Thread: Has Anyone Been To Jail?

    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    Quote by wapazoid
    Quote by highjacd
    it sucks too because i got pulled over for speeding and the cop was going to let me go, but then looked down and saw a pipe that belonged to my now ex-boyfriend. the whole situation could have been avoided if i had seeen it first and hid it somewhere. i shouldnt have been driving around with it in the first place, i'm a retard.


    Your ex? The guy in the pics you've posted?

    Are you insinuating that she *gasp* ...puffs the magic dragon?


    no he is my current boyfriend...i'd never post pictures of the dreadded EX

    Quote by hsmith98
    It belonged to your exboyfriend, sure, a likely story. I saw one of your other posts. Sitting the front porch... watching the muppet show.


    yes you are right, i do love to sit out on my front porch and smo...er...watch the muppet show...but that pipe did happen to be his...i roll mine so there's no big clunky pipe to get rid of if the situation occurs that i have to quickly get rid of it...joints and blunts can easily be eaten or stomped out until they're un recognizable.
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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    Quote by Wordplay
    But if I do, I'll probably see it more often, since criminal-record effectively prevents you from getting the top-shot jobs and thus forces to find "alternative careers."


    Yes, sadly this kind of thing is one reason (IMO) why we have all these repeat offenders. Once you step out of jail/prison, it makes it that much harder to find a job.

    And many people will re-offend, just so they can at least have food, water, shelter, and clothes on their backs, all at tax-payer's expense.
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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    Quote by highjacd
    Quote by wapazoid
    Quote by highjacd
    it sucks too because i got pulled over for speeding and the cop was going to let me go, but then looked down and saw a pipe that belonged to my now ex-boyfriend. the whole situation could have been avoided if i had seeen it first and hid it somewhere. i shouldnt have been driving around with it in the first place, i'm a retard.


    Your ex? The guy in the pics you've posted?

    Are you insinuating that she *gasp* ...puffs the magic dragon?


    no he is my current boyfriend...i'd never post pictures of the dreadded EX

    Quote by hsmith98
    It belonged to your exboyfriend, sure, a likely story. I saw one of your other posts. Sitting the front porch... watching the muppet show.


    yes you are right, i do love to sit out on my front porch and smo...er...watch the muppet show...but that pipe did happen to be his...i roll mine so there's no big clunky pipe to get rid of if the situation occurs that i have to quickly get rid of it...joints and blunts can easily be eaten or stomped out until they're un recognizable.


    Good thinking. Personally it should be legalized. It to me is the equlivant to drinking a beer when you get home.
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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    Quote by hsmith98

    Good thinking. Personally it should be legalized. It to me is the equlivant to drinking a beer when you get home.


    amen sista!
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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    Yes, sadly this kind of thing is one reason (IMO) why we have all these repeat offenders. Once you step out of jail/prison, it makes it that much harder to find a job.

    And many people will re-offend, just so they can at least have food, water, shelter, and clothes on their backs, all at tax-payer's expense.

    Exactly -and why all records should be erased the moment you have paid your dues. Of course, there are some repeat-offenders, but there has to be a better way to deal with them separately.

    Anyway, just speaking from my own behalf. At the CEO/Exec level the competition is tough, so a criminal-record of any kind automatically shuts you out when, inevitably, compared to clean records. You know how it goes:

    "Lessee, candidate Jackson. Professor, 20 years of experience, Nobel-prize, national hero, 10 different recommendations, and a jail sentence of unpaid parking-bills. That won't do. Send the regular thank-you message."
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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    If you harm innocent people, you deserve segregation.
    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    Yep, I've been in the can. It ain't pretty and I have never been back. I have a hard enough time going to the bathroom in a stall when there is anyone else in the bathroom. That had to just about be the worst part of it, I used the toilet once for the week that I was there. I covered myself with a blanket the whole time. I was in holding for a week. That means no TV, no radio, nothing but a cot bolted to the wall and a toilet in the corner.

    They brought some guy in and put him in for domestic abuse. He refused to change into his oranges and they let him in anyway. I was really surprised. Just seem tto go against everything I have ever been taught, they said change, he said no, they said OK.

    Anyway, he had a pocket full of Xanex. He hid them under his pillow and ate one every three minutes or so. I took one to help me sleep. Eventually he changed into his oranges because they refused to feed him until he did. He kept telling me how he can do what he wants in his house, and telling me about a columbin necktie. EVentually he tryed to get me to break his leg with a piece of metal from his bed. He tryed that one for about half an hour. He said it was the only way we were going to get out of there.

    There is a lot more to the story, but I'll cut it short there. Suffice it to say I have never went back, and I never will.
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    It makes me mad at truth
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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    I got to take a tour of the county jail, it was a field trip for my sociology class. That's the closest I've ever been.

    As for the cop remarks: My father is a retired police officer and was a major asshole until he retired. He actually told the other cops what kind of car I had and told them to pull me over if I even looked at them the wrong way. Now I have been pulled over plenty of times for traffic violations or having a tail light out and 9 times of 10, I never had a problem. Although one time I got into an argument with a state trooper because I did not like his attitude, My dad had to get me out of that one
    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    No, I've never been to jail.
    But wow.
    Right before I clicked on the thread, I read the title of the one below it.
    And it looked like this:

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    Has Anyone Been To Jail?
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