Skimbo: Thanks for your comment! As far as I know, there are no public anti-gang programs, but who knows...
Sc4playar: Thanks for commenting!
hotChocolate: ¡Gracias por tu comentario! Yes, it is a police helicopter, I didn't realized it was there when I took the pic and decided to keep it when I was photoediting it.
jj88: Thank you for your comment! I seriously doubt that Blackwater local police can afford an helicopter but if it is there maybe something has changed...
lesgaz: Thanks for commenting!
DCMetro34: Thank you for your comment! Trixies? They're still very far away...
dghh70: Thanks for commenting! Don't get used to see people's conditions improving!
k50dude: Thank you for commenting! Blackwater is also the Mecca of shooting, you'll see...
kolnikov inc: Thanks for your comment!
Workers hands in Blackwater are stained by many different substances. Those who can see their hands stained are considered lucky people who still haven't been fired of their jobs.
On this oil treatment plant, workers hands have a brown-ish colour, just like their lungs seen on a radiography. Gloves? What gloves?
After the rush hour, teachers try to do their job on Blackwater Middle School. When they see their hands covered in white because the chalk dust, they thank godness because they've been able to write something on the blackboard, and they haven't spent an entire hour saying "shut up", "go to the principal's office" and dodging paper balls.
On the coal docks that supply the power plant, workers have their hands painted black. Although they try not to touch the coal with their own hands, dust can be found everywhere until the wind carries this dust to the water. More black for Blackwater.