[S4E10] Everybody Killers WORK
That night, as Sunnydale sleeps, white wisps float from each person's mouth to a belfry, where they settle in the box from Buffy's dream, as ghoulish skeletal figures with metal-toothed grins and impeccable black suits look on. In the morning, Buffy and Willow discover they are unable to speak and become visibly distressed; they soon discover that everybody is unable to speak. The group gathers at Giles' where they see that the news is reporting that Sunnydale is suffering from an epidemic of laryngitis. Buffy and Riley, each concerned that chaos will ensue, find each other attempting to keep order on the streets. Buffy does not know about Riley's paramilitary role as an agent of the Initiative; he in turn is unaware that she is the Slayer. They exchange a look and then their first kiss, before parting to continue their efforts.
[S4E10] Everybody Killers
Animal seems to have been partially inspired by Lee Harvey Oswald - Both were killers and cop killers who used firearms (including revolvers, while Oswald also used a sniper rifle) in their crimes, had surviving victims, and were both shot once and killed by someone outside of the law as retribution for their murders while in police custody.
The unsub is a narcissistic psychopathic white male aged in his 30s, whose goal is to prove his masculinity. He does this by going after high-risk targets, such as gang members and police officers. As a narcissist, he will be following the investigation closely. With the BAU acting like they are taking over the investigation, putting them above the local police and saying that they are tougher to take out, it is issuing the unsub a challenge that he won't be able to ignore. All of the attacks, with the exception of the one on Cunningham and Mercer, had taken place in the 12th Street Gang's territory. It is his hunting ground and he is unlikely to stray from it. Locations had multiple vantage points for the shooter, with limited access and exit routes for his victims. He has incredible temper problems, and is very violent. He believes that everybody is after him, so he will always pick fights with everyone, even though he knows that he is going to lose. He is fairly smart, fearless, and cunning, being able to make plans to lure his victims. He will not be easy to take down.
In this week's Mr Robot episode, Darlene sits on a park bench with Dom, and distributes the money she stole from the Deus Group to everybody, evenly. I timed the transaction as it happened in the show. It was 24 seconds, between her hitting return and seeing the following message on her screen: "Transfers Complete. All Wallets Updated" This processing time includes a message that says, "cleaning coins through crypto tumbler". It took 1 minute and 16 seconds for the transaction to tumble, process, and for the recipients to begin to get notices that they received money in their accounts.
That's complicated. There was no global montage showing people celebrating all over the world (which I found a little surprising, even though I still love how this episode was shot). The only indication of a truly global transfer, to every individual in the world, is a TV screen in the airport saying that, "Global eCoin Payout... Deus group collapses as wealth spreads around the world." So Darlene could have sent the money to every individual with an eCoin wallet in the world, or she could be sending them to every American, or to everybody in the developed world. I doubt the average rice farmer in Indonesia is really using eCoin, but it's possible. If she only sent it to every American, our wealth tends to spread around the globe pretty fast, so that's possible, too.
For outputs... for simplicity's sake, I will make the conservative assumption that everybody has one eCoin wallet. That means somewhere between 327 million and 7.6 billion outputs. Accounting for everybody having multiple wallets would make the transaction even bigger, but this is a good starting point to get a feel for what this transaction would look like, in the real world.
If Elliot and Darlene were genius economists, I might expect them to account for PPP in their payout. They would have to be geniuses, to predict what PPP is doing after events like the 5/9 hack, because their best data would be out of date, so they would have to use all kinds of fancy regressions and tricks to figure out how that would work in such a volatile world economy. They definitely aren't economists, though, so I'll assume they sent the same nominal amount to everybody.
Iris strolls over into the court and intrudes on the preliminary. She's going to tell everybody that Barry's the Flash when Barry utilizes a force that permits both of the pair to move quicker than any other person so they can't be seen or heard. Barry consoles her that he's settled on the choice not to tell anybody, and she concurs that it must stay a mystery.
Aftermath leaves a transport and starts strolling down the road, taking everybody out that he cruises by. He sees they all fall and he asks himself what's happening, demonstrating that he doesn't know about the forces he has.
