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Principia Discordia => Aneristic Illusions => Topic started by: Scott The Cuck on June 26, 2017, 05:13:08 am

Title: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Scott The Cuck on June 26, 2017, 05:13:08 am
Welcome back old friend.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 26, 2017, 05:13:27 am
 :lulz:
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Faust on June 26, 2017, 01:05:00 pm
It is I RWHN, come back from the dead to say Bearman, your stand up material needs an update, last time this shit was funny, Marky Mark and the  funky bunch were a thing.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on June 26, 2017, 01:13:54 pm
Looks like the legalized recreational marijuana has gone to poor Bearman's head.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Mr. Gone on June 30, 2017, 01:07:30 am
The vibrations good like Sunkist
Many wanna know who done this
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 30, 2017, 03:39:33 am
Looks like the legalized recreational marijuana has gone to poor Bearman's head.

That boy wasn't right to start with.

*shakes head, wipes brow*
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Cain on June 30, 2017, 03:46:43 am
I think the literature on marijuana as a gateway drug may be outdated for modern consumption habits

*waits*
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Scott The Cuck on July 01, 2017, 02:07:34 am
*SPREADS AIDS EVERYWHERE*
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on July 01, 2017, 02:16:19 pm
This is what happens when you cut out carbs
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Cain on July 01, 2017, 07:13:50 pm
This is what happens when you cut out carbs

Marijuana is full of carbs.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Mr. Gone on July 02, 2017, 04:05:12 am
Mine is full of crabs
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Scott The Cuck on July 03, 2017, 03:34:59 am
Aids is Mexican for carbs.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Bebek Sincap Ratatosk on July 03, 2017, 05:48:00 pm
 :lulz:

You'll all be laughing out the other side of your mouth when the Pot Zombies take over America...

Actually, now that I think about it, Pot Zombies would probably be a major improvement at this point.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on July 03, 2017, 05:56:17 pm
Happy to headshot any kind of zombie, if and when. Just gimme the nod  8)
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Bebek Sincap Ratatosk on July 03, 2017, 06:03:35 pm
Happy to headshot any kind of zombie, if and when. Just gimme the nod  8)

IF they're pot zombies wouldn't that be "headshop"?
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on July 05, 2017, 03:20:43 pm
Happy to headshot any kind of zombie, if and when. Just gimme the nod  8)

IF they're pot zombies wouldn't that be "headshop"?

:argh!:
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Telarus on October 07, 2017, 04:16:59 am
 :lulz:
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Cain on October 07, 2017, 10:48:40 am
Here's a good way to summon RWHN

https://www.revealnews.org/article/they-thought-they-were-going-to-rehab-they-ended-up-in-chicken-plants/

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McGahey had heard of Christian Alcoholics & Addicts in Recovery. People called it “the Chicken Farm,” a rural retreat where defendants stayed for a year, got addiction treatment and learned to live more productive lives. Most were sent there by courts from across Oklahoma and neighboring states, part of the nationwide push to keep nonviolent offenders out of prison.

Aside from daily cans of Dr Pepper, McGahey wasn’t addicted to anything. The judge knew that. But the Chicken Farm sounded better than prison.

A few weeks later, McGahey stood in front of a speeding conveyor belt inside a frigid poultry plant, pulling guts and stray feathers from slaughtered chickens destined for major fast food restaurants and grocery stores.

There wasn’t much substance abuse treatment at CAAIR. It was mostly factory work for one of America’s top poultry companies. If McGahey got hurt or worked too slowly, his bosses threatened him with prison.

And he worked for free. CAAIR pocketed the pay.

“It was a slave camp,” McGahey said. “I can’t believe the court sent me there.”

Soon, it would get worse.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on October 07, 2017, 03:48:06 pm
Here's a good way to summon RWHN

https://www.revealnews.org/article/they-thought-they-were-going-to-rehab-they-ended-up-in-chicken-plants/

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McGahey had heard of Christian Alcoholics & Addicts in Recovery. People called it “the Chicken Farm,” a rural retreat where defendants stayed for a year, got addiction treatment and learned to live more productive lives. Most were sent there by courts from across Oklahoma and neighboring states, part of the nationwide push to keep nonviolent offenders out of prison.

Aside from daily cans of Dr Pepper, McGahey wasn’t addicted to anything. The judge knew that. But the Chicken Farm sounded better than prison.

A few weeks later, McGahey stood in front of a speeding conveyor belt inside a frigid poultry plant, pulling guts and stray feathers from slaughtered chickens destined for major fast food restaurants and grocery stores.

There wasn’t much substance abuse treatment at CAAIR. It was mostly factory work for one of America’s top poultry companies. If McGahey got hurt or worked too slowly, his bosses threatened him with prison.

And he worked for free. CAAIR pocketed the pay.

“It was a slave camp,” McGahey said. “I can’t believe the court sent me there.”

