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    New England oddities 2014 - David Leaming/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Michael Smith, left, bearing a realistic-looking tattoo of a handgun on his stomach, stands beside a Somerset County Sheriff deputy outside his home in Norridgewock, Maine on March 18. Smith was subsequently arrested on June 13 after he allegedly showed up at a deputy’s home with a real gun in his waistband and drugs in his backpack.

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    New England oddities 2014 - Michael Dwyer/The Associated Press | of | Share this photo

    In this May 9 photograph, an electronic highway sign on Interstate 93 shows the term "Use Yah Blinkah" in Boston. The Massachusetts Department of Transportation posted the message "Changing Lanes? Use Yah Blinkah" on the signs around the city.

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    New England oddities 2014 - The Associated Press | of | Share this photo

    This June 16 photo shows the $1.8 million waterfront house that a developer mistakenly built on park land in Narragansett, R.I., and which the Rhode Island Supreme Court ordered to be removed. Construction began in 2009, but the developer didn't discover the error until 2011 when attempting to sell it. A foundation had been set up to preserve the property as a park in perpetuity, and the developer was told the land was not for sale.

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    New England oddities 2014 - Steven Senne/The Associated Press | of | Share this photo

    A statue of a man sleepwalking in his underpants is surrounded by snow in Wellesley, Mass., on the campus of Wellesley College in February. The sculpture entitled "Sleepwalker" was part of an exhibit by sculptor Tony Matelli at the college's Davis Museum.

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