How To Survive A South African Prison

June 15, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: TRUTH |

Before being sentenced you will probably be in a holding cell with some numbers. In the morning they will ask everyone to stand in a circle while the highest ranking number stands in the middle. They will recite a story making his rank official (you won’t know wtf), then they will go around asking everyone if they are a number, which you will have to prove by reciting your specific number’s story. If you are not part of the numbers, you will be “skud”, meaning they will take anything of value from you. Don’t fight it or they will kick your ass.

After sentencing and you are on your way to proper jail, in the back of the transport van they will throw something to you on the floor, money, smokes, etc and tell you to put it up your ass. If you do you will forever be a bitch mule and will be doing that every time you go to court and back, also your chances of being raped go up considerably. So don’t do it. No matter how much pressure they put on you. Even if they threaten violence, don’t do it.


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6 People Share Their Mind-Blowing Experiences While On The Psychedelic DMT

June 8, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: TRUTH |

1. The other side was like a rollercoaster ride. I had no choice but to sit back and be carried away as things unfolded in front of me. I — or, my essence, my consciousness — was just floating in space, detached from existence, not fighting anything, not trying to direct anything. It was like I was being given a spiritual tour of this parallel world. 

The first thing that I remember is the imagery. The infinitely intricate, breathtakingly complex geometric images that I saw were indescribably beautiful. One pattern after another, in split seconds, unfolded. Dozens of them. They unfolded or melted away as quickly as they appeared. Glowing rainbow colors — everything had an aura. It turned blue, green, yellow, hot pink, light orange — unfathomably beautiful. And they kept coming and coming and coming — It is simply astonishing that the mind is capable of such things. 

Then, it’s like I’m in space — pitch-black darkness, but with hundreds of glowing, rainbow stars in the background, shining beautifully. And I go past these holographic, glowing blue floors — and then I saw — them. They could be described as aliens or elves — aliens, since I had the feeling of being in outer space; elves, because of their elongated ears. They were very thin, but not emaciated — everything was proportional. Their bodies were comprised of triangular shapes, and were glowing blue, too, although they also had an aura. 


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8 Martial Arts That Will Get You Killed In Real Life

June 7, 2017 | 7 Comments » | Topics: TRUTH |

by Richard Power

Which martial art is the best for street self defense? This question has been around since the beginning of time and is always highly debated.

Every martial art has something to offer but no martial art can stand on its own. Maybe an Aikido move will work against a drunk, untrained jerk at a bar but it won’t work against an 240lb athletic linebacker-esque attacker, generally speaking.

The main problem in a lot of traditional and exotic martial arts is that they don’t practice against real resistance but claim their techniques will work during a real life scenario. It makes little sense logically. If one never practices against real resistance, how do you know it works against real resistance?

Ultimately, it’s about the practitioner, not the actual art itself. However, if you’ve been practicing a particular ineffective art for long enough, those moves become automatic. And if the automatic moves are not effective, you’re gonna have a bad time in a real self-defense situation.

Let’s take a look at 10 martial arts that would probably get you killed in a real life self defense situation.



Artist Perfectly Captures The Flaws Of Our Society In A Series Of Illustrations

June 7, 2017 | 3 Comments » | Topics: TRUTH |



Hopefully You Won’t Need This: A Comprehensive Guide To Prison Life

June 5, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: TRUTH |

Prison Vs. Jail

In the State of New Jersey, if you are convicted of a crime that comes with jail time, you will

either serve that time in the county jail (in the county the charges were brought up in, not necessarily your county of residence), or a State facility. The difference basically comes down to how much time you’ve been sentenced to.

Anything less than 365 days will be served in the county jail. Anything 365 days or more will be served in a State facility. A lot of times, I see people confusing “jail,” and “prison.” This is the difference (at least in NJ).


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This National Park Has Opted To Shoot Poachers To Protect Their Rhinos

May 31, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: TRUTH |

If humans fail to change their ways and adopt more sustainable habits, incredible species will go extinct. In fact, the African Elephant isn’t expected to outlast the next decade due to increased poaching activity. It’s because of this sobering reality and the increasing demand for ivory that a national park in India is shooting first and asking questions later.

The BBC reports that Kaziranga National Park has a pretty successful track record when it comes to protecting rhinoceroses from poachers. However, a controversial tactic is utilized by park rangers: shooting on sight. So far, the park has killed 50 people.

