inmates at rockcastle county jail and...

inmates at rockcastle county jail and how they are really treated....

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nativelady

Manchester, KY

#1 Dec 14, 2008
I am in the process of filing papers and signing papers as a citizen a disabled veteran of this great country to see that the inmates at the jail really are being given the oppurtunity to have and use thier civil rights I am going to be watching and listening and if not will take approtiate action on filing the right papers so you all think aabout that when you talk and treat them the way you all do....
TakeCareOfYourMa n

Berea, KY

#2 Dec 14, 2008
nativelady wrote:
I am in the process of filing papers and signing papers as a citizen a disabled veteran of this great country to see that the inmates at the jail really are being given the oppurtunity to have and use thier civil rights I am going to be watching and listening and if not will take approtiate action on filing the right papers so you all think aabout that when you talk and treat them the way you all do....
Oh no! Not papers! Anything but papers! What a retard.

Make sure you figure out where the period key is before you file your papers.

Not papers! NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
Please

Macon, GA

#4 Dec 14, 2008
nativelady wrote:
I am in the process of filing papers and signing papers as a citizen a disabled veteran of this great country to see that the inmates at the jail really are being given the oppurtunity to have and use thier civil rights I am going to be watching and listening and if not will take approtiate action on filing the right papers so you all think aabout that when you talk and treat them the way you all do....
If you don't like how they treat you, then STAY OUT OF THERE!! Its easy, don't do the crime and you wont do the time. Jail is jail, its not a vacation to the virgin islands.
seriously

London, KY

#5 Dec 14, 2008
Seriously? I think that they have too many rights! They should get bread and water and no cigarette breaks, no tv! It's jail not a resort! Why should the taxpayers money be spent to treat criminals to free room and board, good food, maid service... Give me a break! Give them a meal that includes the food pyramid basics, fine, not turkey dinners for the holidays, and big spreads that are better than most law abiding citizens get! They should have to re-pay the money spent on their sorry butts once they get out of jail! That money could be better spent on homeless, the poor, the needy people instead of these lowlifes!
seriously

London, KY

#6 Dec 14, 2008
and what the heck does the filing and signing papers as a "disabled veteran" part have to do with the "civil rights" of the inmates? Ooooh, watching and listening to the whinings of lying criminals, the county jail should be very afraid...

Since: Dec 08

Manchester, KY

#7 Dec 14, 2008
I was hoping for some intelligent feed back but as you can see just the same officials that make the remarks and smartelic words so let me get this if you are a inmate your a lowlife not even to be treated as a human .THANK YOU YOU WIN THAT WAS THE POINT I WANTED TO BRING OUT NOW EVERYONE KNOWS IT IS NOT JUST ME THINKING THEY ARE ABUSED AGAIN THANKS FOR ALL YOUR COMMENTS YOU JUST PROVED ME RIGHT
seriously

London, KY

#8 Dec 14, 2008
You are one of those crazy conspiracy freaks, who obviously are not looking for intelligent feedback, just one sided feedback. No one said that they are abused, except you. I said that they deserve way less than what they get. I said they get treated well, like they are at a resort... Did you even read it or are you too stupid to understand the words that I typed? NO ONE KNOWS OR THINKS THEY ARE ABUSED AND MISTREATED JUST YOU! And what did the disabled veteran thing have to do with the inmates?
seriously

London, KY

#9 Dec 14, 2008
why don't you use your "superb" writing, watching and listening skills to help people who really need it? Homeless, abused children, people who have not broken the law and who really need assistance?
TakeCareOfYourMa n

Berea, KY

#10 Dec 14, 2008
nativelady wrote:
I was hoping for some intelligent feed back but as you can see just the same officials that make the remarks and smartelic words so let me get this if you are a inmate your a lowlife not even to be treated as a human .THANK YOU YOU WIN THAT WAS THE POINT I WANTED TO BRING OUT NOW EVERYONE KNOWS IT IS NOT JUST ME THINKING THEY ARE ABUSED AGAIN THANKS FOR ALL YOUR COMMENTS YOU JUST PROVED ME RIGHT
You abuse the english language and basic grammar skills. I wish I knew what point we proved for you since I can't figure out what the heck you're talking about. I'm glad we have you to do this great public service though. I'm sure the inmates will be thrilled with all the progress you make for the them. In case you're wondering, the last line I just typed is called sarcasm. Google it if you still don't understand.

