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You wake up in jail and don't know why you're there. You find three items in your pocket, and slowly your memory returns
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Posted 8/1/16 , edited 8/1/16

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Lowlights wrote:


Lord_Jordan wrote:

The Prince, by Machiavelli, a flask smelling strongly of vodka or something with a time (1:47) written on it, and a matchbook with no matches.

I remember nothing...but obviously, I felt strongly enough about some abomination in society that they became ash overnight...at 1:46 am...
Possibly some crime lord, or some terrorist leader, or just someone I absolutely hated, who I believed to be a virus to Earth.


what does any of this have to do with machiavelli


The ends justify the means...

So I guess I would have had second thoughts, but decided that burning something down was justified, as it would bring balance to someone in the world


dam now that u put it that way how many times have you seen every episode of game thrones
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Posted 8/1/16 , edited 8/1/16

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I thought all items would be confiscated.


You will have your original underwear, head of hair, thoughts. Everything else some have posted is/are pure fantasy.

Jail....the 1 time I spent less than 1 day within the confines of such (located in a large west Texas metro area noted for proximity to Juarez, Mexico over 25 years ago) in a 8-person capacity cell overcrowded with a few additional gang-bangers, cartel mules, wife-abusers thrown in. What I do care to recall is the first and only time I ever experienced in real life...stereophonic pimps. Several of us had to sleep on the tile floor since all the beds were taken. The 1 TV located mounted out of reach was constantly tuned to the QVC Channel (in Spanish) touting the sale of Banana Republic wares no one in there wanted, needed. I had to attempt to sleep in between 2 semi-conversant bedfellows whose sole source of income seemed to be pimping. One Latino squired a 10-lady harem (maybe??) while the Anglo on the other side relied on his wife whom he beat regularly when home while inebriated.

I bonded out next day. Haven't been inside one since, real or imaginary.

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I hate to be a total jerk, but there are a few things wrong with your question, at least in the state of Connecticut. Firstly, clothes in our prisons are not allowed to have pockets. Second, you would not be allowed to have any possessions, at least not ones like you are thinking of, in your "pockets."

The most rational answer to your question in this state, is gross assed cheese slice sandwich and shitty orange drink. Oh, you might have your ID in your "pocket," if you were a daring rule breaker and not wearing it.
Posted 8/1/16 , edited 8/1/16

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A pair of eyeballs

a spoon

gun


I used a spoon to take out the eyes of an official and pass the retina scanners.

to my dismay i was caught in the act.


Minority Report?
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Posted 8/2/16 , edited 8/2/16

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Ryulightorb wrote:

A pair of eyeballs

a spoon

gun


I used a spoon to take out the eyes of an official and pass the retina scanners.

to my dismay i was caught in the act.


Minority Report?


Never watched that
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My multi-tool, my trauma shears, and my wallet. Damn it, I fell asleep at work.
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Posted 8/2/16 , edited 8/2/16

bemused_Bohemian wrote:


Sir_jamesalot wrote:

I thought all items would be confiscated.


You will have your original underwear, head of hair, thoughts. Everything else some have posted is/are pure fantasy.


The jail I work at we take everything except a wedding band if the inmate is married.
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Posted 8/2/16 , edited 8/2/16

zornrah wrote:

I hate to be a total jerk, but there are a few things wrong with your question, at least in the state of Connecticut. Firstly, clothes in our prisons are not allowed to have pockets. Second, you would not be allowed to have any possessions, at least not ones like you are thinking of, in your "pockets."

The most rational answer to your question in this state, is gross assed cheese slice sandwich and shitty orange drink. Oh, you might have your ID in your "pocket," if you were a daring rule breaker and not wearing it.


Dude, it's just for fun. Why you gotta ruin it?
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To be fair - I thought his comment was amusing & was more aimed at humorous cynicism. Just pretend it was Daniel Tosh delivering that retort.
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Posted 8/2/16 , edited 8/3/16

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To be fair - I thought his comment was amusing & was more aimed at humorous cynicism. Just pretend it was Daniel Tosh delivering that retort.


Fine. But this thread is purely aimed to be fun not that serious.
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Posted 8/2/16 , edited 8/3/16
Keys, wallet, phone
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Ryulightorb wrote:


Kerst wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:

A pair of eyeballs

a spoon

gun


I used a spoon to take out the eyes of an official and pass the retina scanners.

to my dismay i was caught in the act.


Minority Report?


Never watched that


You should it has those things in it
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Year-end cleanup. Closing threads with no new posts since 12/31/2016.
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