The Joker (The Dark Knight) - Dr. Hannibal Lector (Silence of the Lambs) - Stansfield (Leon: The Professional ) - Kyung-chul (I Saw The Devil) - Travis Bickle (Taxi Driver) - Tony Montana (Scarface 1983) - Bill “The Butcher” (Gangs of New York) - Tyler Durden (Fight Club) - Patrick Bateman (American Psycho) - Calvin Candie (Django Unchained)
Dean and Sam are on a case in your hometown but the trail is running cold. Dean is hoping to make a move before they leave town and start another case.
Warnings: Domestic Violence
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Maybe some of you will enjoy it too. I am by no means a writer so I
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Sam and Dean rolled into town with the all too familiar rumble of the impala. To them it seemed like a straightforward case. Three demons had been causing havoc in the area. Not for any reason in particular, probably just to stir up the dust of the small conservative town. Earlier in the week, they had tracked all three demons to a beach house. They were able to take care of two but the third smoked out. They reckoned the thing was still in town but laying low based on sulfur that was found at several violent thefts. However, they couldn’t establish a pattern and the trail seemed to turn cold. They discussed back and forth on whether they should head out for bigger and badder things. Dean argued they should stay but Sam saw right through his intentions. The fact that he had been eyeing a bartender every night gave him away, not wanting to leave town before he made a move.
You had been born and bred in this town. Never leaving for more than three days at a time. As everyone did in this town, you married young. Travis would have been a catch in high school and only after a year he swept you off your feet. Travis went straight to work in a factory full time. He was unable to move forward with his life, saying high school was the glory days and the best time of his life, it only went downhill from there.
Flint official blames water crisis on f*cking n*****s’ who ‘don’t pay their bills’ - By Travis Gettys - JUN 5, 2017
An official with a publicly funded land bank in Flint, Michigan, blamed the city’s water crisis on “f*cking n*****s” who fail to pay their bills.
Audio recordings made by an environmental activist appear to show Phil Stair, sales manager for the Genesee County Land Bank, using racial slurs and blaming poor residents for rising water costs, reported Truth Against The Machine.
“Flint has the same problems as Detroit — f*cking n*****s don’t pay their bills,” Stair says on the recording, which was made May 26 during a conversation with environmental activist and independent journalist Chelsea Lyons.
Stair was driving to a restaurant with Lyons and another person when the recordings were made, according to the blog.
“I don’t want to call them n*****s, sh*t I just went to Myrtle Beach (with) 24 guys, and I was the only white guy,” Stair said.
“I got friends — I mean, there’s trash and there’s people that do this sh*t. They just don’t pay their bills. Well, Detroit, didn’t collect on their bills, so they charged everybody else, but Flint, Flint had to pay their bill to Detroit.”
Stair is a government employee through the land bank, which is described on its website as a “non-profit government organization.”
He claimed the city, which is 56 percent black, was forced to begin using contaminated water from the Flint River after Detroit raised prices to account for its own unpaid water bills.
Emails show Detroit offered significant price reductions to Flint in hopes of keeping its largest water customer, after an emergency manager appointed by Gov. Rick Snyder decided to switch Flint over to its own water supply.
Flint officials also pulled millions of dollars from the city’s water and sewage fund to its insolvent general fund.
Stair told the activist and reporter that he was the land bank’s first employee, and he claimed he was personally hired by now-Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI), who was then Genesee County treasurer.
Kildee responded to the report about Stair’s recorded statements by calling for his immediate removal.