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“This is the day that the Lord hath made; let us be glad and rejoice in it.” Well actually it is the day that the commissioner of the DOC is supposed to be at Maine Correctional Center (MCC) is shaking in their britches… Why all the fear and trembling amongst the staff you ask? Well it seems his holiness the “Commissioner of Ponte” has been wielding his ax at the State prison like he has been farming in South America; using the old Brazilian Jungle slash and burn technique. Yes, it is true, his holiness Ponte axed nine people according to news reports and that has people here at MCC feeling less than secure (to say the least…)

The funny thing is that here at MCC the inmate population has been saying the axe was going to fly for months and three MCC organizations conducted an unofficial poll and came up with their picks for the “Heads Will Roll” axing.

The three groups are the Windham National Association Against Cruelty to Prisoners (WNAACP,) the Club the Easter Seals Foundation (CESF) and Gay Maine (the MCC Chapter.) This is how the polling fell out. At the top of the list was that CO who likes to pass out all the extra food to inmates (as the inmates; CAW, CAW.) According to their press release the WNAACP said if that CO does not know how potential dangerous (Thru the spreading of disease) it is to have 20, 30, or 40 inmates with nasty filthy hands dipping in buckets of food and then passing it out, he does not deserve to be employed. Next on the list was quiet a surprise to many people. The second chosen to be canned was the “Red Headed Dorm Dad” because (and I quote :) “He has lied to the inmates so many times that any capital he had to spend on credibility was gone years ago…”

That’s it, the top two picked by the people who pick people here at MCC… There was one individual who just squeezed out of the “big two” and that was someone named Henry (Quoting once again :) “he’s useless…”

Well that it from ole’ Bob Wire for now… Stay tuned, because this story is not going away anytime soon….

Bob Wire

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Hey, how’s everyone doing?  Hey, I’m glad I have a roof over my head.  The Kurdish guy in the next cell is cool.  Hopefully, he knows some Kurdish music.

Well, today I’m watching the Ghost Rider and Fantastic Four movies.  Weather has been kind of warm and nice.  I’ve been doing pretty good and staying out of trouble.

So, you’ve been putting my AD&D stuff on the  blog?  That is cool.  Have I got any comments on the stuff yet?  Been looking through the Encyclopedia Britannica, and found two islands that you can post on the blog.  Let’s hope that the extinct volcano on Saba Islet is actually extinct or else Bottom and Windward are in a whole lot of trouble.  I will send more stuff later.

Malibu Owl

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Maine State Prison – Kenneth McDonald – MDOC #114427

807 Cushing Road – Warren, Maine 04864-4600

What’s poppin’?

I’m tired of wondering if everyone that I care about out there is okay, or strung out, or overdosed.

My man just got shot a couple of months ago.  Another is fighting a body (murder.)

I am tired of hearing bad news from people.

As I am,

Prince

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Daniel ‘Prince’ Fortune

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Maine State Prison – Daniel Fortune – MDOC #86753

807 Cushing Road – Warren, Maine 04564-4600

Well,

Went walking around the track today and picked up a book at the library that I ordered from the Bangor public library. It’s called Luthien’s Gamble by R.A. Salvatore.  Said goodbye this morning to Eddie, like I said, he’s a good kid and I’ll miss him.  Hopefully, he can stay out of prison and jail from now on. Say a prayer for him.

Had a bit of excitement this morning.  I was looking out my cell window to see what time it was, saw a large number of guards come in and search some  cells. They even cut up some of the green mattresses. They didn’t find anything, though.  A bit exciting.  Today, I plan on just relaxing and watch the Science Fiction Channel.  Kind of cloudy and foggy today, and tomorrow is going to be a wash out.

Just thought of something: no matter how weird the movies are on the Science Fiction Channel, the women are all good looking.

Looking out my cell window, it looks real foggy.  Sort of reminds me of the horror movie The Fog.

Not much to say about weather, we got rain, but not a lot.  So goodnight and God Bless You!

Excelsior!

Kenneth McDonald

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Maine State Prison – Kenneth McDonald – MDOC #114427

807 Cushing Road – Warren, Maine 04864-4600

Hey, what’s popping?

I’ve been working on not focusing so much on the end result of things.  I bounce from one thing to another.  It’s like I don’t feel like I”m doing anything unless I’ striving for something, and then as soon as I get it or accomplish something, I’m on to the next.  I don’t even savor the accomplishment.  I really need to work on that.  Word.  Conditional reality.  That’s what I’m struggling with right now.  I need that happy core.

The falling down and getting back up is what life’s all about.  The day we stop getting back up  is when we really have problems.  I’ve learned that failure is when you give up.  It’s o.k. to make mistakes and fall down, but when we accept that and stop trying, that’s when we’ve failed.  So keep getting back up, everyone.

I can’t believe that this is the reason I self-sabotage so much.  I’m working on this, realizing this is the first step towards fixing it.  I don’t know why I hate myself; I think it’s some childhood shit.  I want you guys to know that I”m working hard to get better and be better so that when I come home I’m in the best possible space.

I’m trying to give all my problems to Allah, it’s hard though, because I’m such a control freak.  I know that He can handle everything better than I ever could so I need to start trusting in Him.  That is not stupid at all; everything is on loan to me from God, you know.  As for purpose, I am just starting to realize what my purpose isn’t.

Just know that I’m doing okay.

As I am,

Prince

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Maine State Prison = Daniel Fortune – MDOC #86753

807 Cushing Road – Warren, Maine 04864-4600

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Maine State Prison – Michael McQuade – MDOC #82448

807 Cushing Road – Warren, Maine 04864-4699

 

It’s the end of April, and I’m seeing flowers and green grass. A lot of seagulls are flying around as well. I’m doing pretty good in here, and no one’s giving me any problems. Tell old Hawkeye that I said hello and that I’m doing a lot better than I was doing in 2009 and 2010. Was wondering if you could send me any information on a frog species that I read about. It’s called the “fanged frog” and they have been finding them in Asia. I read about it and would love to find out more about them. They sound kind of cool. Well, I have to go and God bless you.

Who, Who, Who.

Kenneth McDonald, Aka: Owl, Malibu

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Maine State Prison – Kenneth McDonald – MDOC #114427
807 Cushing Road – Warren, Maine 04864-4600 

I am doing well.

Finished two college courses. and started four more last January.  I’ve got a paying job with the youth center group.  Things are moving in the right direction.

Praise be to God!

I’d like to hear from any of you as soon as ever.

As I am,

Prince

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Maine State Prison – Daniel Fortune – MDOC #86753

807 Cushing Road – Warren, Maine 04864-4600

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Maine State Prison – Michael McQuade – MDOC #82448

807 Cushing Road – Warren, Maine 04864-4600

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Kenneth McDonald

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Maine State Prison – Kenneth McDonald – MDOC #114427

807 Cushing Road – Warren, Maine 04864-4600

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