The World’s Most Dangerous Job Is Cutting Off a Dindu’s Utilities

20 04 2017

Hamilton Heights

I bet that’s what this was about.

UPDATE 3 PM

No disconnection, they were digging to install a meter.

A little birdie tells me that this was probably an anti-white hate crime.  The two dead workers are white, and of course, the suspect, well, usual suspect.

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20 04 2017
The Gentle Grizzly

A close relative of mine was a customer service rep with the utility commission in her (and my at the time) state. The stories she could tell about people who didn’t pay their bills!

When it came to gas: they’d go back out and turn it back on. The gas company would remove the meter and cap off the pipe ends. The “customer” would join the gas company side and their house side, often with car heater hose.

Electricity: sometimes meters had to be removed, and in some cases, the drop to the house would be be removed because of the efforts of the “customer” to hook back up again.

The best stories were about unpaid water bills. “They can’t cut the water off! The Board of Health won’t allow it!” They were right in an indirect way: the “Board of Health” would declare a dwelling without a water supply as unfit for habitation, and condemn the property.

The close relative never brought up the ethnicity of the “customers”, being a good liberal, and me, at my young age, didn’t ask. Now that I am older and wiser, I can well-imagine what they were.

20 04 2017
hypie

have’ya noticed that cable installer crews are all black? so why are “un-installers” all white? This is BS & dangerous BS at that from these companies. All “un-installers” should have police escort while doing their work in da’hood

22 04 2017
The Gentle Grizzly

One thing I’ve noticed the few times I’ve dealt with cable offices: except for where I live now, they ALL had armed security guards on duty and many had Lucite “teller cage”‘type customer service counters.

I suspect the reason my local one doesn’t: under 5% Dindu population.

20 04 2017
20 04 2017
countenance

Fresno was also an ambush of utility company workers.

Could the problacktards have an effort afoot to ambush and murder white “soft” targets?

20 04 2017
Cecil

The dindus have been doing this for 50+ years and it never got more than 2 lines on page 17 of major city newspapers. Growing up in NYC this occurred with disturbing regularity to New York Telephone & ConEd workers, but was rarely reported.

21 04 2017
AnAnon

“Police believe the shooting is random” – police want you to believe the shooting is random.

21 04 2017
High Arka

The news, you can expect to put things that way, but for a human being, it’s really insulting to say that “the police” want you to believe that. Statistically, patrol officers and former patrol officers probably want you to know the truth, whereas the communications major who works at a desk for the department’s public relations office knows that she’ll lose her paycheck and pension if she tells the reporters what the current and former patrol officers think.

You might better phrase it, “The PR people want you to believe…” or “The Mayor wants you to believe…”

(I know you goys are afraid of talking about Ashkenazi countenances here, so you stick with more easily understood brown targets, but you at least shouldn’t imply that most patrol officers don’t know what’s happening. It’s insulting.)

21 04 2017
AnAnon

Oh no, the point of my post is very much that they know whats happening, but fair enough point, I don’t think the rank and file are responsible for this kind of crap.

21 04 2017
countenance

Police actually believe otherwise.

21 04 2017
High Arka

I’m confused–are you saying that a majority of America’s patrol officers don’t believe that race correlates to crime? I’d thought that was an undisputed claim in these parts. Keep in mind, I’m talking about officers who drive around and respond to calls, not ones receiving public policy or administration sinecures.

21 04 2017
Alex the Goon

If people were smart, they’d realize “It was random” means “I’m next”, not “It’ll never happen to me”. It should scare the shit out of them, yet they put their heads back down and continue grazing.

21 04 2017
countenance

Okay, now they’re trying to peddle the bull of “he was upset with his electric bill.”

So why did he, upset with his ELECTRIC bill, murder two NATURAL GAS company workers then himself?

21 04 2017
The Gentle Grizzly

You know how those utility workers are: they all look the same.

22 04 2017
hypie

shooorrrrre look alike to me too :)

21 04 2017
countenance

The doer’s Faceberg. Nothing special. I was hoping for a gold mine, but all we got was a dirt patch.

https://www.facebook.com/clinton.willis1?lst=100007451525509%3A100001901887752%3A1492792399

21 04 2017
countenance

I still think it was race hate, because it’s the best fit.

