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  1. mr says

    But we already covered that this doesn’t work.

    • In hindsight, sure. They thought they were being terrifically enlightened, at the time.

      Measurably proportionate retribution, with a rehabilitative result!

      (And a retaliatory satisfaction in punishment, though we’re not supposed to talk about that one.)

  2. Scott McNay says

    There’s that daily problem with picking up the soap, but YAY, three squares a day, free medical care, don’t have to worry about where you’re sleeping, free sex daily guaranteed (see above), what’s not to like about it??

    • For prisoners, “free medical care” boils down to, “You can ask to see the nurse.” You’re not guaranteed that the warden will let you get in line, or that the nurse will be able to see you if he does.
      There is a huge difference between “health care insurance” and actual health care.

  3. Scott McNay says

    I didn’t say it was GOOD medical care.

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