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Old 08-01-2007, 09:06 PM   #41
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oh yeah. at least one of the best 3 months of my life. free medical, free food, free time, free books, free rent, free utilities, free to think, no homework, no work, no dishes, no trash, no cleaning, and i almost two more things. No life either but i found GOD...

heck, i will rob a bank caused i miss being in prison again.

michael moore said it best. "need anything free? just go to jail"


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Old 08-02-2007, 01:11 AM   #42
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Served 60 days in county jail (less time off for good behavior) for pleading guilty to misdemeanor Use of Marijuana because Possession of my half an ounce was a felony in Oklahoma in 1970. The misdemeanor conviction did not keep me from getting drafted into military service, late the same year. On base, in Vietnam, cheap morphine/heroin was more available than pot since the smuggling size was so much smaller. It was used by dusting it on tobacco cigarettes. Received a Good Conduct medal when leaving the Army mostly because I knew enough about drugs to avoid the bad ones, before being exposed to them there. My life has been full of small mistakes or hard lessons that later proved beneficial to me.

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Old 08-02-2007, 07:59 AM   #43
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Yes and it was in the mid 70's, so you should know the reason. Don't want to say in case either of my 2 children would ever look on this site. DH and I learned our painful lesson!

When DH was in the Air Force it was known that the Military Police had some of the best dope on base!

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