Haha oh dear indeed!
Haha oh dear indeed!
"To Live Content With Small Means; To Seek Elegance Rather Than Luxury, And Refinement Rather Than Fashion; To Be Worthy, Not Respectable; And Wealthy, Not Rich; To Study Hard, Think Quietly, Talk Gently, Act Frankly.....To Listen To Stars & Buds, To Babes & Sages, With Open Heart; Await Occasions, Hurry Never.....This Is My Symphony." † ~ William Henry Channing †
Eddie is my heart!!
Man, this is a topic close to my heart. Awhile back when I was 20, and naive and idealistic, a childhood friend of mine locked up in Texas asked me to send him some pagan books. Well, being the dumbass I am I thought "I'll send him the blue book- Raymond Buckland's classic intro to the subject and a standard in the field."
Well I'm an idiot.
I didn't think a bookcover donning a simple star with a circle around it (sounds like a cop's badge, don't it?) would cause so much havoc.
They (staff/guards) told his cellblock he was a devil worshiper.
They physically treated him like sh*t.
He developed a serious life-threatening staph infection.
All cuz I sent him a stupid f*in book without considering all the possible ramifications. Which he never even got BTW.
I STILL feel guilty about it ten years later..... the road to hell with best intentions my friends.....
If you are not free to choose wrongly and irresponsibly, you are not free at all.
- Jacob Hornberger
Coming to the topic keeping aside the jokes; there are a heck big leap of rules to be adhered to when it comes to sending the books to jail inmates. 1st and foremost the books should be sent by the publisher or the book store. secondly the book shouldn't be of sexual nature. thirdly, there is a cap of 3 books per month as well 3 books per week.
So frenz! If you really wanna send sum books to ur buddies in prison, then keep the above mentioned points in consideration. okay?
But aren't the rules different in different states and prisons?
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I actually would like to read "Identifying Wood." I was always helping my father in the workship when he was making all sorts of furniture and such. We would go to the lumberyard and I was fascinated by how he could just slide his hand over a plank and tell what kind of wood it was. Pine is easy to smell but after that it gets harder.
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