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Monday, October 3, 2011

I Don't Feel Sorry for Criminals, is That Wrong?

Posted on Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 10:02 AM

Please, someone tell me if I'm wrong in assuming that if you do the crime, you do the time... if you get caught. I'm sick to death of seeing "free this person" "free that person" as if these criminals (IDIOTS who can't do something illegal without getting caught or squealed on) aka jobless pieces of shit who always try to make easy money rather than using education to make money, are being held hostage or captive in the most undeserving way. Unless they've been falsely accused of something, then go find something better to do with your time than protesting for some low life to all the people around you who could care less. First of all, people who do time generally don't care if they have to do said time, hence why they chose to partake in the activity that got them there. To say 'free my boy so and so." FUCK HIM. He's busy in jail getting jack hammered by his cell mate so stop posting on your Facebook or whatever other publicly available sources you use . He/she won't see your loyalty in jail so why are you acting like your life is over because your poor choice of association is in jail as he/she deserves? Why not free yourself from society and join your friend in jail since you miss them so much and then all of your friends can send out sad cries out to free your pathetic self too. Just annoyed at people who think they're 'cool' for associating with punks who think they're from the Bronx Oh and for the people who intend to say, "Don't look at the Facebook page," it's not even on my Facebook. I've deleted them, this is coming from another person who brought this up and I have decided to bitch about it since apparently I am not the only person who finds this incredibly annoying and childish. —Just Get a Life

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