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  • Hello Douglas. I was wondering if you have ever read the book by Steven Hawkins, it’s called ,A Brief History of Time. Best Wishes Tenzin
    on Dear Reader....9-15-19 by Douglas Blaine Matthews Sept. 24, 2019
  • Hello Doug Another book I would recommend is Carl Jung Red Book. He was a very infamous psychologist, and put great store by dreams. He meticulously wrote out every dream he had each night, as soon as he had woke from them. The mind is an 8ncredible piece of software, ...
    on Can You Remember Your Dreams? by Douglas Blaine Matthews Sept. 25, 2019
  • Blogging or a diary keeping is a strange one. Some days nothing happens, some days the earth shifts. In our minds we can think about five hundred things a day. Stirring your coffee in the morning might elicit a memory, or you might just be feeling happy because you had ...
    on Dear Reader.......9/22/19 by Douglas Blaine Matthews Sept. 30, 2019
  • What good what's evil? A serial killer takes out ten people leaves twenty families and friends to mourn. A man drops a bomb on a town kills two thousand people leaves a million people to mourn lost one's. This is why men go to war an there are few female ...
    on Some Fallacies of Theists: An Attempt to Save Catholics' & Other Believers' Souls by Nathaniel Lindell Oct. 3, 2019
  • You need to read the Greek philosophical work by Plato, it’s called ‘Symposium’. Plato theorised that each of our souls has a twin somewhere in the world, and you rarely encounter it. It’s not about ‘romantic love’, because as we all know the opposite of love isn’t hate, the opposite ...
    on Unspoken Truth Reveal by Anthony P. Heard Jr. Oct. 6, 2019
  • I'd lived my life in blissful ignorance about TMZ until Kanye West ran his ignorant mouth off live at the studio about 'slavery being a choice'. Then I watched a couple of these shows. The way the programme is formatted to give the, let's face facts here, peddlers of gossip ...
    on lyin on liquor by Antoine Murphy Oct. 8, 2019
  • Define ‘peace’. T.
    on Dear Reader.......10/6/19 by Douglas Blaine Matthews Oct. 20, 2019
  • Sunday 10th Nov 12 midday UK time. Gorgeous sunny day, I am writing this from a hospital bed. Got taken in last week Saturday, emergency surgery, won’t bore you with the details. Felt wretched. Family member brought me in a laptop as I don’t have one and saw your letter ...
    on lyin on liquor by Antoine Murphy Nov. 10, 2019
  • Hey Prometheus. Re :Roseanne Barr, well they got her in the end didn’t they? When she very first started out they quickly realised the original show was going to be a huge success so they tried to take creative control away from her and employ a team of writers like ...
    on Some Fallacies of Theists: An Attempt to Save Catholics' & Other Believers' Souls by Nathaniel Lindell Nov. 10, 2019
  • Hey there Anthony. Part One of Two Thursday, 14th November 3pm Very dull and autumnal outside I think as people, more here, in the Western Hemisphere. We got very hooked up on the word ‘love’. In fact there is an industry that makes millions from it, there’s even a special ...
    on The Power Of Reading Between The Lines by Anthony P. Heard Jr. Nov. 14, 2019
  • Part Two of Two My interpretation of love, and gleaned from what I have read through the years, love is a term that has been inextricably linked to romantic endeavour, which obscures its real power. In that it has the power to absolutely heal and restore. And it’s opposite is ...
    on The Power Of Reading Between The Lines by Anthony P. Heard Jr. Nov. 14, 2019
  • Hey Douglas. It’s interesting you would equate the word peace to monthly living expenses, having ‘enough, what you ‘have’ or don’t ‘have. You come into the world with nothing, and when we die who wants to be the richest guy in the graveyard? I expect you mean like peace of ...
    on Dear Reader.......10/6/19 by Douglas Blaine Matthews Nov. 14, 2019
  • Sometimes the most heartfelt and sincere apology is rejected. People, especially people impacted by tragedy or terrible acts of violence negate the very idea of an apology as they either feel that it would erase their family member or friend, or is an anathema to them personally, and perhaps they ...
