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They all have a common thread that most likely began with the British Punk movement, and spread throughout the country after being “tweaked” a little to reflect that uniquely American psyche. A city where you could dance down the middle of the street, in the middle of the daytime, in the middle of the week, and instead of people wondering why you weren't at work, they'd be wondering how they could join you. Likely derived from jasm, a now-obsolete slang term meaning energy, vigor, and spirit, dated to 1860.

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