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The Prison Poet's Society
A Grin Gang Crew
WANT TO HELP ME BUY THE HITS OFF?
I rather enjoy having my pocket picked. If I see you though, and you don't message me before I act, I'll probably mug you.
I'm mugging friendly - send the money back though, please!
Class of 2002.
I make people feel like this - and then they blame me.
Success! Jeden was set free.
"Now learned men who use the pen Have sung the praises high Of the rare poitin' from Ireland green Distilled from wheat and rye Put away with your pills, it'll cure all ills Be ye Pagan, Christian or Jew So take off your coat and grease your throat With the dear old Mountain Dew"
"My suggestion on how to improve these threads is to disarm those who would destroy the community and themselves by just rehashing the same old lines without knowledge of why they were designed. The answer on how to remove them is to think, and only accept answers of reason not history. Similar to how the toaster works, there may eventually be a change in the community that causes the issue to bear almost none of the same principles that it did before. The best thing you can do is analyze the issue and try to understand the logic behind it, then explain or discuss it stating your assumptions of why it is currently done and what might be different from back when the policy was first thought of. This way you have a well thought out answer and you know your reason for participation. Your intentions will obviously be to discuss or teach something on the subject when someone asks questions, whereas the other will simply state historical appearances in place of the answer to the question 'why?'. Using historical references without thinking of the reasoning is simply following the old system without thinking, and questions will make it apparent that they made their decisions without thought or understanding on the subject."