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    I always thought that that the only way a prisoner "saw the light" was when they flipped the switch on the electric chair.
    Electing Joe Biden as President will be similar to going bear hunting at night with just a pair of chop sticks and a lit candle. You know it is a bad idea from the outset, you can not defend yourself, you are ill prepared for what can and maybe will happen, and you question why you even thought it would be a good idea in the first place.

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    I could never figure out why people would go through so much hassle to smuggle drugs into a prison. It's not like convicts can pay them lots of money.

 

 
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