Prison Pete

Saturday, November 06, 2004
  Why should I give it away?
It is 9:00 PM and I have mixed my dinner. I typed all the way through till Recall, and tonight that was 8:15 PM. I am going to send this off now, and then eat! I am hungry.

I need to get some more words to you, but I am having a real hard time pouring out emotional stuff. It is not that I do not want to, it is just easier to not deal at all with the real world.

I know that is unfair to you, and I will work to get a letter out to you over the next forty-eight hours, and some more typing too! I may be able to type some more on the electric. I will go halfway and draft out the stuff to type.

Did you get a letter from me asking about the website of Miranda, the commenter about the "Beauty" series? By the time you get this, you will have met Annabel. That should be interesting to say the least.

Thanks for the County Jail info. I currently have gray sweats, so I guess I will sell them here before I leave here. The white T-shirts are BOP property. The commissary only sells gray ones. About the only thing I can buy here would be underwear, which you did not list, but I will assume I can have. The rest I will have to have delivered once I am there.

People have already started "bugging" me for certain things of mine: watch, radio, headphones, etc. None of this stuff will do me any good in the County jail, and I am not aware of what the property acquisition guidelines are for the Big House in New York.

So except for possible "sentimental" value, most of my stuff should be given away. The point is that I paid cash for all of it, and I could certainly use a few extra bucks to travel with to NY, so I will see if I can get some six-packs or mackerel for the last week or so, saving the actual cash in my account so I will have it when I travel.

The funny thing is that some people expect my stuff for free, but I know that given the chance, they will sell it.

So why should I give it away?
Hiya Pete,

After having read through many of the arguments for and against whether or not you are real, I have been reluctant to comment. Until today, that is, when you pointed out how all the seagulls are trying to position themselves for their share of what they hope you'll leave behind.

Yeah, you're a prisoner alright - no-one other than a prisoner can describe such an emotional desert as you have.

Your reluctance to tell us what you have done, however, is this blogs undoing. I would give a prisoner the shirt off my back when he or she got out. However, I wouldn't give YOU the time of day. Your silence, your very lack of disclosure would immediately jeapordise your safey in a prison situation. This is because inmates automatically assume the worst if you are secretive about your crime.

So, until you decide to be straight-up about what you did, I'm going to 'assume' that you're a child-molester. One who is trying to rationalise - perhaps even justify his own barren, souless existence. Or a rapist? Hmmm.

Good luck 'Pete'. I hope those Libido inhibitor drugs DO actually work when you are released. And if worst comes to worst and you can't control your lust, hook up with on the the girls in this blogs sad little attachment of groupies. Ask her to dress up in school uniform and sing twinkle-twinkle little star while you jack-off.

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