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a man who is a stupid incompetent fool

an informal term for a youth or man

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The story is told of the most famous elephant in the world - a huge, beautiful and gentle beast named Bozo. Children extended open palms filled with peanuts for the Indian elephant; who gently plucked them from little hands and seemed to smile as he ate his treats.
Note the use of the verb "grind" in the phrase "don't let the bozos grind you down." The people I'm talking about wear you down inch-by-inch and moment-by-moment.
Our strategy meeting is in Kisumu," one of the bozos said.
Neil and John were about as close as any bozos got in those days.
Larry Harmon, who turned the character Bozo the Clown into a show business staple and ran a lucrative licensing empire, died July 3 of congestive heart failure in Los Angeles.
This is something that is worth fighting for -though not literally, you understand (I'd hate to inspire any In-ger-lund-supporting braindead bozos to blitz Germany's bierkellers during the World Cup, out of some warped sense of loyalty to their boozers back home).
EF gives it loud and fast; straight to their fans, bypassing the corporate bozos. If they come near your town, steal your cousin's Hot Rod, pick up a few slices and some cold ones, and go get electrified.
Freedom of Expression[R]: Overzealous Copyright Bozos and Other Enemies of Creativity By Kembrew McLeod.
My first thought was, "Geeze, I guess they take one shot at seeing if some bozos will renew at $83 before beginning the regular renewal series."
What were the investors thinking, they ask incredulously, giving money to these bozos? Did they think the laws of economics had been rescinded?
"The loser has to start begging for donations again, and kissing up to all those bozos in New Hampshire -- day after day, year after year."
In former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich's Locked in the Cabinet, self-interested bozos berate an intellectually honest cabinet member who is concerned about the growing gap between rich and poor.
But before I get to this, allow me to share with you a truly bizarre and revealing moment in the land of punditry, in case you were doing something constructive (like your laundry) instead of watching these bozos. On The McLaughlin Group, the host began fulminating about the various apocalypses that will result from Hawaii's legalization of gay marriage.
It's an insult to Sunday League teams who try a whole lot harder than those bozos did.