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“I always saw myself as a good guy.” - Michael De Santa

“I only give people what they have coming to them." - Jimmy Hopkins

"I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity, but they’ve always worked for me.” - Trevor Phillips 

“Friends? Friends are for the weak.” - Gary Smith 

“You cool? ‘Cool’ what? Slinging dope and throwing up gang signs?" - Franklin Clinton

”-I’m too cool to be a dork, and I’m too dorky to be anything else.“ - Petey Kowalski

Grand Theft Auto: V (2013)

Bully: Scholarship Edition (2006)

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Some celebrities who have killed people - p2

I made a list of some celebrities (people in the public eye at least) who have killed another person, whether it be accidental or on purpose. This is part 2, part 1 can be found here

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10. Felicia Pearson - Actress

What you might have seen her in/Known for: The Wire, Diamond Ruff, Da Sweet Blood of Jesus

What she did: Working as a drug dealer at the age of 14, she shot and killed a girl (Okia Toomer), I can’t find many details on why she killed her, but she was arrested, charged and sentenced to serve two consecutive 8-year terms, but she was released after only 6 and a half years. 

11. Lane Garrison - Actor

What you might have seen him in: Quality of Life, Prison Break, Camp X-Ray

What he did: In December 2006, he was drink driving with teenager, Vahagn Setian in the passengers seat when he crashed, killing Vahahn, Lane had a blood alcohol level of .20, and there was cocaine in his system. The L.A. County District Attorney office officially charged him with vehicular manslaughter, driving under the influence and providing alcohol to a minor. He pleaded guilty, in October 2007 he was sentenced to 40 months (3 and a half years) in jail. He was released from prison in April, 2009 for good behavior. He has since enrolled himself into a rehabilitation center to kick his drug and alcohol habit. 

12. Amy Locane - Actress

What you might have seen her in: Cry-Baby, Airheads, Melrose Place, School Ties

What she did: In June 2010 she crashed into another car going into their driveway, killing 60 year old Helene Seeman and injuring her husband Fred. Amy’s blood alcohol was three times the legal limit at the time of the crash. In November 2012 a jury convicted her of vehicular homicide and assault by auto. In February 2013 she was officially sentenced to 3 years in jail. In June 2015 she was released on parole, but in July 2016 the Court determined that Amy will be resentenced after the state appealed her initial sentence as too lenient.

13. Vince Neil - Musician 

Known for: Being the lead vocalist of heavy metal band Mötley Crüe.

What he did: In December 1984 after spending the day at Vince’s house partying with others, himself and Hanoi Rocks drummer Nicholas “Razzle” Dingley decided to go get more alcohol from the shop, Vince lost control of the car and hit an oncoming vehicle. The two occupants of the other car were seriously injured and suffered brain damage, and Nicholas Dingley was killed. Vince was charged with vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence of alcohol. In July 1986 he was sentenced to 30 days in jail, five years probation, $2.6 million in restitution to the victims of the crash and 200 hours of community service. He got out of jail in 15 days for good behavior; Mötley Crüe dedicated their third studio album, Theatre of Pain, to Nicholas. 

14. Lillo Brancato, Jr. - Actor

What you might have seen him in: A Bronx Tale, The Sopranos (TV show)

What he did: Lillo and his accomplice, Steven Armento (Lillo’s girlfriends father) were breaking into an unoccupied house in late 2005, when off duty police officer, Daniel Enchautegui heard glass breaking (as he lived next door) and confronted them, Daniel waited for back-up as a gunfight began, when he was shot and killed. Lillo was arrested in December 2005, in January 2009 a jury sentenced him to 10 years in prison, Steven received life in prison without the possibility of parole. In December 2013, Lillo was released on parole. 

15. Fay DeWitt - Actress

What you might have seen her in: Moments of Clarity, The Last Heist, Juke Box Hero…these are all recent movies, but she has a very long list of acting credits dating back to 1959. 

What she did: In 1965 she stabbed her ex husband to death with a letter opener, at first she was charged with murder, but charges were later dropped when it came to light she was apparently defending herself from him, who was drunk and attacking her when the stabbing took place.

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These posts can take quite long to make since it takes a lot of looking at different sites for details, also typing it out so it isn’t too long, I don’t have time to do anymore right now but I will be making a part 3 post soon, and maybe more true crime celebrity posts?? like celebrities who were murdered, celebrities whose family were killed etc. Not sure, just an idea. I enjoy making these kind of posts in general, it’s interesting.

anonymous asked:

Feel u. The genre they use for most of the songs isn't really my style, I would have liked to hear their voices without all that filters....

i know bands change their sound and stuff but like, even through out the years bts have always had something uniquely BANGTAN about their music… this album just feels so empty and soulless… And yeah I agree it’s so sad to hear them auto tuned like that… they have good voices…. like, for why? This feels so 2011-2013 over auto tuned kpop