Discussion in 'New Hampshire' started by Northernboy, Aug 4, 2009.
I distinctly remeber you saying that ^^^^^^^
"SINE PARI"= Without Equal which is the motto for the U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC)
Northernboy, unless you were a SEAL, you can't touch that.
Noooooo...."Without Equal" is how I like my coffee...sheesh.
I think you guys scared him back to Facebook !
But I think in all fairness we should help him get a ride-along with Korey Humphreys.
Did I get it wrong Sine?
Maybe I am way off, but I didnt think his rebutal to Sine was that bad. I just thought it sounded like two military guys ribbing each other.
Nothing more insulting to a doggie than insinuating he's a jarhead..
SQUEELS?? Me'h, a lil over egotistical for shark bait if ya ask me..
Look at it as a rite of passage where the only ball you get to take home has already been deflated.
I think the guy may have had a decent request. I just googled
"New Hampshire State Police Ride a Long", and keep going in circles back to this thread.
Now I can't get out...
Ohhhh...so that's what that means.
Dude, Sine was kinda pissed when a somewhat buzzed Obie asked him if it was some sort of French thing at last Feb's M&G.
He looked at me like I was a total a-hole. I felt like a baggadouche. I guess I need to work on my Latin.
"Biker??? Oh, I'm an idiot."
I still can't figure out what they're doing in Afghanistan. You see any water there?
Ride-alongs can be a drag for the cop in question, I've heard. I rode with a cop in Wilmington once, but I knew him through some friends. He offered to take me on patrol, so I knew that he was okay with it from the start. It was a great experience. There were some very squared away guys up there, and they were more than happy to tell me about their work. I got to see the K-9 unit in action, which was awesome.
Asking for a ride along is asking a lot, though- the officer has to give up a shift, more or less, and can't really work at his usual pace. It's probably not a good idea to "cold call" for one.
I luv to watch the progression of threads like this...
1) OP " Hey guys I have a question "
2) A few sarcastic responses
3) OP saying " dont worry I have thick skin "...
4) Another few sarcastic responses and one or two helpful ones
5) OP thanking the few helpful responses and calling out the others
6) OP getting flamed
7) OP getting nasty..
8) OP waving bye bye on the bus....
Just like the weird little kid in the Van Halen "Hot For Teacher" video...
SIT DOWN, WALDO!!
Nope just in their Camelbacks..
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