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Ronald Jervis's Profile
Age: 37
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Saturday, November 2 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Life

Why are people attracted to lifestyles that lead them away from the free world? Fast money and meaningless females who only mean no good…I personally know I’ll be able to do the right thing and find a job. And possibly one day soon start a business; but will I be able to find a meaningful lady I can admire. Is there a girl out there that can make me laugh? One who will honestly care and not be stuck on some b.s.!!! Why are some females attracted to bad boys? Why do some play games? I guess it’s the lifestyle. I know there’s got to be a chick out there who is all feminine and is girlie girlie with a big happy spirit and loves to laugh, but dang, where are you!?!?!?!?! What can a guy do to win a heart without the insecurities? Explain to me what makes you tick??? Does everything have to be sexual or can it be totally platonic? If you’re up for the conversation, feel free to write!

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Anthony Rockensock's Profile
Age: 37
Location: MN
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, November 12 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Relationships

With it going on 8 years in January since my sister died from alcohol abuse, I can’t help wondering if my being there would have changed anything? I used to be a drunk too, so I don’t think I’d of been a great influence on her. Some might say it’s just our way to be drunks, as natives. I won’t blame history for being the way I was before prison. I got that teaching from my dad. He was a drunk too. I can’t help wondering what my sister was running from, why did she follow our same path? I guess if I’d have looked at her life outside of the surface glances I gave it; it would be possible I’d not be in the dark now. I miss my sister so much still today. We did not grow up together, so I missed out on so much to begin with. It was only after our dad died that we came back into each other’s lives. Sometimes I want to cry for her but I don’t. This is prison; I can’t look weak in front of these guys. What a foolish world I live in. When I sit in the sweat lodge is the time I can show the pain I have for my sister. I pray she is in a better place and that I have the strength to be a better brother to my other sisters.

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David Sears's Profile
Age: 38
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, November 14 2013
Inmate Blog Category:LIFE

YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW......There are two days of every week that we should not worry about. Two days that should be kept free from fear and apprehension. One is yesterday with its mistakes and cares, its faults and blunders, its aches and pains, yesterday has passed forever beyond our control. All the money in the world cannot bring back yesterday, we cannot undo a single act we performed, nor can we erase a single word we’ve said, yesterday is gone!! The other day we shouldn’t worry about is tomorrow, with its impossible adversities, its burdens, its hopeful promise and poor performance. Tomorrow is beyond our control. Tomorrow the sun will rise within splendor or behind a bank of clouds but it will rise. And until it does we have no stake in tomorrow for it is yet born. This leaves us one day. TODAY. Any person can fight the battles of just one day. It is only when we add the burdens of yesterday and tomorrow that we break down. It is not the experiences of today that drives people mad—it is the remorse for something that happened yesterday and the dread of what tomorrow may bring. Let us therefore live one day at a time. I was given these words by a friend while fighting my criminal charges and do my best to try and keep them close to heart, but it often seems hard when daily life seems to be getting the best of me. David

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Nicole Kees's Profile
Age: 31
Location: WV
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, November 19 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Friendship

My profile has blessed me with some wonderful new friends in my life. Receiving your mail lifts my spirits. To have people share my life with gives me strength to get through each day here. However, I reach out with this blog in hopes to attract a few more special people. In the summer months I play softball and participate in many activities. Now that the winter months are here my time grows lonely, just as the holidays approach. Other than an Accounting class there is not much else that fills my time. If you are interested in getting to know more about me, I’ll be awaiting your response. *Please note the facility does not allow self-addressed labels.

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Marquise Lewis's Profile
Age: 27
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, November 26 2013
Inmate Blog Category:MY HEART

As I think back to the coastline of my beloved island, I see the palms and coconut trees bordering the white sand beaches, where I spent many childhood summers playing, fishing, and swimming with friends, family ~n~ my papito! Having nothing to compare it with I had thought of Cuba as the most beautiful place in the world! An enchanted paradise with ocean that were treasures of bright pink and black coral, a mulata flirtatious rumbera, hips swing with the tides off the Malecon en Havana and this city traps you. A Cuban woman seems to walk on air, not on pavement. A Cuban man, the same. We are gifted with a feeling of happiness. We don’t expect a death or accident either. That’s why people are so emotional and cry and shout and stomp their feet if something happens that isn’t part of their daily routine. The people of my country amaze me. They are what has come to be known as a happy people, who live in paradise and forget hell is the other part. People like that are admirable. Few of us have that gift. We all carry a type of vain optimism, the birdie singing in a storm. The worst things here are fixed up with drums and beers! Yesterday and today. That is destiny. A grand destiny because if not…my poor people would be wasted, faithless! Cuba without you I don’t exist but with me you will forever live! I LOVE YOU! Rich

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Kayla Buchanan's Profile
Age: 31
Location: AL
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Wednesday, November 27 2013
Inmate Blog Category:LIFE

I’m in prison and could use some real friends to stand by me. I am very open to anyone at all. I’m young and have a big heart. I like to work out and play ball and I also love the “tell the difference” puzzles. Please take the time to get to know me.