But let’s say this theory about how he was upset with his electric bill and got the electric company and the gas company mixed up. That still doesn’t speak well for Bell Curve City.

21 04 2017
countenance

The “he was upset about his electric bill” theory just fell apart.

Read carefully.

Fifth paragraph.

Of course, read the whole thing.

http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/laclede-gas-shooting-victim-was-outdoorsman-killer-had-criminal-past/article_b56eac4d-cbc6-5a7f-9214-e63d5ab6c337.html

21 04 2017
Nicholas Stix

Well, it can’t be race. The police “have ruled out race as a motive,” and you know they would never lie about a thing like that, so just put race out of your head!

21 04 2017
countenance

They don’t know what it is, but they know it’s not race. Okay, make that make sense.

21 04 2017
Alex the Goon

They should lead with “not about race” every time, just as the feds lead with “not terrorism” before the blood is dry or flames are put out, every time.

21 04 2017
Truth-hammer

Funny thing. I worked in St. Louis for two years in the early 2000’s. I was an auto damage adjuster for a lizard insurance company. I would have to go to inner-city STL and north STL to examine cars and deliver checks for damages. I was never hassled. Although I was alert and anxious, I realized that the nogs knew that I was not the “Man” but a guy who was bringing money to someone in the hood. I transferred to St. Louis from Clearwater-St. Petersburg, FL which was my first assignment. I should have stayed there. The only thing I liked about STL was Imo’s Pizza.

21 04 2017
The Gentle Grizzly

A close family member worked as a sort-of ombudsman at the public utility commission in our state. The stories we kids heard about every excuse in the world regarding delinquent bills.

Phones were easy. Those could be shut off at the switching office. No danger to anyone.

Gas: “My children will freeze!” (In Los Angeles?!?) One story we were told came from the relative’s contact at the gas company. The service was shut off, and the “customer” turned it back on with a pair of pliers. The gas company pulled the meter and capped the pipe ends. The “customer” jumped the gap with a piece of car heater hose. Gas company shut off the gas further down the line, removed the company-side valve at the house, capped it. Darned if the “Customer” didn’t jumper the line with hose again!

Electricity: meters had to be pulled, and in one case, the drop disconnected at the pole. Even “customers” weren’t going to risk bypassing that one…

The best stories came regarding water: “You CAN’T cut the water off! The Board of Health won’t allow it!” True in a very, very round-about way: if water is not supplied to a residential property, it is condemned as unsuitable for human habitation and the building is condemned and the occupants evicted. Many “customers” got a big surprise on that one.

21 04 2017
Alex the Goon

I advised a friend once to shut off all utilities to smoke out his deadbeat roommates. They held out like troopers at first, schlepping in 5-gal bottles from the store, but they gave up in less than a week.

22 04 2017
countenance

I have made the recent prediction that the left and the Democrats will soon start pushing for policy changes when it comes to Section 8 so that the LL/PM pay for their tenants’ electric/nat-gas/LP/HHO/internet monthly bills, in exchange for the LL/PM increasing the rent and Section 8 picking up the difference.

22 04 2017
The Gentle Grizzly

And then the dindus will find yet more to scream and riot for. I don’t recall the name of the movie, but I recall a science fiction movie from the 50s where there was some sort of infernal machine. It kept lashing out and doing something nasty but I don’t recall what. The only way to keep the infernal machine at bay was to feed it ever-bigger doses of electricity. The scientists predicted that, soon, there would not be enough energy generated on the planet to sate the machine and they’d all die.

The parallel was “equality of opportunity” morphing into affirmative action, then lenient jail sentences, ever-better housing paid for on the taxpayer dime, surplus cheese and butter becoming food stamps becoming EBT, school lunches becoming school breakfast and lunch, then dinner, then meals throughout summer. Then sail foams. The ever-more-hungry infernal machine.

22 04 2017
countenance

Marx did not call civil rights “a revolution in permanence” for nothing.

23 04 2017
Dr Duke

Only thing that surprises me about this is that the shooter killed himself.
BTW I was a cable guy in Southern Illinois. At our outfit the same guys did installs and disconnects.

23 04 2017
Dr Duke

One more thought: Where is this kind of marksmanship when they are shooting at each other?




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