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Jacob Blackmon's Profile
Age: 39
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, March 2 2017
Inmate Blog Category:
BODY OF CHRIST

As being born again believers in Jesus Christ we have put on a new identity that is not of anything we can make or decide. We didn't choose God but he chose us. Paul described this new identity as a body full of many members, but with Jesus being the lead, that through Him, he will lead us and guide us. Now, in this body, we have many members, white, black, brown, all together working together to bring more people to this body. We all have a part to play in this area to bring people in. We don't do the something to bring people in but we're all working together with the same Holy Spirit, with the same purpose to bring people into the Kingdom of God. Do you know your part? Do you know where your active in this body? It's only through the Holy Spirit that you will find this... Find your place and your part, because we need you to be a hand, foot, nose, ear, everyone is important in the body of Christ. Know that all this is held together by love and serving one another. It's through the body of Christ we find our strength, and the source of that strength is God's grace that we have in Jesus Christ. Always remember that everything we do, we do it all in love... the love of Jesus Christ.

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Thomas K. Reynolds's Profile
Age: 36
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, March 2 2017
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Hey, what's up?! I've started a new correspondence course: Environmental Science. It's interesting. More interactive than simply reading a book. I hope to retain more useful information. I'd like to take the Fitness & Nutrition course once I finish this one. I'm on a new unit, we call it the "Monster" unit. Still in lock-down with no out-of-cell time, so anything that entertains my brain is a plus. I'm as surprised by the Trump election as anyone else. Yet, eager to see how my Clean, Clear, Progressive, Independent, Libertarian, Humanist, ideology fairs in a Trumped-Up world. Still trying to get some updated photos. Someone's got to visit on the right weekend and bring $21 extra bucks. I've been checking out some of the live mixing equipment in the Sweetwater Catalog. I admit, I don't know how to DJ, however, I find myself designing mixing devices. I wish Stanton made more stuff like Native Instruments, NuMark, and Pioneer. I'm losing some weight. Prison food ain't looking as good as it used to. The pictures in Clean Eating, Healthy Living, Men's Health, and Muscle & Fitness magazines look really good though. Well, drop me a line, just to chat. No pressure. REMEMBER: If you use JPay, your email will get here faster, however, you have to include your snail mail address for me to reply to.

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Robert Stayer's Profile
Age: 38
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, March 13 2017
Inmate Blog Category:
“ALCOHOL POISONING”

Does anybody know anything about Alcohol Poisoning? I sure could use your help on the topic, or if anybody has any stories/experiences on the topic. Also if a male had a blood alcohol content (B.A.L.) of .26% and that’s 12 hours after his last drink, what would his B.A.L. have been after his last drink? (The male is 5’10” and 180 pounds). I ask these questions because the guy who passed away in my case died from Alcohol Poisoning and Hypothermia, according to the autopsy report. The only other thing on the autopsy report was blunt force head trauma. Is a broken nose consistent with blunt force head trauma? I had a “Public Defender” who did nothing to help me. I also have two children (a son and daughter) who could benefit more with me home. Please help. Thank you for your time.

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Antonio Street's Profile
Age: 36
Location: VA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, March 14 2017
Inmate Blog Category:Mythology
SOUL MATES

There is a Greek myth that claims at when the first people were created they had 2 heads, 4 arms, and 4 legs. These very first people were called “individuals”. In Greek mythology the names are always important because they give you insight into the persons. True nature in the case, the word individual when broken down is made of the prefix “in”, which means not; in the middle is the term “divi”, which means divide; and last is the word “dual” which means two. So literally, the word individual means “not divided two”, or two people not divided or people not divided or separated. The myth explains that people were created this way so that everyone would always be with their better half, best friend, companion, etc. But when people take things for granted, they place less value on these things. The individual took their other halves for granted and as a result they constantly complained, fought with each other, and every prayed for separation. It is said that the Gods grew tired of it and sent down lightning bolts to strike the individuals. These lightning bolts split the individuals in half so that they had one head, 2 arms and 2 legs, like we have now. But when they were first created, despite the fact that they were actually 2 people undivided, only one soul was placed in the individual and when they were split in half by the lightning bolts it also split there soul in half. Hence, the term “soul mate, a punishment for being ungrateful, the Gods confused the peoples mind so that they wouldn’t recognize who they were once connected to. Now people spend their whole lives trying to find the one that makes them complete again.

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Torian Aytman's Profile
Age: 26
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Friday, March 24 2017
Inmate Blog Category:Life
TODAY'S WORLD

In today’s uncertain world of lies and technology, humans are becoming less and less social by the day. Instant gratification has become law in the era of "No Patience". Social Media reigns supreme as the digital world in which one can be any and every one, except themselves, hidden behind a screen and a key pad. As a man who values the social ways of the past era, I invite all to explore new ideas and topics as well as share ideals, beliefs, and knowledge the "old way" infused with the modern way. I'm not a Trump supporter, (even though I respect his business hand) so I'll leave it to him to make America great again. Lol But I'll leave it to you to make common, deep, and or intellectual correspondence great again. I like everything from regular letters, even surveys and interviews. But if you’re one, such as I, who are government/global conspiracy theorist, come and let us become further enlightened. PS- WikiLeaks is a marvelous start!!

