"Ain't That Just Like a Woman (They'll Do it Every Time)" is a 1946 song by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five. The song went to number one on the R&B Jukebox chart for two weeks and peaked at number seventeen on the pop chart . The lyrics are credited to Claude Demetrius and Fleecie Moore. The latter was his wife and Jordan himself may have in fact been the co-writer. The song lists women in history who have tormented men. Looking over this pattern, it recounts that this is typical behaviour, and warns men to watch out. The women mentioned are Eve, Lot's wife, Delilah and Marie Antoinette. One verse refers to Roman emperor Nero in the same vein as the women. Chuck Berry apparently copied the guitar intro (sometimes played by Jordan's band on horns) for his song "Johnny B. Goode".
For his father, see Mark Ingram, Sr. Mark Ingram, Jr. (born December 21, 1989) is a running back for the New Orleans Saints. Ingram is the son of former NFL wide receiver Mark Ingram, Sr. During his sophomore season in 2009 he won Alabama's first-ever Heisman Trophy, set the Crimson Tide's single-season rushing record with 1,658 yards, was voted to the AP All-America first-team and helped lead the Tide to an undefeated 14–0 season including a victory in the 2010 BCS National Championship Game. He was drafted the same overall pick as his father when he was taken 28th overall by the New Orleans Saints in the 2011 NFL draft. Ingram attended school in Grand Blanc, Michigan during his freshman, sophomore, and junior years and then in Flint, Michigan for his senior year, first at Grand Blanc Community High School and later at Flint Southwestern Academy. He was a four year starter on his schools' football teams, running for 2,546 yards and 38 touchdowns in his final two seasons. He was Saginaw Valley MVP, Area Player of the Year, and an All-State selection as a senior. Ingram also played defensively as a cornerback, totaling 84 tackles and eight interceptions his senior year. In
Alabama is a country music and southern rock band from Fort Payne, Alabama, United States. The band was founded in 1969 by Randy Owen (lead vocals, Rhythm Guitar) and his cousin Teddy Gentry (bass guitar, background vocals), soon joined by Jeff Cook (Lead Guitar, fiddle, keyboards). In 1973, after Owen's graduation from Jacksonville State University, they gave up their day jobs and weekend gigs. The group, formerly known as "Wildcountry", left Fort Payne and Lookout Mountain to explore the possibilities of the club scene in surrounding coastal South Carolina. The band is often credited with bringing country music groups (as opposed to solo vocalists) into the mainstream, paving the way for the success of today's top country groups. Since its change in name in 1972, Alabama has included Owen, Cook and Gentry. Mark Herndon was not the original drummer but was a member of the band throughout their period of fame and chart success. The band's blend of traditional country music and southern rock combined with elements of gospel music, and pop music gave it a crossover appeal that helped lead to their unprecedented success. They also toured extensively and incorporated production
A running back (RB) is a gridiron football position who is typically lined up in the offensive backfield. The primary roles of a running back are to receive handoffs from the quarterback for a rushing play, to catch passes from out of the backfield, and to block. There are usually one or two running backs on the field for a given play, depending on the offensive formation. A running back may be a halfback (HB for short, in certain contexts also referred to as a tailback) or a fullback (FB). The halfback or tailback position is recognized as one of the more glamorous positions on the field, as it is often integral in both the passing and running attack. He is responsible for carrying the ball on the majority of running plays, and may frequently be used as a receiver on short passing plays. In today's game, an effective halfback must have a superior blend of both quickness and agility as a runner, as well as sure hands and shrewd vision upfield as a receiver. More and more quarterbacks depend on halfbacks as a safety valve receiver when primary targets downfield are covered or when they are under pressure. Occasionally, they line up as additional wide receivers. When not serving
Jonathan Lowe (E.J. Lowe) (born 1950) is currently Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Examination Board of the Department of Philosophy at Durham University, England. He was born in the UK, educated at the University of Cambridge, 1968-72, and the University of Oxford, 1972-75. His main areas of research and publication are in metaphysics, philosophy of mind, philosophical logic, and the history of early modern philosophy.