They know Mary Jane ain’t going to kill them. Lying about it, pretending it might just proves to them you’re a liar or a fool and that nothing you say is worth taking seriously.
Wouldn’t it be better to just tell the truth?
Ah baby! Yes. Yes. YES!
“What will your mother say when you get out of the slammer and she discovers you’ve been anally raped by every ethnic prison gang ranging from the White Brotherhood to the Crips, the Bloods, to La Raza Unita?
“That you were forced to perform oral sex every night for the guy in the top bunk?”
Mommy wants that to happen to OTHER peoples’ kids and doesn’t want you to know she wants it for them, but she sure as hell doesn’t want it to happen to hers. So she tells you the next best thing. A lie.
Posted in 2013, America, Communication, Current Issues, Government, Human Behavior
Tagged criminal justice, culture, drugs, gang rape, gangs, Human Behavior, humor, jail, lies, Life, lifestyle, marijuana, Police, politics, prison, psychology, rape, society, sociology, war on drugs
This a wakeup call for those of you who have ignored the DEA, FBI, and State Law Enforcement shift to required mandatory use of illegal drugs. The War on Drugs has been a miserable failure in the attempt to either, get everyone in the US addicted to controlled substances, or place the ones not addicted into penal institutions.
A whopping 25% of the population is neither addicted, nor in prison. Of that 25%, at least 3% are suspected to actually be policemen, prosecutors, judges, and prison guards. 1% are believed to be politicians and lawmakers, though though a few of these are known to have allergies and adverse health reactions to some addictive and hallucinatory drugs.
Finally the criminal justice system is going to clamp down on these shirkers and scofflaws who are making it difficult for everyone. Effective August 31, 2013, any person found within the boundaries of the United States not addicted to a controlled substance will be given a fair trial, then sentenced to be tortured to death with common suspected terrorists at Guantanamo.
This means YOU.
Posted in 2013, America, Police, War on Drugs
Tagged criminal justice, DEA, drug enforcement, FBI, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, other, philosophy, Police, politics, psychology, society, sociology, war on drugs
Good morning readers. Thanks for coming by for a read.
Drove that house out here at speeds that our great-great grandaddies would have fainted and revived themselves to know. By 19th Century standards it was a rush. By 20th Century standards it slowed down some. But it came down the 19th Century standards road from the pavement to the cabin as smoothly as a buckboard or stagecoach would have.
Didn’t require many miles to discover I’m gonna need to install some helpers for the rear leaf springs. Or replace the old ones. A cross-wind at 55 adds thrills a person couldn’t find on a drag strip or Daytona speedway.
Now, whenever this is, I’m going to have to see if it will climb back out of here, drive over to the County Seat at TimeWarpVille, Texas. Maybe turn loose a few criminals if I get selected for jury duty.
Civic duties, civic duties, civic duties! Just drives me crazy!
Posted in 2012, Adventure, Transportation, Trucks
Tagged 1983, 22R, country life, courts, criminal justice, culture, Human Behavior, humor, jury duty, Life, lifestyle, motor home, psychology, senior citizens, society, sociology, Toyota RV
Just got an email from Gale telling me there’s a post card up there calling me to jury duty on August 21. Gives me a good excuse to drive over to the County Seat, take a fishing pole along. Nice little lake on one end of town and there’s no point wasting a trip.
Unless they’re crazy enough to select me to serve on a jury. In which case some accused will walk free, some traffic violator will be spared a fine, or someone lawsuiting someone else will have to depend on the luck of the draw without my vote in his/her favor.
Ain’t nobody going to serve any jail time, pay any fine for anything at all on my say-so.
Although, I suppose if the right person happens to be snarling after the right other individual or corporation for the right civil offense the strength of my convictions might be sorely tested. More on gut feel than evidence, though. I try not to make unbiased judgements against my fellow humans.
So most likely I’ll get in some fishing.
Posted in 2012, Country Life, Government, Human Behavior, Texas
Tagged country life, criminal justice, criminal trials, culture, Human Behavior, humor, jury duty, lawsuits, Life, lifestyle, psychology, society, sociology