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“Afterall it is the 'bushwa' class supporting that platform.”
“Herb B. said, "My Grandfather would say 'bushwa' (with varied intonation).”
“Some repugs may still hold to the hope that somehow we can grasp that brass ring hence all this bushwa about how bad things will be when we pull out.”
“Obama was less clear than his compatriot from Illinois, Durbin, and Levin in repeating the MSM garbage that Democrats must support the troops by giving Bush whatever he asks for to continue the war but when he said Democrats would not play chicken with the troops it was pretty much the same bushwa in my view.”
“This was bushwa of the worst order, I would say; it was Truman who went into Korea (without Congressional authorization), after all.”
“Democrats 'claim that Bush could legally do whatever he wants is only so much bushwa.”
“Wall is a tremendously challenging artist, as his stuff essentially mocks both the Cartier-Bresson 'Decisive Moment' as self-glorifying bushwa, and the Modernist painters' photography-induced flight from Realism as cowardice.”
“Anyone who watched “The Killing Floor” in Labor Studies class can tell you that contention is just so much bushwa.”
“Agreed, the kidnapping of Octavius and his subsequent rescue plus all that bushwa with the eagle were contrived.”
“My life's the boring one, Leyel, all this government claptrap and bureaucratic bushwa.”
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Words or Sayings from the 1920's or whatever that no one really uses anymore (at least in that context).
Words so awesome they'll kick your eyeballs' asses!
By David Foster Wallace
Words coined or popularized during the Roaring '20s.
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