His voice came on again, with that wonderful laid back aw-shucks
accent, to say: "Gee wizz, folks, I've never known a storm as bad as this.
His frequent aw-shucks
smile sparks smiles on the faces of many customers.
For a while, it's all very agreeable until, somewhere around the halfway mark, the comedy is shelled out of existence and the film becomes a mawkish, aw-shucks
buddy movie complete with an ill-advised gosh-we're-missing-home flashback.
Here, Billy Batson is still an orphan kid in need of a good family, but this time, his aw-shucks
demeanor is a sham, and the arrangement he has with his caseworker smacks of disdain, not the admiration Billy won from the adults around him fifty years ago.
Leno exudes the same kind of aw-shucks
charm as Larry King, the one-time linchpin of CNN's prime time schedule.
Sparing her much research for the role, Alley plays an aging, Tony-award-winning stage diva who, with one unexpected knock at the door, meets the aw-shucks
26-year-old son she gave up at birth.
The latest example comes from state rep Jeanine Notter, a Merrimack Republican who had an aw-shucks
moment in the well of Representatives Hall to inform all of us that she has what she initially called a "shrine" to Robert E.
insight notwithstanding, no Arkansas lender is as heavily into bond investments as First Security Bank.
So I can forgive Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan for his aw-shucks
claim to talk show host Hugh Hewitt when asked about his personal best time for a marathon: "Under three, high twos.
He eats up the screen with his aw-shucks
grin, takes a soccer ball to the groin, and utters what might be his hammiest catchphrase to date, 'Yeahbsolutely
But Will Rogers--who represented the vanishing prairie--wore many hats: a popular journalist whose daily column reached millions of homes, an aw-shucks
movie star whose down-to-earth persona delighted film watchers, a gee-whiz radio personality whose distinctive voice entertained listeners everywhere, and, finally, a recognizable icon, the loveable Uncle Will.
Don Tyson, an aw-shucks
Arkansas farmhand who turned his father's single-truck poultry-hauling business into a worldwide protein empire, crowning himself America's "Chicken King", died Jan,.