...down there?...And is that why she got out of jail for a minute?
You celebrity-obsessed pinheads, why do you care?!
And if you are a celebrity-obsessed pinhead (who got here by following a link), you may as well hit the BACK button right now, because this is a pure rant.
Rant #1: Do you even care about women in prison unless it's Paris or Martha? Do you have a heart in your chest or a brain in your head? If so, what do you think they're there for? Would you please begin using them sometime, soon?
Rant #2: Letting somebody out of the klink for medical care is called, in corrections-public health jargon, "compassionate release," and it happens approximately never, as in never, ever.
You know you don't have to stick around here to see pics of Paris falling out of her clothes, right? You've got Google Images or whatever for that.
Rant #3: Call the Corporate Media the COMA.
Let's take them in order:
Rant #1 -- Women in prison:
Is this what you think of when you hear or read the phrase "women in prison"? It's not hot, it's not titillating, it's called incarceration, and it's racist and it's violent and it's really, really violent, and it's a lot rooted in the war on drugs and it destroys families and it hurts the children and did I mention that it's racist and tied to the war on drugs?
Rant #2 -- Public health & incarceration:
So you've drunk the koolaid and you think prisoners kick back all day watching cable and filing frivolous lawsuits. The real deal is you have to sue the pants off the sheriff or the DOC just to have conditions of basic human decency, nevermind the Constitution.
In Macon, GA, women were held in virtual slavery to a chicken processing plant while locked up for nonviolent offenses, until they hooked up with free lawyers.
Nobody cares whether you've actually been convicted or are just waiting for your day in court. If you're in jail, you must deserve to be there. If you have a chronic illness, but you were healthy before jail, better get ready to not get your meds and to get sick. You'll only get your pills if you sue 'em, and you can only sue 'em if you can find one of the free lawyers.
Prison health is public health, and you should care.
If you do care, and you want to know more, try going here, or, to donate books, go here.
People who sue prisons and jails to improve conditions (forget about cable TV, it's just about survival!) are here.
Rant #3 -- call the Corporate Media the COMA:
Ain't much to it, just do it. For the rant, go here.