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Louie Kirk's Profile
Age: 48
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, November 28 2013
Inmate Blog Category:REPLENISH

FROM POSSIBILITY TO REALITY…….Is your soul feeling parched? In your inner world are you experiencing the equivalent of a drought? If so maybe you will consider performing a magic ritual that could help you get on track for a cure. Try this: go outside when it’s raining or misting. If your area is going through a dry spell find a waterfall or high spouting fountain and put yourself in close proximity….then stand with your legs apart and spread your arms upward in a gesture of welcome…turn your face towards the heavens, open up your mouth and drink in the wetness for as long as it takes for your soul to be hydrated again…then pick up a pen and write me!

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Rene Rivas Jr's Profile
Age: 36
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 6
Inmate Blog Entry:Friday, November 29 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Life

51/50 POSITIVE THINKING As I’ve sat here for years, many thoughts, many regrets, and tons of what if’s and what not’s have crept up on me and this has dawned on me. Although my prison is laced with razor wire fences, gun men in towers over ten feet, these are all to make my prison difficult to escape from. Needless to say many consequences to come if I choose to run and escape. Yet many have made their own prison that they choose not to run or escape from. Whether it be for from a coke addiction or hooked on a bottle of rum. The consequences to come if they choose to escape or reduce the intake, some are sure to be good as they can’t get worse none. Many are trapped in a relationship that has lost its spark some or is an abusive one…yet fear that they will find no one if they choose to run. Whatever your prison is made from, do what I’m unable to do and run. You may be thinking “this prisoner don’t know where one’s coming from”. Let’s just say, dig some, and you’ll find where this prisoner is truly coming from. I’ve said it once, in this game of life, I’ve played most “bad positions” once or twice. I’m still working on improving some of mine. I’m just simply speaking my mind, yet this, here is a prison of mine question is, what’s yours? Sincerely, Face

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Chris Hicks's Profile
Age: 28
Location: WY
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, December 5 2013
Inmate Blog Category:LIFE

I’ve found it’s hard for people on the outside to fully comprehend what life is like on the inside. And unless you’ve been there, words alone cannot fully express how frustrating it can be. One of the most disheartening things I see is when a young or older man who has such great potential to do good things with their lives. To be productive individuals for themselves, their families and their community. But choose to constantly squander chance after chance. It is so frustrating to me how easy it is for them to throw it away each time. To keep coming back to a life of just existing. Prison is not a fun why keep coming back? As a person with a lot of time in prison you either go two ways with your life, you become a bitter, anti-social, out of touch person, who hates everyone and everything. Or you push forward one baby step at a time, trying to be a better person and do something productive, meaningful and good with your life. I’m the latter of the two, that through my good actions and leading by example I can show and mentor individuals who have second and third chances at life. But the frustrating part is it doesn’t mean they will listen or change. So I once again take another frustrated baby step in life and hope that showing them the way will help…quietly wishing I had a second chance too….

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Phillip Boldon's Profile
Age: 36
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 3
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, December 9 2013
Inmate Blog Category:PERCEPTION

It’s amazing and scary how much influence the media has on our thoughts and views of people and events. Its criminal the damage done to people’s lives and reputations based on the irresponsible reporting of someone just looking to grab attention and make a splash with a story, regardless of facts and false allegations. No telling how many times I’ve been deceived in the past when I saw or read a story, believing it to be 100% fact because it was being reported by a credible news source. I’ve learned firsthand the damage a story with false allegations and lacking facts can do. Anyone that really knows me or gets to know me personally would know I could never commit such a crime. But for someone to read the media reports that don’t know me, it would appear to them that I was a monster. And that couldn’t be further from the truth. I may have been a drug addict and a dealer but that doesn’t make me a monster that would take another person’s life. So before you make a snap judgment based on inaccurate news reports, I ask you to please take the time to get to know me and all the facts, and then make your own educated judgment. Thank you.

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