Anton sighed a bit, clearly disappointed but not unsurprised, "Yes. The others are finding the same difficulties you are. I may have to massage my grant somewhat. But we're expending things to a general survey on what people feel about shifters. Looking for any opinions on the matter.
I still would ideally like to talk to people who believe they are or that believe they have seen shifters.
However perhaps things will work out as they did with Kinsey. Ask for normal people and you'll get enough deviants to make it interesting. Just a bit more work. "
Samael didn't recognize the name Kinsey nor recalled a person who the name might go with so he ignored it, "I've yet to meet a normal person, only fools who put on airs of normalcy but I understand your meaning. I'm not bloody looking forward to it, but... I'll see what I can do. Again, I make no promises, people are a disease I have little patience for. If I find someone willing I'll be sure to send them in." Samael then shut the phone, not one for the frivolities of 'good bye".
Kiyoshi then pulled him and got in front of him. She began to ask him something than hesitated looking down. Which frustrated him. She finally mustered the will to ask him, and it was a trifling thing, just a tour? That much hesitation. It displeased Samael greatly to watch her cowtoe like a child.
He pushed her hand off him, "What is this? Are you mocking me? Just a second a go you could hold up your head and now your bowing like some japanese fool!" He grabbed her jaw in his palm, "Listen... I have no time for children, so if you want something ask it with force... like an adult. If not than I don't see why I should make time for you."
The telepathic girl sat beside Frederick, to his eternal indifference. He didn't even look at the menu, "I'll have a glass of water and a single egg, scrambled." He didn't feel much like eating, his appetite seemed to have vanished for the most part, perhaps the disgusting spectacle of seeing all the veins pulsating in the sickening ooze of people thoughts was getting to him.