A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About

September 13, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Interesting |

What is the inmate “pecking order” in prison?

Jail and prison populations involve people living in very close proximity to one another (in some housing situations, the toilet seat might be only a few inches from your face when you’re lying in bed), so it is natural to expect that a culture and social structure will emerge.

At the top of the heap would be high-ranking members of crime organizations. Old-style Mafia first come to mind. These guys are still powerful, but maybe not as much as they used to be. More likely you’ll find people in what are usually called “gangs,” e.g. Crips, Bloods, Black Guerrilla Family, Latin Kings, MS-13, etc. There are also gangs that operate mainly within prisons, such as the Mexican Mafia, Aryan Brotherhood, United Blood Nation, etc. Most established prison gangs have alliances with “free world” gangs. 

Members of these gangs, the “soldiers,” are the next level down. They are protected by other gang members, as an insult or assault on any gang member is viewed as an act against the entire gang. The origin of prison gangs was for mutual protection, usually against other ethnic/racial factions. Prison and street crime gangs don’t have much of an equal opportunity program.

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The Daily Man-Up

September 13, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Man-Up |

You’ve probably heard the phrase “Nice guys finish last” and perhaps you’ve experienced it as you watch pushy, inconsiderate guys get the job you want or get the romantic attention of someone you’ve been pining for. It doesn’t seem fair, does it? There’s nothing wrong with being nice, but when you’re so nice to everyone that you stop being nice to yourself, your efforts can backfire. Here are some ways to show people that you value yourself and that they should value you, too.

1. Know the signs of being a “Nice Guy”.

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Welcome To Caveman’s Fight Club!

September 13, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Max Holloway and Ricardo Lamas stand and bang at UFC 199

 

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Hot Instagram Girl Of The Day: Ashley Graham

September 13, 2017 | 5 Comments » | Topics: Babes |

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Awesome Stuff Around The Internet

September 12, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Links |

Sex, Drugs, Gangsters and MMA: Remembering Pride, UFC’s Wild Predecessor – Bleacher Report

So Iggy Azalea Went The Hand Bra Route Recently – Mandatory

In ‘Super Size Me 2’ Morgan Spurlock Goes After the Chicken Industry – VICE

UFC fighter shares gruesome photo of “ripped finger” – Fan Buzz

Ariel Winter Drops Some Ginormous Cleavage And Bosom Action – Popoholic

The iPhone X feel like the future of the smartphone – The Verge

How Great Founders Present Their Vision – Medium

What Difference Does a Healthy School Lunch Make? – The Atlantic

Hot Instagram Pictures Of Jena Frumes – Lurk And Perv

Burning Man 2017: Stunning Photos From The World’s Biggest And Craziest Festival – Design You Trust

Why American Workers Pay Twice as Much in Taxes as Wealthy Investors – Bloomberg

Chaperones Took A Look At This Girl’s Dress And Kicked Her Out Of The Prom – Omg Lane

Hot girls with muscles (nsfw) – Leenks

Make Every Day a Good Day With This Morning Routine – The Art Of Manliness

Playboy Bunny Jeni Summers Wants To Be Brazil’s Next Miss BumBum Winner – Radass

Cop Writes Guy Ticket For Selling Hot Dogs Without A Permit, Then Takes All The Cash Out Of His Wallet – Rare

Ted Cruz blames staffer for ‘liking’ porn tweet – Newser

7 Actually Realistic Threesome Sex Positions You Can Actually Accomplish – Pairade

The 100 Best Movies On Netflix Right Now – Thrillist

The 12 Best New Restaurants in America – Eater

Izabel Goulart Bikini Pics in Ibiza – G-Celeb

Elizabeth Hurley doing awesome things on Instagram – Hollywood Tuna

7 Things You Shouldn’t Be Able To Buy Online But Can – Grumpy Sloth

Ikea’s AR app lets you test furniture in your home—no Allen wrench needed – Fast Company

