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2013-08-18 11:22:38 PM
4 votes:
Treat them like animals and they will behave like animals. Another story brought to you by the prison industrial complex.
2013-08-19 03:12:37 AM
2 votes:
This thread needs to become a recipe thread. So many possibilities and I am a poor college student in need of ideas.


Asian Slaw
3 cups Shredded cabbage .49 cents per pound
2-3 green onions chopped
1 pkg Noodles from Ramen Soup .25 cents
4 oz. Sliced toasted almonds .89 cents
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup vinegar .69 cent vinegar will work, but $2.99 rice vinegar is so much better
1/4 cup vegetable oil   (spring for a few drops of sesame oil, can also be used for stir-fry dishes later)
 Add cabbage, almonds,green onions, and crushed up ramen noodles to a bowl
Stir sugar, vinegar, oil and Ramen noodle seasoning pack together and pour over salad. Salt & pepper to taste. Want to stress how much better this tastes with a few drops of sesame oil added or a few toasted sesame seeds.

Chill in fridge for an hour and eat.
2013-08-18 11:27:12 PM
2 votes:

Skarekrough: I spent a few months working for a company that handled the software, kiosks and maintenance of inmate orders in a number of for-profit institutions.  On a daily basis I was troubleshooting why orders didn't get delivered to inmates, issues pertaining to items they were or were not allowed to get and dealing with staff at those facilities that absolutely boggled my mind as to how they weren't either inmates themselves or managed to hold down a regular job at all.  More often than not complaints came down to "Well, the inmates probably lying and we made enough selling merch to the others at jacked-up enough prices so don't sweat it."  In the office there were posters on the wall intended for the visiting rooms stating how much you could show you cared for "Daddy" by putting money in his account so he could buy Snickers bars and other snacks.

I hated that job.  I hated how these people were institutionalized and once again being victimized, for profit.  It was the only place that I won't put on my resume because of ethical issues; there's no way of explaining what they do without making someone realize how god-awful the entire notion was.  It's just easier that way.

Oh, and before anyone gets on my case about it, none of the descriptions of the job nor in the interviews was the term "prison" ever used.  Going in to it all I knew is that it was a kiosk-based system for food delivery.

Not so much the CSB.


For-profit prisons are evil.
2013-08-18 10:13:18 PM
2 votes:
Was it them skrimp ones? Cuz I'll straight shank for those.
2013-08-18 04:35:07 PM
2 votes:
Perhaps their inability to react in a civil manner to a minor slight is why they're in juvie to begin with.
2013-08-19 12:57:11 AM
1 votes:

Coastalgrl: Quantum Apostrophe: NutWrench: Probably Maruchan noodles. The Nissin brand is much better.

/begin, the noodle wars have.

Ill have to try this kind. And the chili lime shrimp Top Ramen.

This thread needs to become a recipie thread. So many possibilities and I am a poor college student in need of ideas.


Drop frozen veggies and corn in while the ramen water is boiling. Takes a bit longer, but it makes for fuller bodied meal. Also, lime and juice from canned chicken.
2013-08-19 12:13:02 AM
1 votes:

Fallout Boy: I dont know if you can understand the alien concepts of "friendship", "companionship" and "socialization", but friends usually tease each other and it is in good fun. The only exception when you can flip out like that is after you have repeatedly warned them to stop but they dont.


No matter how close someone is, you don't screw with their food, no matter what state of delivery it is in.  You don't mess with their car, you don't tell them someone close to you is dead when they're not and you don't take their last goddamned beer or cigarette.

These are the rules of a polite society just trying to get by until we have the technology to get off this farking rock and go explore space.

If you break the rules then you get what you get.  If you're lucky then it's just a chuckle and a "tsk-tsk."  If you're not then they find your head floating in an Adidas gym bag five miles off the coast of Tampa while the rest of you becomes food for the fishes.

So, in the grand scheme, a ruined sweater is getting off light.
2013-08-19 12:10:35 AM
1 votes:

WhoopAssWayne: fusillade762: For-profit prisons are evil.

If they can keep village idiots like yourself locked up, taxpayers should double down.


Trolling is one thing, personal attacks? That's a plonking. Buh-bye.
2013-08-18 11:46:15 PM
1 votes:
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2013-08-18 11:20:41 PM
1 votes:
I spent a few months working for a company that handled the software, kiosks and maintenance of inmate orders in a number of for-profit institutions.  On a daily basis I was troubleshooting why orders didn't get delivered to inmates, issues pertaining to items they were or were not allowed to get and dealing with staff at those facilities that absolutely boggled my mind as to how they weren't either inmates themselves or managed to hold down a regular job at all.  More often than not complaints came down to "Well, the inmates probably lying and we made enough selling merch to the others at jacked-up enough prices so don't sweat it."  In the office there were posters on the wall intended for the visiting rooms stating how much you could show you cared for "Daddy" by putting money in his account so he could buy Snickers bars and other snacks.

I hated that job.  I hated how these people were institutionalized and once again being victimized, for profit.  It was the only place that I won't put on my resume because of ethical issues; there's no way of explaining what they do without making someone realize how god-awful the entire notion was.  It's just easier that way.

Oh, and before anyone gets on my case about it, none of the descriptions of the job nor in the interviews was the term "prison" ever used.  Going in to it all I knew is that it was a kiosk-based system for food delivery.

Not so much the CSB.
2013-08-18 10:58:37 PM
1 votes:
Here's an idea, how about not letting juvenile delinquents place bets on the outcome of a game.
2013-08-18 10:35:09 PM
1 votes:
Growing up here we only had access to Gattuso noodle cups. I was eating one in grade 10(chicken flavor iirc) at one of the tables when suddenly my fork arm was knocked in mid-bite. Thinking nothing of it, I continued eating. When it happened the second time I stopped eating and watched the culprit(supposed 'friend' from all the way back to kindergarden) circle the long table and sit himself down in the seat facing me, smiling all the while.
 Without even taking a second to reconsider, I immediately threw the rest of my Gattuso directly into his chest, which was adorned at the time with his nice, brand new xmas sweater. His white german pasty face and big ears turned a bright crimson red, at which point I cried out 'Look everyone, it's Rudolph!'

 Ahh, highschool, how I miss thee.

Anyway, point is, when he made me spill my cup-o-noodles a second time, throwing the rest at him felt GODDAMN FINE oh yes it did.
2013-08-18 10:30:56 PM
1 votes:
"Where did they get the material to start the fire? Why weren't they watched?" said parent, Jill Elkington.

Ah yes, the ole "Take no responsibilty. Deflect fault. Someone else is to blame" defence
Works everytime

Put Joe in charge
Spend about $30,000 to replace those buildings
This is how those animals should be living from now on

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2013-08-18 10:16:28 PM
1 votes:

Quantum Apostrophe: NutWrench: Probably Maruchan noodles. The Nissin brand is much better.

/begin, the noodle wars have.

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Those are peasant fare.

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