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NYPD’s #myNYPD Twitter campaign backfires spectacularly

Well, that escalated quickly.
What was intended as a feel-good PR campaign morphed into something else entirely when the NYPD called on Twitter users to post photos of themselves posing with their friendly local police officers.
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policymic:

NYPD’s #myNYPD Twitter campaign backfires spectacularly

Well, that escalated quickly.
What was intended as a feel-good PR campaign morphed into something else entirely when the NYPD called on Twitter users to post photos of themselves posing with their friendly local police officers.
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policymic:

NYPD’s #myNYPD Twitter campaign backfires spectacularly

Well, that escalated quickly.
What was intended as a feel-good PR campaign morphed into something else entirely when the NYPD called on Twitter users to post photos of themselves posing with their friendly local police officers.
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policymic:

NYPD’s #myNYPD Twitter campaign backfires spectacularly

Well, that escalated quickly.
What was intended as a feel-good PR campaign morphed into something else entirely when the NYPD called on Twitter users to post photos of themselves posing with their friendly local police officers.
Read more | Follow policymic

policymic:

NYPD’s #myNYPD Twitter campaign backfires spectacularly

Well, that escalated quickly.
What was intended as a feel-good PR campaign morphed into something else entirely when the NYPD called on Twitter users to post photos of themselves posing with their friendly local police officers.
Read more | Follow policymic

policymic:

NYPD’s #myNYPD Twitter campaign backfires spectacularly

Well, that escalated quickly.
What was intended as a feel-good PR campaign morphed into something else entirely when the NYPD called on Twitter users to post photos of themselves posing with their friendly local police officers.
Read more | Follow policymic

policymic:

NYPD’s #myNYPD Twitter campaign backfires spectacularly

Well, that escalated quickly.
What was intended as a feel-good PR campaign morphed into something else entirely when the NYPD called on Twitter users to post photos of themselves posing with their friendly local police officers.
Read more | Follow policymic

policymic:

NYPD’s #myNYPD Twitter campaign backfires spectacularly

Well, that escalated quickly.

What was intended as a feel-good PR campaign morphed into something else entirely when the NYPD called on Twitter users to post photos of themselves posing with their friendly local police officers.

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just bought my photo op with matt smith for friday night

askquin said: I don’t ignore you, youre my friend man.

hell yeah man

yeah we have our differences but at least we share common interests and the same sense of humor 

jifman05 said: I don’t think you’re bitter, friend. A little cynical maybe, but cynicism is healthy in certain doses I think.

i could say that im cynical in someways

im mostly down on my self right now because most people who follow me on this blog only leave a like on my art and then they ignore me and continue on with their day, which is saddening to say the least :T

Anonymous Asked
QuestionWho else is going besides matt smith? Answer

quite a few to be honest

oh i see what you did there Photo ops people …very clever

oh i see what you did there Photo ops people …very clever

i sound like im bragging alot about this comic expo but i dont care

i am so fucking hyped now

thats the face of a defeated man

thats the face of a defeated man

i feel like i come off as bitter to people

i also feel like people avoid me because of that

its almost friday

my excitement levels are building for my city’s comic con