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  • Well, they didn't explain it to you in the film, and I'm certainly not going to tell you now.,.spuzz comment

    Archive 2009-01-25

  • The albums, divided into a studio session and a live date, focus a lot of energy on spuzz-funk freakouts that should arouse fans of early '70s Miles Davis (and Joe Zawinul, whose "Boogie Woogie Waltz" gets a 14-minute concert revival).

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  • from Castle Film review by spuzz:great overview of how sales managers can halp sell more Pabst beer to their customers.

    Archive 2008-07-27


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  • spuzz, n. 1. Mental energy, an aggressive in tellect. 2. Stamina, force, spice.
    spuzzard, n. An active, forceful thinker; someone with lots of vim
    spuzzy, a. 1. Highly seasoned. Charged with brain-electricity; vim; spicey

    Theodore Roosevelt and Kaiser Wilhelm have spuzz.
    Spuzz in acting, in writing, or in business is what brings in the money.
    Spuzz welcomes competition; it is always ready for the fray.
    You can t down the spuzzard; he is elastic, and bounces up after every failure.
    The spuzzard is the girl who could "just die dancing" She answers her letters the day they are received.
    The farmer with no spuzz to him can never lift the mortgage; but the spuzzy guy down the road is educating his sons to be doctors and lawyers.
    Spuzz is that getaheadness. The zip, tang, and racehorse keenness that has for its motto: Do it now!

    November 14, 2013