What does this sentence "kick some a**, take names" mean?

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Like many idiomatic expressions, I think that it it is difficult to find the exact location of the phrase's origin.  The phrase, "Kick some a**, take names," reflects a gradual and progressive ascent to success.  For example, when an athletic team wins continual games, one after another, it can be said that the team is out there...

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