Since: Dec 08

Manchester, KY

#11 Dec 14, 2008
TakeCareOfYourMan wrote:
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You abuse the english language and basic grammar skills. I wish I knew what point we proved for you since I can't figure out what the heck you're talking about. I'm glad we have you to do this great public service though. I'm sure the inmates will be thrilled with all the progress you make for the them. In case you're wondering, the last line I just typed is called sarcasm. Google it if you still don't understand.
oh yes i understand sarcsam you deal with it everytimg ys go pay taxes at courthouse in rockcastle co all of you all think ya something ya not
TakeCareOfYourMa n

Berea, KY

#12 Dec 14, 2008
nativelady wrote:
<quoted text>oh yes i understand sarcsam you deal with it everytimg ys go pay taxes at courthouse in rockcastle co all of you all think ya something ya not
Ok, now that you understand sarcasm, let's move on to something else that you are in great need of......punctuation. I can't understand most of your post because it's all one big long rambling line. Seriously, try using a comma.

Don't assume I work at the courthouse. Why would you assume that to begin with?

Since: Dec 08

Manchester, KY

#13 Dec 14, 2008
TakeCareOfYourMan wrote:
<quoted text>
Ok, now that you understand sarcasm, let's move on to something else that you are in great need of......punctuation. I can't understand most of your post because it's all one big long rambling line. Seriously, try using a comma.
Don't assume I work at the courthouse. Why would you assume that to begin with?
oh i see u have never just read between the lines..IT IS ABUSE EITHER WAY YOU LOOK AT IT THAT IS WHAT THE SYSTEM IS FOR REFOR OR SO YOU ALL SAY so start acting like professionals not baboons at the jail

Since: Dec 08

Manchester, KY

#14 Dec 14, 2008
REFORM sry about the mispelling I know how it hurts ya eyes
TakeCareOfYourMa n

Berea, KY

#15 Dec 14, 2008
I honestly wish I had a clue as to what you're talking about. I seriously have no idea. You may wanna slow down with the meth cooking, it's starting to get to you I think.
listen up

AOL

#16 Dec 14, 2008
I myself happen to agree with some points made on here. I do believe the inmates receive too many luxuries. They receive more luxuries than quite a few people in the county can afford to have. There's no wonder some of them commit crimes. They have food, clothing, shelter, tv, and special treatment. They get to play basketball outside etc. Thats a lot more than some have. I've seen times when I had to scrape to get a loaf of bread and a 99 cent pack of bologna to feed my family. Yet, from what I hear they get some pretty good food up there. We work our behinds off honestly and barely survive while others break the law and get it handed to them on a silver platter. Think about it people. Pathetic.
Wah

East Bernstadt, KY

#17 Dec 15, 2008
nativelady wrote:
I am in the process of filing papers and signing papers as a citizen a disabled veteran of this great country to see that the inmates at the jail really are being given the oppurtunity to have and use thier civil rights I am going to be watching and listening and if not will take approtiate action on filing the right papers so you all think aabout that when you talk and treat them the way you all do....
When you break the law, you give up you're rights. I am in total agreement with all of the other post's on here. Inmate's nowadays have more than they should. It's no wonder our prison's are overcrowded and crime just keeps going up. You get taken better care of when you're in jail than if you actually try to make it in the "real world" like the rest of us who are paying you're way. Unless the inmates are being beaten every day, they actually have it pretty good, and should quit their bitc hin. If you cant do the time, don't do the crime.
exemployee

Louisa, VA

#18 Dec 15, 2008
nativelady wrote:
I am in the process of filing papers and signing papers as a citizen a disabled veteran of this great country to see that the inmates at the jail really are being given the oppurtunity to have and use thier civil rights I am going to be watching and listening and if not will take approtiate action on filing the right papers so you all think aabout that when you talk and treat them the way you all do....
Make sure you do those "papers" in a program which offers spell check - otherwise anything you submit will be posted on the "tard of the day" board. They have one...true story!
J Lowe

Louisa, VA

#19 Dec 15, 2008
nativelady wrote:
so let me get this if you are a inmate your a lowlife not even to be treated as a human .
We're glad you came around. Now...on to the next thread!
Yaboo

Lexington, KY

#20 Dec 15, 2008
Also, new idea: controlled beating of inmates. I know that when I was a child, I wouldn't do wrong because I knew my pops would throw on some brass knucks and beat me about the face and stomach. After the 6th beating or so, I knew better and always was a good boy. I figure if we hire a large, intimidating man (we'll call him "the gimp"), and pay him to give the inmates what for every few days, you'll see a dramatic decrease in repeat offenders. Talk about reform!
J Lowe

Louisa, VA

#21 Dec 15, 2008
Yaboo wrote:
Also, new idea: controlled beating of inmates. I know that when I was a child, I wouldn't do wrong because I knew my pops would throw on some brass knucks and beat me about the face and stomach. After the 6th beating or so, I knew better and always was a good boy. I figure if we hire a large, intimidating man (we'll call him "the gimp"), and pay him to give the inmates what for every few days, you'll see a dramatic decrease in repeat offenders. Talk about reform!
How about 2 minutes with the big guy who's been in for a while and wanting a fresh piece of meat.

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