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- v. Present participle of buffalo.
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"Part of scouting is some of the jockeying and buffaloing that goes on," the White Sox general manager Ken Williams says jokingly.
"Part of scouting is some of the jockeying and buffaloing that goes on," the White Sox's Williams says, laughing.
When it comes to buffaloing the opposite side, that's my long suit.
I know that Google, Microsoft, and Amazon are pretty much the 900lb gorillas of the industry and they can drive a lot of things (including buffaloing states into giving them massive tax breaks for job creation that never materializes).
It's a disingenuous sop from a script that recklessly deploys loaded images of napalm and waterboarding as part of its dirty-thrills sensory assault, but Stallone has always had a knack for buffaloing past complexities rather than lingering over them, and a moral compass with erratic bearings is better than none at all.