First let me say this... "You'll never take me alive, ya lousy pigs!" Okay, that's out of the way. So... one of my neighbors is a cop... a pretty nice guy, but he can be kinda dickish sometimes. The other day my wife greeted him as "Officer" and he got all bent out of shape. He was like, "I'm not Officer Clancy, I'm Sergeant Clancy." Oh... every time I see him I goes, I goes, "Clancy. Take the boys and surround the house." He hates it... which only serves to enhance the retardesqueish amusement it brings me. So anyway... after he corrrrects my wife, he goes on to say, "You calling me 'officer' is like me calling you 'nurse'." Now this is bullshit, right? I mean... doctor and nurse are two different things... two completely different degrees and qualifications... it's not like you can be promoted from a nurse up to a doctor. And, as far as I know, calling a cop "officer" is like calling an Army guy "soldier"... right? I mean... even if you're a five star general, you're still a soldier, right? Would an Army sergeant take offense at being called "soldier" because he's a sergeant? I made my argument... he disagreed. I didn't push the issue because he was armed with a gun and a taser at the time. A cop taking offense at being called "officer" because he's a police sergeant is dickish and basically wrong, right? Amirite?