I had just got past the goose-step
, and learned to handle my musket, when I was fool enough to go swimming in the Ganges.
Stone noted that a prominent feature of North Korea's parades is the goose-step
, which in the minds of most people around the world is inextricably linked to the Nazis, though it well predates Hitler.
I can remember party members dancing to the tune at conference, but it has ended as a Gestapo goose-step
He was generally regarded as a failure because he had not made more converts, but he wrote, "To me conversions were not the first thing, but the edification of Catholics." Finding himself without an audience or encouragement for his writing, and unable to conform to prevailing opinions--"Hannibal's elephants never could learn the goose-step
"--he described himself as an emeritus soldier.
It's historically accurate--this would have seemed entertaining to white audiences at the time--and the five do goose-step
off at the end, hinting that something evil shown as harmless can become more evil still; but that subtlety will be lost on most audiences.
As Cardinal Newman once said: "Hannibal's elephants never could learn the goose-step
President Bill endorsed the crime bill, with its repellent social architecture of boot camps for feral youth before they graduate to mandatory maximum terms in the adult slammers, whose construction will surge as we goose-step
toward the third millennium.
A bizarre title, certainly, and starts off hushed before the rhythm marches its way through with all the subtlety of a goose-step
Opposed to this potpourri of victims is a small army of jackbooted quasi-Nazis who goose-step
in single file as they bow gray violins.
A small step for man, but a large goose-step
for Nazi kind.
How long before us Catholics are taught to goose-step
into church singing Tomorrow Belongs To Me?
Politicians pussyfoot around for fear of saying the wrong thing, leaving an open door for Griffin to goose-step