How do you define if someone is a "prick" just by a picture

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How do you define if someone is a "prick" just by a picture

Post by 911Dispatcher on Fri Dec 17, 2010 3:19 am

The Rumford Reporter Hey Bethel, have fun with this guy. He's a professional OUI detector. That means he can tell that your car is swerving even though it is not, if you know what I mean. Watch, there will be big newspaper stories about all his OUI busts all winter. And, then the Town of Bethel Selectmen are going to get inundated with... "we don't like gestapo cops" and bye, bye contract with Oxford County SD.

New deputy hired to patrol Bethel
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PARIS — The Oxford County Sheriff's Department's newest deputy is back from Afghanistan and ready to patrol the streets of Bethel. Matthew Noyes of Rumford, until recently a corporal with the Rumford Police Department, will be focusing on Bethel at night. Noyes, 29, served six...

Scott Hargreaves: he is a prick
The Rumford Reporter He looks like one. Poor Bethel! They are not used to this kind of mentality.
The Rumford Reporter You all have ur rights to ur opinions including me. I wasn't arguing, I was just sayin... As a matter of fact, that is why you got no response. Some people think he's a prick and others do not. Don't shoot the messenger.
The Rumford Reporter He certainly looks like one in that picture. Man! Scary.

Now why on earth would she define this man as a "prick" simply from his photo. Maybe because hes wearing a uniform and not smiling. Well if thats the case............

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Re: How do you define if someone is a "prick" just by a picture

Post by T on Fri Dec 17, 2010 10:58 am

I don't think "prick" applies in Jennifer Stowell Norris' case. A word that starts with a "B" might be more appropriate.
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Post by dr on Fri Dec 17, 2010 11:36 am

I wish I knew how to post the picture with her aiming that machine gun at some soldier's face!

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