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(WWLTV New Orleans)   If you're a homicide detective, and find yourself using a murder victim's blood to doodle his name on the street at the crime scene, it may be time to find another line of work   ( ) divider line 53
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2014-06-06 03:50:08 PM  
I was showing some social workers a few homeless camps in railway tunnels:

me, "Hey let me show you a great spot, if it happens to me, I'm going to camp here!"
workers, "Felix, you've been doing this too long."
2014-06-06 05:22:24 PM  

TrainingWheelsNeeded: A Terrible Human: Stress may have been a contributing factor, Hessler said

Now I don't know about any of you but I've never been so stressed out that I wrote stuff in human blood.

do you have witness the aftermath of criminal homicide on a regular basis?

Umm. I think I'll just plead the Fifth here.
2014-06-06 06:39:11 PM  
"If there were 50 more like him, our police force would be a lot stronger,"

"50 more like him", huh?  You goddamn know he's referring to white people.  And the fact that you agree with my rash assumption of what he inferred makes you a racist.

Why do you hate black people?

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