depends on if your in Florida,,,,,,,,,or N,Y,,,,,,,,,,
a perfect day as always, only that today we are in tune with that perfection.
I tried to find the origin of this phrase. "It seems to have been a Lakota (Sioux) war cry.<br />
It's been attributed to Crazy Horse. Accounts of the Battle of Little Bighorn have him saying:<br />
"It is a good day to fight! It is a good day to die! Strong hearts to the front! Weak hearts and cowards to the rear!"<br />
I use it sometimes more in a japanese budo sense - acknowledging that every day could be our last, and so to live life well every day. I tend to think of it on warm sunny days more though.<br />
(I also heard of a hairdresser who used to say "It's a good day to dye"... :-)
It means you know at least one Manowar song.
That's what the "corsair aircraft" on StarCraft N64 video game say when they are manufactured. If their side wins I guess that means it's a good day because you DIDN'T die.
It means more that "this is an appropriately moral and memorable enough fight that I am content to give my life pursuing victory"<br />
...and to TheSquirrel...it's Chief Dan George! :)
i think he means any day where you end up in a position where youre facing a certain death is a good day to die or as good as any!!
Lt. Worf. One of my favorites.<br />
Prepare for ramming speed.
In a morbid sense probably means it's a good day, as in if this were my last day, i would be satisfied with it. I would die happpy.
I've always like that ex<x>pression and know when I would say it. After having a really good day when all things fall into place and everything worked out right. I've had a few days in my life that came real close to that and it felt good to wake up the next day knowing that I had a chance for it to be even better next time.
It means that any day is as good as any other to do what needs to be done.<br />
Also, I love Dan George, and I'm sorry he's dead.
It's just testosterone-fueled chest-beating talking there.
I'd like to die on a good day with nice weather and such, but I don't wanna ruin it by dying tragically.
It was attributed to Crazy Horse at Little Big Horn. he was alleged to say to his men "Hokahey (hurry, Braves)! Today is a good day to die!" when he was faced with overwhelming odds. But he never actually said it. It came from the mind of a soldier who respected crazy Horse for his bravery, and willingness to die rather than surrender.