Wednesday, July 13, 2011


If "they" do something and I react to it, I'm told to be responsible for my reaction.

If I do something and they react to it, I'm held responsible for their reactions.

Get out of that one!


  1. Hmmm indeed Ben, sounds like you have to be rather like Houdini to get out of those knots they are trying to tie you up in.

    It is very similar for those under psychiatric supervision, not as harsh a regime as prison, but mind f*ckery nonetheless.

    Stupid and callous is the way I would describe 'them'. It can be out of their own fear that some attempt to elevate themselves above the people in their care as some sort of warped justification for their existence in the jobs they do.

    There are also some awful crooked directives coming from management and the government about how we should be treated.

    Sometimes you feel like giving up, but then there are also the times that you are able to point out such stupidity and it can leave them dumbfounded, and therefore with some possibility of coming round.

    And so it goes on ...

  2. Glad to see you have dropped the issue of being released, we know deep down you like it in prison, its the best place for you.

  3. Anonymous at 10.16 - please get lost!


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