Monthly Archives: July 2011

Objects to Possess

In school, children learn the difference between a noun and a verb. Most of us will easily recall the grade school mantra of a noun as a ‘person, place or thing.’ For the criminal thinker the definition attributed to the … Continue reading

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The Solitary Confinement of Responsibility

Responsible living to the criminal thinker is akin to solitary confinement. The perceived boredom and lack of excitement in a responsible life is worse than the possibility of jail or prison. The Bureau of Justice Statistics shows that most criminals … Continue reading

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