Monday, November 06, 2006

When I write my biography...


Prison guard's house
Originally uploaded by Riude.
... this is how I'd want it to start:
Ronald Branson joined the U.S. Military in 1963. He had a very strict and straight-laced view of "just doing his job." Part of his military time was spent as a Prison Chaser over prisoners at Fort Belvoir. VA. He presided over work details and regularly strip-searched the prisoners. He quickly gained the respect of his superiors, and took on the reputation as the strictest Prison Chaser within the prison compound, having disciplined more prisoners than all other Prison Chasers collectively.
He's proud of the fact that he "disciplined more prisoners than all other Prison Chasers collectively"? He was into strip searches? Is Mr. Branson a precursor to Abu Ghraib?

Well, it's no wonder he wants to jail the judges...

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