Reportedly, every individual that was killed was after rhino horn. The horn of a rhino can be sold for as much as $6,000 for 100g and because of this, is considerably more expensive than gold. The fabled ‘magical properties’ of it, however, are largely exaggerated. People in many countries, especially in the East, believe a rhino horn can cure various ailments — including cancer — and that it works as an aphrodisiac. It is of course a myth. The horn is composed primarily of keratin, the main component of hair, nails and hoofs.

When the park was first founded approximately a century ago, only a handful of Indian one-horned rhinoceros were protected. Now, the park hosts more than 2,400, which is two-thirds of the world’s population.


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Confessions Of A Humilatrix

May 24, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: TRUTH |

Lynch is a self-described “humiliatrix,” who makes her living primarily by selling videos that cater to a wide array of sexual fetishes — specifically, those of men who wish not only to be dominated by a woman, but also belittled, denigrated and, ultimately, destroyed. As Lynch puts it on her website (NSFW), her videos are “specifically designed to exacerbate your inexplicable urge to have a pretty girl ruin your life.”

How did you got into femdom humiliation. What exactly is it that you do?

I got started when I was 17 years old. I was online, creating little profiles on various vanilla social networking sites, nothing too kinky. Well, nothing kinky at all, actually. Then I had a guy start chatting with me. He was a big pervert, and he had all these weird fetishes. I was kind of grossed out by him, but I was also very much intrigued by him. For reasons I really didn’t understand at the time, the meaner I was to him, the more he wanted to talk to me. He really wanted me to pee on him — that was his thing, he really liked getting peed on. So one day he asked me if he could buy a bottle of my urine and I was like, “Yeah, of course.” I didn’t think it was serious. He told me that he would only pay for it if I sent it to him first. So I’m thinking, all right, this guy is full of shit, but what do I really have to lose here? I pee for free all the time. There’s a tiny chance that he pays me, let’s see what happens.

So I sent him a bottle of my piss, and a couple weeks later I get an envelope back containing $250. I was shocked and amazed and I immediately started thinking about this. This guy just found me by accident, but what would happen if I went looking for guys like this? So from there, I started doing a little research. I had heard of women selling their used panties before, and from there I found this website called Ebanned. It’s basically an auction site just like eBay, but they specialize in used panties or socks, pretty much anything a woman could harvest off her body — even crazy stuff like toenail clippings or pubic hair or tampons. I was looking at other girls’ auctions, and they were all going for pretty low, like $20. So I was thinking, maybe $70 — if someone buys my panties for 70 bucks, that would be cool. The next day they did.


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What’s It Like To Be A Prison Guard

May 24, 2017 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Answers, TRUTH |

The short answer? Sometimes it’s disgusting. Sometimes it’s violent – on occasion, brutally so.  It’s always stressful and sometimes tragic, to the point I sometimes felt like it was leeching away at my soul. But it can also be hilarious, rewarding, and occasionally uplifting.  Above all, it never ceases to surprise – it’s basically a front row ticket to the weirdest show on earth, and to borrow a phrase, it ain’t for the faint of heart, but I wouldn’t trade the years I spent as a corrections officer for anything.

That doesn’t begin to do justice to the real answer, though.  The real answer is going to take time.  So if you’re really interested, strap in for a long one.
First, I should say that I haven’t actually been a prison guard.  What I have been is a jail guard – technically, a Corrections Deputy.  I worked for six years at a small, rural county jail in the northwestern United States. I know several corrections officers who have worked at larger jails and prisons; there are differences, some significant, between their jobs and mine, but the experience is similar enough that I feel qualified to answer.

Corrections work is unlike any other job of which I’m aware.  As you might expect, being a police officer is somewhat similar, but even that feels like a different world.

People used to say, “Oh, I bet that’s hard work,” when they found out what I did for a living, and I never knew what to tell them.  I still don’t.  When I think of “hard work,” I think of physical labor – stuff like clearing brush or construction, two jobs I held before getting into law enforcement.  By in large, corrections work was not all that physically demanding, although I learned pretty early to prioritize physical fitness for the rare occasions when strength or speed were required.  There are times when there isn’t even that much work to do – just a lot of sitting around or walking around, hoping nothing happens.

It is, however, exceptionally challenging, and, even more than police work, exceptionally stressful.