[ ]Hash browns
[ ] eggs sunny side up turned over easy-2
[ ] extra thick 12 grain bread- toastrd
[ ] 4 slices of Canadian bacon
[ ] freshly squeezed orange juice
Oh and an endless pot of freshly ground coffee
I'll do dishes.
I'd like a western omelet, home fries, toast, a slab of scrapple and two plates, so I can share with Mountain Man. He's the only person that I know of on this site that likes scrapple.
Thank you Dragonfly and welcome back. I'll have a short stack of pancakes with a side of scrapple. :)
Not really. But I do go through drawers and closets and get rid of items I no longer need or wear.
I spring clean one room at a time. Floor to ceiling fixtures. Drawers and cupboards get a through once over.
I also fall clean. Summer clothes get stored away and the chimney pipe gets swept.
I am lucky if I ever get anything deep cleaned. I just don't have enough of "me's" to go around. Lol!
About 20 minutes after my morning coffee.
Usually from 10am until 1pm. That's when I do my housework.
I think it depends on what qualities you feel constitute being human. Obviously evildoers are human in the biological sense, but lack humanity in the psychological sense.
There is no denying that humans are capable of evil, we see it by every description every day; but in cases of the most heinous evils, critical aspects … Read more
To commit evil is definitely human with our larger brains. It's oftentimes a glitch in our brains, a chemical imbalance and yet we look down on animals with all our false superiority.
No, I think when they say that it means they are a monster, ie not human. People think about things from a personal perspective, and their are just some crimes that are so horrendous no person of right mind, or normal character (love and empathy and good conscience) could commit, hence non human.
Despair, I should think, Otis.
Religion is also used as a ploy by some to persuade parole boards that they were safe to let out into society.
David Berkowitz (Son of Sam) who "found God" in prison and now helps out with chapel services and counselling has applied for parole 15 times without success. He continues … Read more
Say no, it smells like cat pee!
Here's a viewpoint from a former correctional officer. Going to religious "call-outs"(as we called them) is time out of their cells. It's more time to meet and converse with friends and/or fellow gang members. At one time it looked great when an inmate "found God" and became a Christian when up for parole. Some states … Read more
Often it due to the Chaplin. The Chaplin is a person that prisoners can talk to in confidence. This may lead to a want of turning their life around or being forgiven. I also know members of Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous go into prisons, and their programme is based on a belief in a higher … Read more