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Dear people,

Tell junkies to finally listen to you and get sub doctors, so that they have a better chance at a happy life, and if they can help their addiction, the weight will be lifted and true freedom will beckon them.  Be fearless and beautiful, because every single junkie needs to follow your example for it.  Do the deeds and the deeds will be done, no matter how many times we attempt it.  If all else fails, we’ll all fail.

Love,

G.Raff

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This is X-Ray again coming to you from this shit hole called Maine Correctional Center. MCC for short.

I’m having a weird day. I’ve been upset since lunch and really just can’t wait for this day to go away. Fuckin’ Don Jacobson is being his usually prick self. I guess if I had to marry one of the scary bitches, I might be crazy too. He is a piece of work. He’s redheaded with a mole on his face. Hot, huh? I’m hoping my days of answering will come to an end soon. RIP D. Jacobson. Fuckhead.

So, yesterday I started pressing flowers and someone had the gall to say something like it was fuckin’ Biz somehow.

I’m really having one of these hate jail and stupid people kind of day, blah!

The only thing I guess is remotely positive is that I have a crush on a certain Mr. Moony. I think we will be in love by the time I leave this hole.

Feb 1st Bitches! Can’t wait. I do know that I have learned my lesson of drinking and driving.

Although I will not be D&D again it makes me wonder why I did it in the first place. Here I’m treated like a criminal next to murderers and skinners aka Sex Offenders aka Sick Bastards. They actually get paid to be in dorms one and two. It’s fucked up. I’m sick to death at looking at them. They definitely should have their own prison. There’s 800 hundred inmates and three hundred and twenty five are “touchers,” “serial rapists” — it’s just not right they get jobs before regular inmates! REALLY!

And how the hell does the guys “the half of the population” get away with being soboxin high? I mean it is none of my biz but some assholes like to fuck with me and I’m very passive except today. LOL. Their eyes are huge. I can tell when a guy is high, how come the trained professionals can’t? Fuck, do your job! They think they’re invisible. WTF. Get a life, instead of making Jail your hobby. Some guys only last weeks before they’re back in here for even longer sentences. Crazy. Crazy. Crazy. I will not be on that list. I fucking can’t stand people who get off doing their grandmother’s prescriptions. Ridiculous. I won’t be a statistic damnit. I will behave. And make the right choices.

Well, have I bitched enough yet? I think so. Thanks for letting me vent. Hope everyone stays safe and has a great day, week, month, fuckin’ year. LOL.

‘Till next time,

~ MUAH ~

– X-Ray

P.S. Hi Cutie-Butt Moony! Write me! xoxoxo
I actually feel better for venting. Hope it lasts. Hahahahahah. XD

My tagname is H. Life used to be kind. Never had any trouble with the law, never really had trouble with anyone. Then, six years ago, I fell through a plate glass window & my left arm was near to being completely severed. Luckily, it was able to be repaired, but the nerve damage left me in constant pain. To cope with this (at age 16) I was put on oxycottin and morphine.

I first realized that I was addicted when my physician, afraid that I could become addicted took me off of everything. By three days time the pain & the withdrawal symptoms were so overwhelming that he was forced to put me back on the medications. Of course, over time, with opiates, you need more & more & more & when they won’t prescribe you enough, you cross that line between “use” & “abuse.” (Although if they prescribe it, I guess it’s still “use”.) The next thing you know, you’re a criminal.

I’m in a prison doing 4 years for a burglary (to support my habit) followed by subsequent probation violations. Despite my condition (in addition to addiction & chronic pain, I also suffer from mental illness) I was not offered any alternative to sentencing, no rehab, no hospitalization. Am I done using/abusing substances? Not unless “they” come up with a cure for cravings, and an alternate to pain management. I wish that I could be a surgeon, and heal others. But that’s not happening now.

– Nicholas “H” Hamilton
MDOC# 66835

My name is Ray Munsan, aka X-Ray. My MDOC# is 1583366. I’m at YCJ.

So – Officer Gallager ‘formerly a lieutenant in  York County Jail is now the new flower nazi. Instead of busting these guys in jail with syringe’s and coke/crack, suboxone, &c, he’s stealing our flowers that my celly and I have made. Carnations and roses. They take a long time which keeps us busy for the most part. But he isn’t giving up.

They allow gambling in  York County Jail, which results in fights. Aside from the drugs and the gambling they seem to play dumb when certain things are not done the way they should be. They play favorites. It’s hard to contemplate that Gallager & the Plumber get off taking our flowers that we’ve made. Meanwhile not causing fights or arguments and keeping quietly to ourselves.

What’s wrong with this picture?

We make the flowers from fruit punch and toilet paper. Nothing from the outside world. What a jack-ass! What possesses this guy? Was he trapped in a greenhouse as a young child? Did an evil stepfather make him tend to the flower garden while forbidding him to play baseball with the neighbor kids? Perhaps he has a problem with instant carnation breakfast or Rosie O’Donnell.

Most officers here are way cool. Not Gallager & the Baconater, though. They’re flowers! Gosh!

Thank you.

– Ray Hunsan

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