Support HR 1475
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Know any non-violent first-time offenders confined to government prison camps, perhaps as the result of trumped up charges and judges with conflicts of interest?  (And I think you do...)

Contact US Representative Danny K. Davis (D-IL) at 202-225-5641 and let him know that you support HR 1475, formally known as the "Federal Prison Work Incentive Act of 2009," also known as the "Good Time Bill."  

Rep. Davis is sponsoring this bill, which will allow for a reduced period of incarceration for first time, non-violent offenders.  The bill would reduce the sentences of people in federal prisons by increasing the "good time" credit they could receive and save US taxpayers more than 2 billion dollars per year.

You also can email your own representative, using this link.  Be sure to pass this info on to friends and family as well, asking for their support for HR 1475.

Ordinarily we like to see violent convicts stuck so far back in prison they have to pump air in to them (just like Bo Diddley said).  But for non-violent political prisoners whose only crime was daring to compete with the wealthy, entrenched higher education cartel, we think the Al Capone treatment is a bit much.  Let your voice be heard.
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I actually don't know anyone who is currently in prison but can suggest a few scumbags who should be prosecuted and thrown into a Federal prison. Let's start with that trio of prominent distance ed fairies, Alan Contreras, Toelicker Chip and the gay Trucker himself, Steve Levicoff.

Next up would be John Bear, Gus Sainz and that baldheaded fuck George Gollin. Give Gollin a grant? Hell no, give him a 3-5 year sentence. If they need cellmates I'd nominate Bill Huffman and TC Nixon to fill that role. Those guys are so far up Bear's ass normally that they wouldn't notice the difference anyway.
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#3
If you want to look north of the border, I'd like to see Quinn Tyler Jackson prosecuted just for being a sleazy lowlife and completely full of shit.
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Geoff Vankirk Wrote:If you want to look north of the border, I'd like to see Quinn Tyler Jackson prosecuted just for being a sleazy lowlife and completely full of shit.

At least he had the guts to admit his glory days as online pundit unfolded under the spell of severe mental imbalance...
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ham Wrote:At least he had the guts to admit his glory days as online pundit unfolded under the spell of severe mental imbalance...

Not sure what degree of guts is required to admit the obvious.  On the other hand, anyone who would manipulate and exploit someone so obviously afflicted deserves a special level in Hades.
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Armando Ramos Wrote:
ham Wrote:At least he had the guts to admit his glory days as online pundit unfolded under the spell of severe mental imbalance...

Not sure what degree of guts is required to admit the obvious.  On the other hand, anyone who would manipulate and exploit someone so obviously afflicted deserves a special level in Hades.

I sincerely give him credit for his open admission.
It may be obvious, but how many people do you know who have the guts to admit it?
The same applies to dating scams: very few have the guts to openly admit they have been scammed.
Or income: I can literally count people online who openly claim to have modest jobs or modest income...for some weird coincidence, it seems everybody rakes in money with glamour jobs such as nuclear surgeon...
Oh yes, Joe Wanker started modelling male lingerie at 17yo and now he's a billionaire nuclear surgeon who just won an underground death tournament with a flying, reverse spinning kick...while EYES OF THE TIGER played in the background...
On a junk forum months ago, guess what?
Published authors...Ivy League scholars...even elected politicians...funny place the trailer park...
PFFT!
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Armando Ramos Wrote:Not sure what degree of guts is required to admit the obvious. On the other hand, anyone who would manipulate and exploit someone so obviously afflicted deserves a special level in Hades.

Please explain how, on the internet, one can tell the difference between clinically crazy and normally crazy?
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#8
Quote:Please explain how, on the internet, one can tell the difference between clinically crazy and normally crazy?

There is no "normally crazy", I think...I just surmise that the internet keyboard sociopath is the exact opposite of the kind of people one may meet during a trip to the mall, which is real life by the way.
Never during a trip to the mall will you meet the kind of people that typically welcome you from the podium of all popular internet venues: chat rooms, forums, discussion lists etc.
People you meet at the mall are average people of varying degrees of wealth, education and attractiveness, but all fit within "average Joe"'s mold.
You may also meet the weird, uncanny types: the braggart, the egocentric, the fraud, the apostle, the mentally unstable, but they are generally known and thus shunned.
Online nearly every man seems to be a celebrity raking in money like hay; women are typically cheerleaders; most people have glamour jobs and lives that read out of a modernist novel...
In my opinion it's all the late night fry cooks, welfare hogs, social misfits, trailer park residents, deviants and 'funny' people 'making it up online' for real life frustration and boredom; the very few who are real (the various Bear) just pursue their own vanity or monetary gain riding the wave that the unwashed make.
We all may have said or done something stupid at one point or another, but keyboard sociopaths tend to live the fictional life they carved for themselves online...and only sleepwalk through their daily drudgery; they put colossal, sustained efforts in maintaining their online persona...often several and at times conflicting personalities.
Come on... a real nuclear surgeon making "sixfigures" is highly unlikely to spend his time worth $1000 an hour trolling online...so is the Emmy award winner...the porn star...the statesman...the Ivy League scholar...
They are just pathetic social misfits who get even online for their daily life...they need licensed psychotherapy, but the internet's cheaper.
Uncle Janko the living encyclopaedia took in real life 12 years to squeeze a doctorate out of a ZA university...
Another clown who claimed had his way paved in gold to the center of Berlin turned out to be just another bum teaching ESL in Hungary...
PFFT!
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ham Wrote:Uncle Janko the living encyclopaedia took in real life 12 years to squeeze a doctorate out of a ZA university...
Another clown who claimed had his way paved in gold to the center of Berlin turned out to be just another bum teaching ESL in Hungary...
PFFT!

Uncle janko was one weird dude. And that's a big part of my problem with Quinn Tyler Jackson. Jackson called up janko even though janko had no use for him and use to mock him. The same deal happened with the Puppet Master Gollin, Gus Sainz, John Bear and some of the others who treated Jackson like shit. He didn't have the balls to stand up for himself with those critics but has repeatedly ripped all of the posters here.
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Don Dresden Wrote:Know any non-violent first-time offenders confined to government prison camps, perhaps as the result of trumped up charges and judges with conflicts of interest?  (And I think you do...)

Contact US Representative Danny K. Davis (D-IL) at 202-225-5641 and let him know that you support HR 1475, formally known as the "Federal Prison Work Incentive Act of 2009," also known as the "Good Time Bill."  

Rep. Davis is sponsoring this bill, which will allow for a reduced period of incarceration for first time, non-violent offenders.  The bill would reduce the sentences of people in federal prisons by increasing the "good time" credit they could receive and save US taxpayers more than 2 billion dollars per year.

You also can email your own representative, using this link.  Be sure to pass this info on to friends and family as well, asking for their support for HR 1475.

Ordinarily we like to see violent convicts stuck so far back in prison they have to pump air in to them (just like Bo Diddley said).  But for non-violent political prisoners whose only crime was daring to compete with the wealthy, entrenched higher education cartel, we think the Al Capone treatment is a bit much.  Let your voice be heard.

I support this. What the hell, the US has more people in prison than any other country on earth (including the People's Republic of China, a nation four times its size.) Anything which puts a dent in the prison-industrial complex has to be good.
"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free."

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