Barry meets with everybody at S.T.A.R. Labs, and, gratitude to the TV, he discovers he's been seen as liable. Back at the town hall, Barry sees The Thinker go into a close by room, and he faces the man who surrounded him. Devoe uncovers he has Dominic's clairvoyant capacities.
As we know, the entire premise of Volume 4 is based on a musical show. Now, not everybody is a fan of musicals but as a former theatre kid and musical nerd, I was very excited to see how the characters would be bursting into song and dance, showcasing their emotions and much more. With that, the Varsity Show is being held in Beckford Hall, which is named after a white slave owner and for obvious reasons, many Black students at Winchester are protesting against the 90s R&B musical. Instead, Black AF (the Black American Forum, a student union underneath the Black Caucus) are vehemently against the musical with the vibrant and unapologetic freshman, Iesha, taking the lead on this.
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Michael has now joined the ranks of Marlo's killers and runs one of his corners, with Dukie leaving high school to work there. ("Final Grades") Randy's house is firebombed by school bullies for his cooperation with the police, ("That's Got His Own") leaving his caring foster mother hospitalized and sending him back to a group home. Namond is taken in by Colvin, who recognized the good in him. The major crimes unit from earlier seasons is largely reunited, and they resume their investigation of Marlo Stanfield. ("Final Grades")
Iris and the other women on the team decide to stop Amunet before she can unleash her drug onto the city. They follow Amunet to a steel mill where Amunet reveals her new drug to a potential customer. After offering the customer a sample, the man agrees to buy the drug off of Amunet. While they try to stop the deal, Iris and Felicity are captured but are saved when Caitlin arrives and offers to work for Amunet if she leaves the two go. Amunet reveals that over the years, no one testified against her because they were not alive to do so. She refuses Caitlin's deal and orders her men to kill everybody. However, Caitlin transforms into Killer Frost again, causing Amunet to don her metal glove and attack Caitlin herself. However, while she does so, Cecile hacks one of the magnets inside the factory and thus disarms Amunet. Killer Frost then creates an icy dagger and plans to kill Amunet with it but Iris manages to talk her out of it.
She forces Caitlin to go through with the procedure and stands right by as Caitlin performs the surgery. Her bag full of metal shards stands right nearby, as a precaution. When Dominic suddenly spasms and his heart stops beating, Amunet panics and orders Caitlin to save him. However, she suddenly feels a faintness and her guards drop down as well. Just moments before she faints, Amunet realizes that Caitlin has unleashed the inhalation anesthetic into the room, affecting everybody except her and Dominic, who both wear masks. Also, Dominic's heart hasn't stopped, it was just a distraction. Caitlin and Dominic rush out of the building but Amunet somehow regains consciousness and pursues them. She hurls metal shards after them but misses and alerts the two. She fires three more shards, aiming for Caitlin's body, but suddenly Ralph Dibny and Cisco Ramon show up. Ralph catches the shards with his elastic body and Cisco blasts Amunet with his vibe powers, taking her out. Before Amunet can recover, the four flee through a breach created by Cisco.
This brings us to Arya's future, and looking to that in a Bran-like trance, we can see how pivotal this moment truly is. She's essentially leaving home and going to the College of Kill, and she's making the choice by herself. Braavos, the House of Black and White, the Waif, and a returning Jaqen are waiting to take away her name, her costume, and even her eyesight for a time. She'll learn the game of faces, sell oysters/clams/cockles, see some outdoor theatre, and truly learn the best of what this world's top killers have to offer. Though she gives up her name for a time, she never fully parts with her trusty blade, Needle. We would have cried if she had.
Led by Martin Keamy, the Mercenary team from the freighter arrives on the island in the later-half of the episodes. They attack Locke's camp, killing around eight people, including Danielle, Alex and Karl. Some survivors flee for the beach while Locke, Ben and Hurley head to Jacob's cabin for instructions to save the island and everybody else on it; and Locke is instructed to move the island by Christian.
Rather than a UFC contract, Loughnane instead drew the ire of the company president. "Unlike any other show you would fight on or whatever, I'm looking for killers, man," White said that night. (Loughnane is now in the PFL, while Algeo has fought four times in the UFC.) 041b061a72