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Come on guys - lets keep it to the topic please?

Foxdale - You seem to want hardship and punishment on the prisoners. Does that also apply to those on remand who are innocent until proven guilty or is there exemptions?

Dilli - You've wrote some good posts on here. I like to see them as also other contributors on here. 

Lets have some fun and laughter on here as it makes things so much funnier :P

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Prison certainly works for this guy doesn't it. Chronic recidivism is learnt behaviour for him and prison is almost a reward like giving a monkey a banana. Every time he loses he probably thinks he's

You have a pretty high opinion of yourself for an idiot.  No employer is going to give him any sort of chance for no other reason than he’s a complete dickhead. 

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On 8/31/2019 at 7:24 AM, Dave Hedgehog said:

Just the one bucket for Goldie then. 

Steady on, think of his yuman rights.

If we treat them them harshly instead of being molly coddled, and wiping their arses, there will come a day, when someone will go running to a sympathetic Athol Street lawyer who will take legal action, using legal aid money. 

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3 minutes ago, 2112 said:

Steady on, think of his yuman rights.

If we treat them them harshly instead of being molly coddled, and wiping their arses, there will come a day, when someone will go running to a sympathetic Athol Street lawyer who will take legal action, using legal aid money. 

Don't you have to be human for them to apply?

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1 hour ago, foxdaleliberationfront said:

Once an animal starts eating it's own shit it would be put down. 

I suppose that even when Andy Warhol opined on the matter of people achieving their 15 minutes of fame even he didn’t imagine that in the course of a month anyone could go from basking in the fame and notoriety of appearing in a highly watched new tv series as a local celebrity to eating their own shit in a police cell. 

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2 minutes ago, thesultanofsheight said:

I suppose that even when Andy Warhol opined on the matter of people achieving their 15 minutes of fame even he didn’t imagine that in the course of a month anyone could go from basking in the fame and notoriety of appearing in a highly watched new tv series as a local celebrity to eating their own shit in a police cell. 

That's true. 

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Four more now charged with the mobile phone conspiracy. Including a chap from Liverpool already up on drug trafficking charges (iomtoday).

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1 hour ago, 2112 said:

Steady on, think of his yuman rights.

If we treat them them harshly instead of being molly coddled, and wiping their arses, there will come a day, when someone will go running to a sympathetic Athol Street lawyer who will take legal action, using legal aid money. 

Goldie probably insists on his arse being wiped with a Ritz Cracker

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1 hour ago, Dave Hedgehog said:

Goldie probably insists on his arse being wiped with a Ritz Cracker

I think a lot of people would be happier if a roll of barbed wire were used... :thumbsup:

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3 hours ago, thesultanofsheight said:

I suppose that even when Andy Warhol opined on the matter of people achieving their 15 minutes of fame even he didn’t imagine that in the course of a month anyone could go from basking in the fame and notoriety of appearing in a highly watched new tv series as a local celebrity to eating their own shit in a police cell. 

We’ve made this. Not us personally, but society. The ones who stay home, drink and watch reality TV. If there was no demand there would be no programmes like this and serial offenders like Goldilocks wouldn’t become ‘famous’ . 

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14 minutes ago, ecobob said:

We’ve made this. Not us personally, but society. The ones who stay home, drink and watch reality TV. If there was no demand there would be no programmes like this and serial offenders like Goldilocks wouldn’t become ‘famous’ . 

No.

The Governor has made this. Or is it the Home Affairs Minister Bill Malarkey or his substitute? Or maybe it is Dan Davies former Manx Radio DJ and now CEO of the Department of Home Affairs? Maybe it is Chris Thomas' lot in the Spin Doctor section of the Cabinet Office?

Maybe it was all of them and more. Maybe we will never know. It is not as if this latest matter couldn't have been predicted.

Reality TV's Britain's Best Little Prison? (geddit!)

The gift that keeps on giving.

 

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