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Prison Tattoos?

My former cousin, who will never be my family, and who I have now officially disowned posted this last night. she posted it on fb, where my MOM of all people had to read it, so i dont feel the least bit bad quoting her directly. 565 more words



What happens behind closed doors, no-one knows. What goes on in someone’s mind, no-one knows. If words aren’t said, they won’t be heard and if a fire is lit, it keeps burning till nothing perishes. 77 more words


Motivation, Punishment and Reward

Our kids are always learning from us. They learn by observing as we role model a variety of skills, they learn by interacting with us as we play, and they learn when we actively “teach” them. 1,528 more words


The Salt Mine of Memory

Memory flavors each day.
Abundant memory preserves us
during lean times.
Too much memory
raises blood pressure.
Memory is salt.
Don’t forget me.

Memory–essential for life. 81 more words

A question on punishment

I have expressed my thoughts about punishment, freewill and so on.

Here is a case of a man who the prosecutor seeks a jail-term for 26yrs for two crimes… 29 more words


Lisa Kerr: Solitary confinement on trial

A new day has come in the fight to end excessive forms of prisoner isolation in Canada. A lawsuit filed in the B.C. Supreme Court against the federal government alleges that the laws governing isolation of prisoners in the federal system are unconstitutional. 985 more words

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