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(New York Daily News)   On Monday, for the first time since the NYPD can remember, nobody was shot, stabbed or slashed in the city; however, 493,788 people were called "ya hump", "stunod" and/or "putz"   (nydailynews.com) divider line 4
    More: Interesting, N.Y.P.D., New York City, police, Tom Reppetto  
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2012-11-28 12:06:17 PM
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Sword and Shield: Sir Digby: Can someone spell out how to pronounce "Stunod" so I can start using it. I always love a new word for stupid people.

Stew-nahd. It's my favorite insult for telling a nurse a patient is being a dipshiat.


For the more academically inclined Farker:

From Italian stonato ("out of tune"). In Sicilian dialect, the word is stunatu. It is stunat' in Neapolitan. In both of these dialects, the word has a similar meaning to this one.

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2012-11-28 08:35:57 AM
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HotWingConspiracy: Did the city revert to a 1970's stereotyped version of itself on Monday?


Well, except without the murder.


Eps05: You know you have a problem when lack of violent crimes is actually newsworthy.


For the US, at least, New York is actually one of the safest cities in terms of incidents per capita. And with 8 million people you figure something's going to happen somewhere. Also, hasn't crime been a feature of cities since the beginning of human history?
2012-11-28 08:31:57 AM
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You know you have a problem when lack of violent crimes is actually newsworthy.

//as a sidenote, i always thought the 2nd amendment was ok for Americans because they actually need it.

/Canadian
2012-11-28 08:30:58 AM
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I thought it was "stunad", which in turn is some mezzogiorno dialectical derivation of the adjective "stonatto".
 
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