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    Cool Websleuth's Lingo

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    Now and then we have to remember with as many new members we have that our every day lingo becomes like a maze to them. Since people are lost on these and asking...here you go! Seasoned posters can feel free to add their own since I will probably forget half of them.

    LE= Law Enforcement
    POI= Person Of Interest
    COD= Cause Of Death
    TOD= Time OF Death
    ITA= I Totally Agree
    POS= Piece of ***** (Reserved for a known perp, suspect, or POI)
    IIRC= If I Recall Correctly
    FWIW= For What Its Worth
    COB= POS The story behind this is on the Jessie Davis case, someone meant to type COP in reference to Bobby Cutts, Jr. and it came out COB. We called him that for the rest of the case and now it had become synonymous with POS.
    OT= Off Topic
    WTH= What The Hell? (Usually reserved for frustration in understanding what is taking place within a certain situation...such as in this case. I see it a lot when discussing Casey Anthony.)
    GMAB= Give Me A Break
    Last edited by JBean; 12-17-2008 at 11:05 AM.
    "WE SEEK FOR THE TRUTH. WE SEEK JUSTICE.
    THE COURTS REQUIRE IT. THE VICTIMS CRY FOR IT
    AND GOD DEMANDS IT!"

    A quote spray painted on the wall by search
    and rescue workers, Team 5, at the OKC Bombing site 4-19-1995.



    What I post are my opinions only.

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    How about

    GM- grandmother
    GP- grandparents
    No female, no matter how drunk, drugged, or provocatively dressed they may be, deserves to be ogled, harrassed, raped, or murdered. So stop the ignorant insinuations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by galvino View Post
    It scares me more than that freaky thing on the beach in long Island!
    Isn't that the weirdest looking creature you've ever seen? I listened to the news today and they are trying to say it's a raccoon. I call BS. I've seen many raccoons in my life and that thing is NO KIN!

    It looks like a Koala bear mixed with a dog.


    BS=This isn't Bull Snot.
    PITA=Pain In The Arse.
    Bitter are the tears of a child: Sweeten them.
    Deep are the thoughts of a child: Quiet them.
    Sharp is the grief of a child: Take it from him.
    Soft is the heart of a child: Do not harden it.
    ~Pamela Glenconner~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truly View Post
    Over in thread 45, a poster referred to Casey as Miss Pinnochio

    Then a few folks joked that MP would be the perfect name for Casey. In a way, I hope it doesn't take off, because I can forsee 300 people posting: 'Wait a sec! Who's MP??' And then another 300 responses.

    Anyway, I thought I'd crosspost it to the lingo thread.

    MP=Miss Pinnochio=Casey. LOL (Laugh Out Loud)!

    BTW, one common lingo term I have never quite figured out is ROFL, sometimes with more letters. I know it means to laugh really hard, but what do the letters stand for? Thanks!
    ROFL=rolling on floor laughing, ROFLMAO-rolling on floor laughing my arse off.

    Can someone explain to me what "bump" means? Like "I am bumping this post".

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    bumping means to move it back to the top so people can see it.

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    This is a great site for online acronyms...
    http://www.sharpened.net/glossary/acronyms.php

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    Just read a post with "FUBAR"-- had to look up the meaning-- lol
    "Fouled Up Beyond All Recognition"

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    POI person of interest
    OCCAM'S RAZOR : "All other things being equal, the simplest solution is the best."

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    This may have been posted already and I missed it but

    IMO: In my opinion
    IMHO: In my humble/honest opinion

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    Dumb Question

    LOL feel free to blast me but can someone share with me what/who LE stands for?


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    Law Enforcement

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    There's no such thing as a dumb question !!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cagney View Post
    LOL feel free to blast me but can someone share with me what/who LE stands for?
    As far as I know, it stands for "Law Enforcement".


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    It took me such a long time to figure out what LE stood for! All the other abbreviations take me a while to figure out too, unless they're obvious.

    I just figured out now that BH stands for bounty hunters.

    Sometimes it's so hard to figure out, unless you read every single thread, every day.

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    don't feel bad I found myself wondering what AI stood for in an article I was reading- figured out they were refering to "artificial intelligence"
    ...scary...it's ....h e r e !

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    bumppp for those that are interested

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