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- n. Plural form of busher.
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There was this one old blue oil drum where bushers spit their bubble gum and tobacco chew, gave off a cologne like pot roast prepared mostly to fool you.
The bushers should realize that until presidents & congressmen are willing to send their own children to die, kill, mame, be mamed, and go through mental torture, rash decisions will be made.
In 1909, young bushers—and catchers—Ben Froelich and Ed McDonough both saw action in just one game a piece.
If there will be any blasphemy conducted by the bushers and dickers it must be the ‘Fire of the Houses of Parliaments’, right?
The other shot back, with no more luck than the rattled am-bushers.
"It will be no trick at all to wipe up the earth with these bushers," laughed Larry Barrett.
But unlike the fiasco of 1952, these weren't hopelessly overmatched bushers.