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bodgie

(ˈbɒdʒɪ)
n
an unruly or uncouth young man, esp in the 1950s; teddy boy
adj
inferior; worthless
[C20: from bodge]
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THE Department of Justice (DOJ) has summoned Batuan Mayor Charmax Jan Yuson and his father Batuan incumbent Vice Mayor Bodgie Yuson III to answer the illegal possession of firearms and ammunition charges filed against them after authorities seized high-powered firearms and ammunition during a raid at their private resort on February 13.
It starred Raki Vega and Kristian Lei as Ti Moune, Jeffrey Hidalgo (replaced in later runs by Gian Magdangal) as Daniel, May Bayot as Mama Euralie, Bodgie Simon as Tonton Julian, Cathy Azanza as Andrea, Michael de Mesa as Armand, and as the four Gods, Bituin Escalante (Asaka, mother of the earth), Michael Williams (Agwe, god of water), Menchu Lauchengco-Yulo (Erzulie, goddess of love) and Jett Pangan (Papa Ge, demon of death).
Somewhat surprising, then, that Brickell's most reliable resources for the reconstruction of pre-1980 gay history are not the many previously unpublished photographic illustrations sourced from various collections but official records, particularly verbatim transcripts of evidence provided in court cases of sexual assault, and government-sponsored reformist inquiries into this and that social problem (the overcrowding of men's penal institutions, for instance), and published tabloid accounts of putative sexual scandals (the advent of bodgie youth culture) as filtered through the editorial mindset of the day.
Brilliantine was essential to maintaining the gravity-defying men's hairstyles of the 1950s: the exaggerated ducktail of the Bodgie and Elvis's engorged cowlick.
Patrick O'Connor was operating a fraud known to the Australian National Crime Authority as a "bodgie scam".
Similar to the "Bodgie" youth phenomenon of the 1950s and linked to the community style of gang formation of the original "King Cobras", youth gangs of the 1990s differ from the more established New Zealand adult gangs in terms of their recent history and the age of the members.
(1993) All shook up: The flash bodgie and the rise of the New Zealand teenager in the fifties, Penguin, Auckland.
He was declared an innocent man by a magistrate who described the National Crime Authority's conduct as "unreasonable" in the case in relation to a $11million building scam known as "The Bodgie".
It will be feature Alba and Junyka Santarin with TJ Trinidad, Bernardo Bernardo, Jenny Jamora and Bodgie Pascua.
The men, in their 20s and 30s, are alleged to have been involved in a scam dubbed the "Bodgie", which involved setting up false labour-hire companies.
Others whose names are worthy of being engraved on the Bantayog's Wall of Remembrance are Roberto 'Bodgie' Jimenez, Raul 'Bamboy' Basada, his brother Oliver Basada, Luisito 'Tito' De La Cruz, Rodolfo 'Dolphy' Laurente, Victor 'Tiks' Tiquia, and Roberto 'Benig' Sunga.
The testimony said he was unaware that the business, under the name "Bodgie Motor Works," was registered under his name.