and a supporting character from Perfect Strangers tried to raise a family in suburban Chicago. By refocusing on Steve and his Black Order of gags and catchphrases, the show became a massive success.
The first episode is about a character wanting to go to a party and his grandmother moving in and bossing everyone around. The final episode is part two of a two-parter about that same character getting shot in the chest, and Urkel almost dying in orbit after accidentally creating an invention that slammed a satellite into a space shuttle.
The final episode on the original network was a time-travel adventure about pirates. Everyone agrees they should go and say hi. How much better of an episode would this be if Carl recognized Crush, went to visit him at a WWF house show, found out about the Disciples of Apocalypse and decided to join the Nation of Domination? Absolutely not.
I was going to make a joke about how unrealistic this was, and then I remembered every time a celebrity has ever wrestled in WWE. Sure enough, things go smoothly for a while, with the Whackers putting themselves into headlocks, running into outstretched arms to pretend to be clotheslined, and losing their remaining teeth on charges into the corner to put these fake boys over in their hometown.
That is until Cousin Luke strikes up a loud conversation with Steve in the corner and finds out that Carl Winslow … is a cop. That is the entire plot of an episode of Family Matters. Urkel accidentally drugs a couple of wrestlers and ends up having the Bushwhackers shoot on him. You know the United Federation Of Wrestling Planets or whatever was on the phone that night trying to poach this dude. Carl and Urkel actually manage to fight back until Urkel goes for Meteora and accidentally hits Carl.
The rest of the crowd joins in, and a simple roofie misunderstanding leading to a pair of wrestlers trying to seriously injure a cop turns into a riot. That, for all intents and purposes, is where the episode ends.