Bozo


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Bozo

A regional term for heroin.
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Do we need to shoot Bozos? Or instead allow the 'Kipling' in us to bring gentleness back into the strangers we meet everyday?
Bozos can wreak havoc with our professional productivity and effectiveness.
'The fact is that we need both bad and good clowns because without the good clowns like Bozo, there's no contrast, there's no tension to make the evil or scary clowns entertaining or interesting,' Radford said.
Bozo was the nickname of Keith's grandfather, and there isn't a soul in Pascagoula that doesn't know about this place.
Pinto Colvig, who also provided the voice for Walt Disney's Goofy, originated Bozo the Clown when Capitol Records introduced a series of children's records in 1946.
Freedom of Expression[R]: Overzealous Copyright Bozos and Other Enemies of Creativity By Kembrew McLeod.
Readers will be pleased when Chad's troubled summer ends happily, with increased self-confidence and finally, a hard-won and triumphant turn at being a Bozo. Paula Rohrlick, KLIATT
A parallel story explores the troubled courtship between Bozo (Allan Moyle), Frank's best friend, and Jackie (Holden), a young woman visiting the Sutherlands.
I was a nugget on my first cruise, reading Approach and saying things like, "Can you believe this bozo?" and "I would never do something that stupid." Little did I know I had just placed a curse on myself.
"Don't apply a lot of other makeup with this look either-you want to leave the house looking like a Hollywood star not Bozo the Clown." From top, Clockwise: Urban Decay Piccadilly, Jane Eye Zing in Funky Valentine and It's a Boy, Cargo Savannah, Benefit Creaseless Creme in Vixen, Zitomer Shimmer Shadow in Harlem, Bare Escentuals I.D.
Do not pay attention to this sign!" He captured pictures of jolly clowns, in full costume, shedding real tears and Ski in his casket, fitted with a red foam nose in tribute to his Bozo past, and the mourners' future.
Just how important trees became to Sarajevans during the war and the sense of desperation felt by a city under siege were brilliantly captured in two cartoons by one of Bosnia's finest cartoonists, Bozo Stefanovic, published in my newspaper.