Soon, it would get worse.

Sure, it sounds bad. But the Constitution clearly condones slavery, as long as the slave has been convicted of a crime first. They don't even technically need to be guilty. Just convicted.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Cain on October 07, 2017, 07:21:29 pm
Except, as the article notes:

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Legal experts said forcing defendants to work for free might violate their constitutional rights. The 13th Amendment bans slavery and involuntary servitude in the United States, except as punishment for convicts. That’s why prison labor programs are legal. But many defendants sent to programs such as CAAIR have not yet been convicted of crimes, and some later have their cases dismissed.

Anyway, I mostly bring it up because RWHN always said he preferred addiction treatment to prison, when it sounds like the two aren't very different at all.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on October 07, 2017, 08:34:27 pm
If they weren't guilty, they wouldn't be accused. As for RWHN, he was the wisest person to ever visit PD and his abandonment of this community is a severe loss to us.

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Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 08, 2017, 06:21:43 pm
Here's a good way to summon RWHN

https://www.revealnews.org/article/they-thought-they-were-going-to-rehab-they-ended-up-in-chicken-plants/

Quote
McGahey had heard of Christian Alcoholics & Addicts in Recovery. People called it “the Chicken Farm,” a rural retreat where defendants stayed for a year, got addiction treatment and learned to live more productive lives. Most were sent there by courts from across Oklahoma and neighboring states, part of the nationwide push to keep nonviolent offenders out of prison.

Aside from daily cans of Dr Pepper, McGahey wasn’t addicted to anything. The judge knew that. But the Chicken Farm sounded better than prison.

A few weeks later, McGahey stood in front of a speeding conveyor belt inside a frigid poultry plant, pulling guts and stray feathers from slaughtered chickens destined for major fast food restaurants and grocery stores.

There wasn’t much substance abuse treatment at CAAIR. It was mostly factory work for one of America’s top poultry companies. If McGahey got hurt or worked too slowly, his bosses threatened him with prison.

And he worked for free. CAAIR pocketed the pay.

“It was a slave camp,” McGahey said. “I can’t believe the court sent me there.”

Soon, it would get worse.

Sure, it sounds bad. But the Constitution clearly condones slavery, as long as the slave has been convicted of a crime first. They don't even technically need to be guilty. Just convicted.

In most cases, the person has not been found guilty.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 08, 2017, 06:22:24 pm
Except, as the article notes:

Quote
Legal experts said forcing defendants to work for free might violate their constitutional rights. The 13th Amendment bans slavery and involuntary servitude in the United States, except as punishment for convicts. That’s why prison labor programs are legal. But many defendants sent to programs such as CAAIR have not yet been convicted of crimes, and some later have their cases dismissed.

Anyway, I mostly bring it up because RWHN always said he preferred addiction treatment to prison, when it sounds like the two aren't very different at all.

They are different.  If your hand gets crushed in prison, you see a doctor.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Cain on October 08, 2017, 07:20:14 pm
I did think that, but I also thought the US may be having the same problem as the UK, where the prison service is so understaffed and overcrowded you could probably present with signs of ebola and not see a doctor for over 6 weeks.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 12, 2017, 03:53:36 am
I did think that, but I also thought the US may be having the same problem as the UK, where the prison service is so understaffed and overcrowded you could probably present with signs of ebola and not see a doctor for over 6 weeks.

So you should move to Arizona, because it would be an improvement.

TGRR,
Will never bitch about Bastard City again.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 12, 2017, 06:09:42 am
I did think that, but I also thought the US may be having the same problem as the UK, where the prison service is so understaffed and overcrowded you could probably present with signs of ebola and not see a doctor for over 6 weeks.

So you should move to Arizona, because it would be an improvement.

TGRR,
Will never bitch about Bastard City again.

And then he actually died.  :fnord:
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Doktor Howl on October 12, 2017, 06:16:48 am
I did think that, but I also thought the US may be having the same problem as the UK, where the prison service is so understaffed and overcrowded you could probably present with signs of ebola and not see a doctor for over 6 weeks.

So you should move to Arizona, because it would be an improvement.

TGRR,
Will never bitch about Bastard City again.

And then he actually died.  :fnord:

Fuck yes he did.
Title: Re: ITT we summon RWHN
Post by: Mr. Gone on October 20, 2017, 03:04:14 am
Except, as the article notes:

Quote
Legal experts said forcing defendants to work for free might violate their constitutional rights. The 13th Amendment bans slavery and involuntary servitude in the United States, except as punishment for convicts. That’s why prison labor programs are legal. But many defendants sent to programs such as CAAIR have not yet been convicted of crimes, and some later have their cases dismissed.

Anyway, I mostly bring it up because RWHN always said he preferred addiction treatment to prison, when it sounds like the two aren't very different at all.

Well it certainly doesn't sound like Club Med.