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Elijah Joubert's Profile
Age: 38
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 3
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, March 28 2017
Inmate Blog Category:Dialogue with Elijah
RESPECTING OTHER’S VIEWS, OPINIONS AND BELIEFS

For a good majority of my life I found myself in countless frivolous debates and arguments, which gained me the moniker “King of frivolous debates” by a friend. I would always find a way to turn a small discussion into a debate and a simple question into an argument. What I had to learn was that we as people see life and the world differently. We live in different countries and time zones, so our cultures, customs and traditions are different, which means our views, opinions and beliefs are different. But the biggest mistake we make as human beings, we try to force our views, opinions and beliefs on the next person. When even subconsciously we attack, ridicule or criticize a person, when they don’t agree or share our interest in views, opinions and beliefs. We have a way of making that person feel guilty as if it’s wrong or bad to not share our view, opinion or belief. I became a better person when I understood that I could agree to disagree with a person about our views, opinions and beliefs, then move on to another subject without an argument or debate. I learned to respect who they are and what they believe, because it doesn’t make you a better person and them a lesser person because of your personal beliefs. Just like it doesn’t make them right and you wrong due to their views and opinions on life. The world will be safe and better place once we learn how to respect other people’s views, opinions and beliefs. You too can agree to disagree with a person without belittling or scorning them just because they don’t view life as you, or share your same beliefs. I promise you you’ll begin to feel better and understand people better once you learn how to respect other people’s views, opinions and beliefs.

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Michael Wicker's Profile
Age: 35
Location: IL
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, March 28 2017
Inmate Blog Category:


I’m Going… Today is my 35th birthday and I just recently got under 10 years to go until my release and have been doing some thinking! With all the craziness going on all around the world…natural disasters, politics and violence etc., it becomes hard to stay positive in this crazy world but the older I get the more my eyes open to how precious life is and all the things I have to be grateful for, even through adversity. I think for my next 35 years, God allowing, I’m going to just focus on each day and get the most out of every day and do things to better my life…if it’s not positive “then it isn’t for me”! I’m going to surround myself around positive people who are focused on the right things and moving in a positive direction. I’m going to enroll in school and get as much for my mind as possible. I’m going to work even harder physically to be in the best physical shape possible, inside and out! I’m going to tell everyone in my life, as much as possible, how much I’m grateful and thankful for them. Life is just precious and I believe truly that life can be what you make it…live and learn. Just maybe some of you are moving in the same direction and would like to inspire and motivate me even more, then I definitely welcome you and your responses. Have a wonderful day!

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Todd Ulmer's Profile
Age: 49
Location: MI
Total Blog Entries: 3
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, March 28 2017
Inmate Blog Category:


Not having submitted a blog since last September (2016), I will try and catch everything up and be on semi-brief side, for my “Inside Minimum” blog. October was fast and smooth; uneventful. When you are in prison even minimum/level 1, uneventful can be a very good thing. My 2nd favorite team in baseball, Chicago Cubs (Tigers 1st) won the World Series. November 2016 started the holiday season. Only struggle was my father’s anniversary of his death (4 years) on the 1st. Thanksgiving was good and actually was served a decent turkey dinner by the MDOC. Then Christmas movies started on TV – which I love. Yes, I know I am a prisoner but movies of holiday genre give me great hope for my future. December 2016: Prison ran good, for being in prison that is. Had a big snow storm early on then rest and most of December warmer than average. Prisoner Benefit Fund did give each inmate a pretty good holiday bag with quite a bit of great treats. Prison and the inmates conducted a fundraiser where we purchased food items we usually can’t get (example: chicken wings, white castle sliders) and a portion of all funds went to buy kid’s winter coats and gloves, that are in need in the community. We raised $4,500! January 2017: Holidays over, New year underway, back to normal conditions and winter continues. Check back some day. I will not wait so long for my next entry.

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Jason Schultz's Profile
Age: 32
Location: MA
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, March 28 2017
Inmate Blog Category:


To be a “Revolutionary” calls for the ability to practice revolution as a religion – you must dig deep down within yourself and remove any impurities instilled by a diseased society. One must be equally committed to destroying within oneself all the vestiges of that society which he/she desires to change. This means eliminating the values of the ruling class or that society and the petty aspirations of wanting to be like that class. To be a “Revolutionary” is to be good as your word…this process does not and cannot occur overnight. Thus, before any real transformation can occur, the struggle must be waged and won within oneself.

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Jason Miears's Profile
Age: 29
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 5
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, April 3 2017
Inmate Blog Category:
MY HOBBY AND LOVE OF DREAMS

One hobby I have found in here is the study and interpretation of dreams. I have never found what most people find interesting in here. Gambling, sports, television…but what has kept me busy is the study of my dreams. Ever since my mom got me books 4 years ago on interpreting dreams, I found the unconscious mind surreal. The intense irrational reality of dreams has always made me wonder what they were really all about. After intense study and writing my dreams down after waking up, I realized our unconscious mind tries to tell us indirectly about what we need to know about our waking life. After being able to memorize and recall dreams I eventually learned how to lucid dream. It is interesting how we can actually become conscious that we are actually dreaming. My only negative aspect is the nightmare. Sometimes the worrying endured in prison causes intense dreams to be frightening. What helps me though from these is realizing that just like this life we will all eventually wake up and realize the true nature of reality. One day at a time. One dream at a time…I would love to hear other people’s thoughts on dreams.

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