Tag: inmates

DISCLAIMER for Inmate Blogger

These blogs are written by actual prison inmates who have been convicted of breaking State & Federal Laws. This disclaimer prevents any law enforcement agency, prosecutor, or corrections authorities from holding any specific person accountable for further punishment or incarceration for the contents of the blogs which are […]

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A VOICE

I wouldn’t be able to have a voice outside these prison walls if it weren’t for a wife of one of my friends. Between the two of them I am able to say things I have never been able to say before. I have a voice and its […]

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I am Jonthan Gordon, incarcerated here at Stafford Creek. I have been blogging on this site since 2015, it has been an enjoyable experience & I have learned a lot from the people who started this blog (Steven Jennings & Suzie Jennings). It’s amazing what people can do […]

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Fall Is Back

Fall is back, and I’m reminded that it’s one of my four favorite seasons. I really do love them all. Seasons bring change and the constant birth, death and rebirth of life and ways of life. The winds blow their gentle orchestra through the fall leaves and I’m […]

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FIGHTING IN PRISON

The other night there was a fight between two individuals out on the yard. I don’t know what it was about, and that’s not the point of this little rant. The point is: fighting is high entertainment in prison. Rarely does the average prisoner get so excited and […]

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DO OTHERS GET YOUR TIME RIGHTFULLY ?

°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°√ This blog was created because of the kind people. A big THANK YOU to stone city blog and the amazing Mrs. Suzie Jennings behind the scenes doing the work!!! Even small people should get your time, do you even know the importance of investing in others ? […]

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ATHEISM IN PRISON

  Yesterday I was at work having a discussion with two religious guys (both of a different religion), and we were talking about how people use their beliefs to find a good thing and use it to change. We all agreed that all three of us had done […]

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COMPLAINING IN PRISON

There’s a lot of it. And of course, there is complaining, and then there’s complaining. Complaining about a true injustice or bit of unfairness is one thing. Understandable, and it should be dealt with (constructively and in an adult manner, of course). But all too often in prison, […]

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Robert Hampton

This is my first time on this site so allow me to introduce myself, my name is Robert Hampton #708710 I’m serving a 30 year sentence for murder. In my whole time down I have sat back and just watched the corruption from the inside. I was a […]

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Washington DOC’s Operations

Welcome to the Anonymous Critic Blogger on Inmate Blogger. In my posts, I will be providing an insight to the bureaucratic mendacity which is life for the incarcerated people in the State of Washington, Department of Corrections (hereinafter denoted “WDOC”). I will also touch on issues ranging from self-help to […]

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THE CONVICT CODE

The convict code is often spoken of but until now has never Been seen. The myth surrounding the convict code, as being a secret set of regulations that every prisoner must adhere to, is a fallacy. Our code is merely one of life. You need not be a […]

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PRIDE IN PRISON

  All too often, it’s of the wrong sort. Many times I’ve ran into guys, or met them for the first time, and they immediately start bragging about their exploits in the prison world: they beat this person’s ass, they called out this person for being a piece […]

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STOICISM IN PRISON

I wish it existed. Ever so often, something happens to remind me, in a major way, the divide between rational thought and typical prison thought. The fact that some correctional staff are jerks is obvious, just as there are jerks in every walk of life. People in a […]

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THE GOOD OLE DAYS IN PRISON

I’m always suspicious when someone in here waxes nostaglic about the “good ole days.” I was in a tough prison in the nineties, a prison that conforms more to what many people on the outside think of as prison. And I suppose for some people, those days WERE […]

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