When Pink Floyd Tried to Make an Album with Household Objects: Hear Two Surviving Tracks Made with Wine Glasses & Rubber Bands – Open Culture

The View From Pyongyang: An Exclusive Look at the World’s Most Secretive Nation – Smithsonian

5 outrageous projects Russia’s military says it’s working on – Business Insider


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The Dumping Grounds

September 12, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds |

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What’s It Like To Be Addicted To Cigarettes

September 12, 2017 | 3 Comments » | Topics: Life Experiences |

I’m 30 and started smoking when i was 12. By the time i was 15 I was a full fledged pack a day smoker. Over the years I have witnessed many people fall prey to the habit.

You start by smoking here and there, maybe you don’t inhale at first, maybe you just like to blow it out your nose or smoke it like a cigar. It’s only on certain occasions.

If you are fiddling with cigarettes, you likely have friends that are smoking, also. so you are hanging out, maybe having a few beers, and you see them smoking and decide to be social with them, and also have a cig, but alas, you have none. So you bum a few off a friend for the night. you kind of like it. it just feels good to have one with some drinks or just when you’re talking and laughing. Soon you do this every time you get together for a drink/movie/whatever. It’s not a big deal, it’s just once in a blue moon.

After a while, your friends start complaining that you are always asking for cigarettes but you never seem to have your own, you cheap son of a bitch. Those shiets are expensive. Maybe next time you could come prepared and letother people bum them. So you buy a pack prior to the next gathering. It feels weird to order them at the counter, but whatever. It’s only for the night and you feel like an asshole smoking everyone’s cigarettes all night. You see how they act when they run low. You don’t want to be that guy.

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Life Isn’t All Sunshine And Rainbows

September 12, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: TRUTH |

“I had never felt such bliss in my life. And already after a few hours I slaughtered 1,100 people…” A Croatian fascist concentration camp guard describes a contest between the guards at the death camp Jasenovac to see which guard could kill most prisoners with his own hands in one night

“Franciscan Pero Brzica, Ante Zrinusic, Sipka and I waged a bet on who would slaughter more prisoners that night. The killing started and already after an hour I slaughtered much more than they did. It seemed to me that I was in seventh heaven. I had never felt such bliss in my life. And already after a few hours I slaughtered 1,100 people, while the others only managed to kill 300 to 400 each. And then, when I was experiencing the greatest ecstasy I noticed an elderly peasant standing and peacefully and calmly watching me slaughter my victims and them dying in the greatest pain. That look of his shook me: in the midst of the greatest ecstasy I suddenly froze and for some time couldn’t make a single move. And then I walked up to him and found out that he was some Vukasin [Mandrapa] from the village of Klepci near Capljina whose whole family had been killed, and who was sent to Jasenovac after having worked in the forests. He spoke this with incomprehensible peace which affected me more than the terrible cries around us. All at once I felt the wish to disrupt his peace with the most brutal torturing and, through his suffering, to restore my ecstasy and continue to enjoy the inflicting of pain.

“I singled him out and sat him down on a log. I ordered him to cry out: ‘Long live Poglavnik [Fuehrer] Pavelić!’, or I would cut his ear off. Vukasin was silent. I ripped his ear off. He didn’t say a word. I told him once again to cry out ‘Long live Pavelić!’ or I would tear off the other ear too. I tore off the other ear. ‘Yell: “Long live Pavelić!”, or I’ll tear off your nose.’ And when I ordered him for the fourth time to yell ‘Long live Pavelić!’ and threatened to take his heart out with a knife, he looked at me, that is, somehow through me and over me into uncertainty and slowly said: ‘Do your job, child.’ [Radi ti, dijete, svoj posao.] After that, these words of his totally bewildered me. I froze, plucked out his eyes, tore out his heart, cut his throat from ear to ear and threw him into the pit. But then something broke within me and I could no longer kill that night.

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