Prison makes a man out of you

Prison makes a man out of you

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Big bopper

United States

#1 Feb 10, 2013
I just wanted to say I've spent two years and 4 months in state prison. Last year in a max prison. I must admit before I went in I was a very weak man. I got with sum guys and started lifting weights, eating things I never ate before, and grew sum muscle. Plus I learned to fight, in the cells and showers. I was scared at first then became a cult hero of types to the rest of the cell block when I started winning. I was slashed across the back with a razor once. After awhile I just got numb to the surroundings. I don't recommend prison to anyone, but if you grow up with low self esteem and no fighting skills, it might be the thing for you. I tried the military once but after boot camp you get lazy, unless you go on to special forces. Just food for thought.
splc

United States

#2 Feb 10, 2013
Big bopper wrote:
I just wanted to say I've spent two years and 4 months in state prison. Last year in a max prison. I must admit before I went in I was a very weak man. I got with sum guys and started lifting weights, eating things I never ate before, and grew sum muscle. Plus I learned to fight, in the cells and showers. I was scared at first then became a cult hero of types to the rest of the cell block when I started winning. I was slashed across the back with a razor once. After awhile I just got numb to the surroundings. I don't recommend prison to anyone, but if you grow up with low self esteem and no fighting skills, it might be the thing for you. I tried the military once but after boot camp you get lazy, unless you go on to special forces. Just food for thought.
i don't agree at all. my uncle worked at a federal prison, he said all it does is make better crooks. cult hero? what's that?
hard learner

United States

#4 Feb 10, 2013
Big bopper wrote:
I just wanted to say I've spent two years and 4 months in state prison. Last year in a max prison. I must admit before I went in I was a very weak man. I got with sum guys and started lifting weights, eating things I never ate before, and grew sum muscle. Plus I learned to fight, in the cells and showers. I was scared at first then became a cult hero of types to the rest of the cell block when I started winning. I was slashed across the back with a razor once. After awhile I just got numb to the surroundings. I don't recommend prison to anyone, but if you grow up with low self esteem and no fighting skills, it might be the thing for you. I tried the military once but after boot camp you get lazy, unless you go on to special forces. Just food for thought.
All you learned was to bend over and take it up the shooter.
seymore butts

United States

#5 Feb 10, 2013
I thought prison put a man in you not out of you??? So tell me, is it shit on the dick or blood on the blade??? And Wtf is a "cult hero" in prison???? I've never heard of anyone being in prison a hero! What where you in there for??
Guest

United States

#6 Feb 10, 2013
This dude has some serious misconceptions of manhood. What will you do after prison? Join fight club? You sound like a 12 year old boy. Please grow up and become a productive member of society.
splc

El Dorado Springs, MO

#7 Feb 10, 2013
maybe a bride. i bet when you dropped the soap you were saying oh my god that's good!lmao
marcus

Jackson, MO

#8 Feb 10, 2013
Yeah but the wrong kind of man
Guest

Sikeston, MO

#9 Feb 10, 2013
If you want to become a real man, why don't you join the military, serve your country for a few years, meet people from all over the world, and grow up that way?

It kept me from going to prison, or from becoming a thug in the first place.

Going to prison is a totally losing proposition. You are nothing but a slave for the prison industry.

They work you basically for free just like they did your ancestors. Nothing to be proud of about that.
Jake

Lake Saint Louis, MO

#10 Feb 10, 2013
Big bopper wrote:
I just wanted to say I've spent two years and 4 months in state prison. Last year in a max prison. I must admit before I went in I was a very weak man. I got with sum guys and started lifting weights, eating things I never ate before, and grew sum muscle. Plus I learned to fight, in the cells and showers. I was scared at first then became a cult hero of types to the rest of the cell block when I started winning. I was slashed across the back with a razor once. After awhile I just got numb to the surroundings. I don't recommend prison to anyone, but if you grow up with low self esteem and no fighting skills, it might be the thing for you. I tried the military once but after boot camp you get lazy, unless you go on to special forces. Just food for thought.
Yeah, I bet you ate things you never ate before.
MrBadass

Frisco, TX

#11 Feb 11, 2013
Big bopper wrote:
I just wanted to say I've spent two years and 4 months in state prison. Last year in a max prison. I must admit before I went in I was a very weak man. I got with sum guys and started lifting weights, eating things I never ate before, and grew sum muscle. Plus I learned to fight, in the cells and showers. I was scared at first then became a cult hero of types to the rest of the cell block when I started winning. I was slashed across the back with a razor once. After awhile I just got numb to the surroundings. I don't recommend prison to anyone, but if you grow up with low self esteem and no fighting skills, it might be the thing for you. I tried the military once but after boot camp you get lazy, unless you go on to special forces. Just food for thought.
You're a fool , take it from me .. There are many out there that will drag you through the crack of their arse , the ONLY thing that separates a boy from a man is "responsibility" .. Grow up and learn before someone takes that option from you .
X

Ballwin, MO

#12 Feb 11, 2013
Big bopper wrote:
I just wanted to say I've spent two years and 4 months in state prison. Last year in a max prison. I must admit before I went in I was a very weak man. I got with sum guys and started lifting weights, eating things I never ate before, and grew sum muscle. Plus I learned to fight, in the cells and showers. I was scared at first then became a cult hero of types to the rest of the cell block when I started winning. I was slashed across the back with a razor once. After awhile I just got numb to the surroundings. I don't recommend prison to anyone, but if you grow up with low self esteem and no fighting skills, it might be the thing for you. I tried the military once but after boot camp you get lazy, unless you go on to special forces. Just food for thought.
Sounds like you got turned out.....
Big bopper

United States

#14 Feb 11, 2013
The year of the sentence was in a Max prison. I was in the Navy. .My threads are real.
Big bopper

United States

#15 Feb 11, 2013
Last year of my sentence, sorry
Real

Dexter, MO

#16 Feb 11, 2013
lol
Guest

Jackson, MO

#17 Feb 11, 2013
Big bopper wrote:
Last year of my sentence, sorry
Your a convicted felon, can't vote nor own a firearm. You'll spend the remainder of your days working a low wage meager job. Nothing more.

You have made yourself about as non applicable as a person can in our society, and that isn't being a "man".
Perry Mason

United States

#18 Feb 12, 2013
Not hardly, you can vote, after 20 years you can get your gun rights back if you don't get into anymore trouble, as long as it was a non violent crime you committed. FYI, I make 32 an hour, Union pipe fitter, :)
Guest

Jackson, MO

#19 Feb 12, 2013
Perry Mason wrote:
Not hardly, you can vote, after 20 years you can get your gun rights back if you don't get into anymore trouble, as long as it was a non violent crime you committed. FYI, I make 32 an hour, Union pipe fitter,:)
Appears we'll add the title of "liar" to the list too.
Real

Dexter, MO

#20 Feb 12, 2013
I bet Perry Mason is telling the truth... I have never seen another town such as this employ more white felons and start them out with unbelieveable wages! If he's not making 32,it's 25-30 surely.
Perry Mason

United States

#21 Feb 12, 2013
Why would I lie?? Please

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