Crabs, Fleas, Manscaping, and Mouthwash

    My lips are shinny from lip balm. The skin on my face is glowing from mass amounts of Oil of Olay. This I know because I just caught a glimps of myself in the reflection of my 7" touchscreen JP5. Now I feel like blogging. Let's do it! I feel good. Just a … Continue reading Crabs, Fleas, Manscaping, and Mouthwash

Prompting Inmate Bloggers Promotes Deeper Thinking

    Blogging is such a great tool for rehabilitation. That is one reason why Suzie and I created Stone City Blog. We want all inmates to have access to this new and effective rehabilitative tool. I'd like to encourage everyone who reads Stone City Blog, to reach out to the bloggers, and prompt them. … Continue reading Prompting Inmate Bloggers Promotes Deeper Thinking

155 Days of Good Time Restored

    Remember my NA series and all those NA Meetings I attended? Well they just now paid off in the form of good time. My release date has been adjusted from 8-9-32 to 3-7-32. I haven't done the math, but according to DOC, that's 155 days! Upon receiving this good news I was also … Continue reading 155 Days of Good Time Restored

Taking The Edge Off Prison Life

    The following poem was written back in June of 1996. Back then I was a drug using, drug selling, violent little badass. I was at Walla Walla, living with Mikey and Jeff. When we were using drugs and smoking joints people use to walk by our cell, look in, and fiend. A lot of … Continue reading Taking The Edge Off Prison Life

Prison Ink: The Art of Hate

    I chose this title because the majority of prison tattoos revolve around hate. Not all. But most. Some guys will get their woman's name plastered across their neck. So I suppose I could've called this post : PRISON INK : THE ART OF LOVE. Because it's also common to see the faces of … Continue reading Prison Ink: The Art of Hate

How To Keep Juvenile Delinquents From Coming To Prison

    As a juvenile, I served 18 months at Green Hill. I was out for 14 months before I put myself in prison with a 43 year sentence. Approximately 80% of the kids at Green Hill end up in prison. So I asked myself, "What would it take to significantly reduce that number?" The … Continue reading How To Keep Juvenile Delinquents From Coming To Prison

Living With A Compulsive Liar…Is It Bad Or Good?

    Just how bad is it? It's as bad or as good as I make it. The lying... it's super bad. It's constant. It's almost an everyday thing. I pretty much know when my celly is lying. And even when he's not lying, I question him. I don't question him out loud, I keep it to myself … Continue reading Living With A Compulsive Liar…Is It Bad Or Good?