A few more choice posts:
Funny how finding out someone's nickname can be a complete game changer.My fiance is at USP Lewisburg serving a 41 year sentence. He's been down for 4 yrs and 9 mos. We are fighting, to this day, for justice because of the lies the feds told to put him there with no help from his public defender, who had to be, as he stated, "the devil's advocate":fb: . There WILL be justice! May God bless you all.
I wish I could reach out to this woman to tell her to kill herself also. Her son would be much better off without her.I am awaiting sentencing and will serve around 40 months. My husband was to serve the same sentence but took his life instead- almost a year ago. So now I am clinging on to Blakely "hopes" so I lose only 2 years of my 7 year-old sons life instead of three. The federal sentencing guidelines and the system itself have impacted my life and my sons in more than ways I could have ever imagined.
This is one of my absolute favorite comments. Gotta hand it to the guy, whoever he is. He managed to get this woman to go from **** buddy to support group without having to deal with any of the relationship crap in between.my man is in a fed prison and it is good to know that u all feel the same way i do and it is refreshing to know that u all stick by your men. mine has 11 yrs and has been in there for 8mths so far and it sucks. we really didn't fall in love until after he went but were real good friends and a little more before that. its a long time but hopefully with prayer and good behavior he will not have all that time. i do have a question though..... did your men find god while they are there or did they have god before? just a question, i think its great that they find god just don't know why this is how they have to do it.
LOL.My man did 10+ Fed Max time & various SHUs. As a result, he has no marketable skills out here on the streets, PLUS he has "issues" like crowds bother him a lot, he just likes to stay home so he won't get into trouble, and other stuff that can be hard to deal with, but we're getting through it. He's spent half his life incarcerated in one place or another, so he's learning how to live out here. I have to remember that it's like he's only 17 for "out on the streets" social skills because he's only been on the streets for a total of about 17 years from birth.
Mother of the year, right here.Two son's in the Federal System. One has been locked up and is at Chicago MCC, since Dec of 2006 (188 months) and the other reports to Terre Haute June 2 (131 months).
Jesus Christ. How much is this one family costing the ****ing taxpayers?They have my man, my dad (he'll be home this yr) they HAD my mom and my aunt, they have my uncle as well as a few cousin's.....and they HAD a few more of my cousin's. As well as a few childhood friends that are still in. Needless to say I'M AFFECTED!!!!!!
I think that since Alter2Ego believes that precision is possible, therefore god exists, they would also believe that if the earth was 10 feet closer to the sun, you know the rest. I'm tempted to try and bait that user.
Researching the effects of privatization on some of the prisons? Minimum occupancy rates & the like?Originally Posted by TheWalrus
Also, netflix recommendation for everyone- Woody Allen: A Documentary
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Am I the only person that hasn't seen any one of the 6 fast and the furious movies?
On the other hand, dealers are sort of a different situation from users. Dunno about you. I find one much more empathetic than the other.
I saw a documentary on Allen that had been made pretty recently. Not sure if it was this one. Anyway, Woody is a pretty elusive character... almost totally devoid of interest as an interviewee. Whether that's by design or not, I can't particularly tell. But no one who writes as he does can actually conceive of themselves as he seems to do, as just a regular ol' Knicks fan whose movies are ****ty rip offs of Ingmar Bergman.Also, netflix recommendation for everyone- Woddy Allen: A Documentary
Not that I'm looking for him to be a puffed up weirdo with delusions of grandeur or the brilliant recluse afflicted by his genius and spinning off brilliant work like solar flares. But if I'm going to be intrigued by Woody Allen it's going to be in the relationship between his personality and his work. And in his case there's none. Perhaps that should be the interesting thing but in his case it isn't, since he gives you no way in, not even an alternate one. Only Diane Keaton -- and I presume, Soon Yi -- really know what's going on in there.