It's from the movie Red Dawn, it is simply codewords for something, here is the quote:
Radio Free America Announcer: It's 11:59 on Radio Free America; this is Uncle Sam, with music, and the truth until dawn. Right now I've got a few words for some of our brothers and sisters in the occupied zone: "the chair is against the wall, the chair is against the wall", "john has a long mustache, john has a long mustache". It's twelve o'clock, American, another day closer to victory. And for all of you out there, on, or behind the line, this is your song.
[the Battle Hymn of the Republic begins to play]
This style of codeword/phrase system was used in Europe during WW2 to send instructions to operatives behind enemy lines. The Chair is Against the Wall could mean that a set of railway tracks must be blown up or a supply drop was en route to a group of operatives.
"John has a long mustache" is a direct reference to the Allied code phrase for Operation Overlord, the Normandy Invasion (D-Day, WW2). The signal, like many others, was sent over normal radio broadcasts; each codeword/phrase meant something to a specific group or individual listening in Nazi occupied territory. This specific code phrase was the signal to the French Resistance (the Maquis) that the invasion would begin the next day. To them, this meant that need to execute pre-arranged sabotage and other preparations as planned before the landings on the French coast.
The whole sequence is an homage to the movie "The Longest Day", in which French Resistance members are listening to the radio, and hear a sequence of the normally meaningless (to them) phrases, until they hear "John has a long mustache" repeated twice, and set in motion the pre-invasion plans. The Germans also realize the invasion is about to begin, but due to Allied deceptions, the Nazis are still unsure as to the landing site.
In "The Longest Day", the sequence was "Molasses tomorrow will bring forth cognac", then "John has a long mustache".
Put a chair against the wall and have them bend over and put their head on the wall and pick the chair up and then stand straight up. Men can't do it.
Get a woman to lift it.
Bend over with your head against the wall and lift a chair. Licking your elbow.
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Have them stand on a stool or chair pressed up against a wall, then start at the feet adding layers horizontally. (hopefully they're concious..)
When you sit in chair,it exerts NORMAL FORCE against you.
Up against it, back against the wall, up against the wall is not an enviable position to be in. It means you are not in a good spot, you are in trouble with forces closing in on you. Usually used at work to mean that there is a lot of work to do and it is likely very difficult to achieve a goal.
When you sit in a chair it exerts a force<\u> against you
"Sit" against a wall and hold it for 30 seconds. (As if there was an invisible chair) Once you've mastered this, add more time.
If your feet are off of the floor, then the chair exerts your total weight against you.
One way you could tell is put your back flat straight against a wall , put one foot directly in front of another while in the same position, mark your furthest leg's position from the wall, get a chair, not heavy, not too light, and put bend over to the wall, while the chair is in front of your toes, pick it up to your chest, now stand...If you CAN stand while the chair is touching your chest, you are a girl.If you CAN'T stand while the chair is touching your chest, you are a guy.
Your bottoms weight pushes against the chair and the chair pushes back against your bottom.
No, not necessarily. Some children to that as a way to relax. This is why rocking a baby is what mothers do to get them to relax and sleep.
The shot glass may shatter if you throw it against the wall. The opposition had him up against the wall.
Chair is flesh.
if you are in the ice cream parlour go and sit on a chair nearest to the wall and then click on the wall and you will jump on to the wall and then you can wall on it hope this helps
If you mean chair is an english word thenLa chaise (chair) is feminineLe fauteuil (armchair) is masculineIf you mean chair (meat) is a french word thenLa chair is feminine
The term "your back is against the wall" means that you have reached a point where you have no other options. When your back is against the wall you have no other course than to either give up or move forward and face what has you backed against the wall. Since this question was put into the Christian category I will answer it as a Christian. There will be times in your life that things will go wrong. It will seem that all things are against you and you have your back against the wall with no way out. I fully believe that Satan makes you feel like you have been abandoned and unloved so that you will give up. This is a lie. God will never abandon you. I have had my back against the wall countless times in my life and each time God has saved me. When my back is against the wall it gives me time to pray to God that He will help and deliver me. He has never failed me. Also when your back is against the wall it gives you something to push off from. When your back is against the wall, Look up!
Well I only know three so sorry but I know if you go into the hospital and sit on the wheelchair and then click on the wall behind you you are on the wall and I know that in Chez Bruno There is a chair near where you hang your coats by the wall and you sit on that and then click on the wall next to you and you are on the wall and the last one is the ice cream parlour there is a chair near the right wall and you sit on that and then you click on the wall next to you and you are on the wall
The duration of Head Against the Wall is 1.58 hours.
Whith you'r back against a wall and a chair on either side, press with your hands on chair rail to lift your feet of the ground, now slowly lift your knees toward your chest. Have someone steady the chairs for you.
The pressure caused is created when the normal force of the chair (the chair pushing back against you, as opposed to breaking down) acts against your weight.
It's a way of saying you can't get away from whatever is going to happen. You're pressed up against the wall and can't move.