    on Beauty To The Lost Eye by Anthony P. Heard Jr. Nov. 16, 2019
  • Hello Douglas part one of two Hope this not reaches you in good health. Regarding cooking, I’m not that great but I have a few dishes I am really good at, I make a really good Jamaican jerk chicken stew, which I cook in a Crock Pot. My family loves ...
    on Dear Reader.......9/22/19 by Douglas Blaine Matthews Nov. 29, 2019
  • Part two of two. You are bang on about early rap. I wasn’t much a fan of Tupac, he wasn’t speaking to me, lyrically. Being a white girl and all that. It beggars belief that these artists can be talked into getting into beefs with each other, and then become ...
    on Dear Reader.......9/22/19 by Douglas Blaine Matthews Nov. 29, 2019
  • Hello Nathaniel The thing with ageing is, realistically we’re not supposed to live beyond 38. It is medical science and chemistry that has prolonged our lives into the eighties, (for some). Like a car, into my retirement sixties now, pieces fall off. get blocked, or just fail to start. Now ...
    on Some Fallacies of Theists: An Attempt to Save Catholics' & Other Believers' Souls by Nathaniel Lindell Dec. 13, 2019
  • Hello Antoine. Great that you responded. Yes I am in the U.K., I live 25 miles outside London. Not a great place to live, high crime and we now have gangs, they are known as country lines gangs, kids get caught up in their shenanigans which usually end in death ...
    on lyin on liquor by Antoine Murphy Dec. 14, 2019
  • Hello Christopher. Unfortunately there was a big portion of your letter that was blanked out,a third of the way down on the first letter. probably a copying error, or printing. Anyway. I'm glad you got the Iyanla Vanzant quote. I love that woman and everything she says, I have every ...
    on Dear Outside World by Christopher Trotter Dec. 14, 2019
  • Hello Douglas Hope you are enjoying the Christmas season. As Buddhists we don't celebrate, or I say that but as I have children we do buy them presents and tuff to open on the day because of the friends they have who also get stuff. I cook a Christmas dinner ...
    on Dear Reader.......10/6/19 by Douglas Blaine Matthews Dec. 16, 2019
  • Hello Douglas. I find as I get older I become far more introverted and taciturn I can't talk for talking sake. I recently fell out with an ex friend who drive me absolutely mad with her incessant gossiping and inane chat. Any kind of pause in conversation would induce her ...
    on Dear Reader......(12-8-19) by Douglas Blaine Matthews Dec. 16, 2019
  • Hello Douglas Today is the 28th December, and Christmas is over. Christmas Day was great. My brother bought my dad a giant television 55 inches. It’s like sitting in front of the cinema. We watched Shawshank Redemption, it took some doing as my Dad (86) is addicted to sports and ...
    on Dear Reader.......9/22/19 by Douglas Blaine Matthews Dec. 28, 2019
  • Part 2 of 2 What’s the best dish, food wise, that you can get in prison? What do you get for breakfast? This tablet of yours, can you download music, movies etc on it? I got an iPad mini for Christmas. I think they got it for me because they ...
    on Dear Reader.......9/22/19 by Douglas Blaine Matthews Dec. 28, 2019
  • Mr Linley. Climate has changed. It's a done deal. It's 'did. We've had a soft maybe five Hundred years burning coal ripping up forests and jungle, exploding nuclear devices and managed to royally F up planet Earths thermostat.. That's where we are. In the UK we have orca now visiting ...
    on 62° F fror Christmas Day? by William D. Linley (David) Jan. 7, 2020
  • Hello Antoine. That was a lovely gesture. Glove and love. People respond better to small gestures of thoughtfulness. God is working within you. T
    on god amazing by Antoine Murphy Jan. 7, 2020
  • Hello Antoine. I hope you and those whom you love are safe and happy. First Escape to the a Country, and tv show like it drive me crazy!,, I don’t know a single person who talks like that, or has funds like that. These are 1 percenters.These people with money ...
    on lyin on liquor by Antoine Murphy Jan. 9, 2020
  • Hello Antoine part two. In 1996 in a Scottish town a caretaker of a kindergarten school went mad and shot and killed 17 children. After this happened the government immediately banned hand gun ownership. And restricted shotguns to farmers and clubs with strict licensing rules. If you are found with ...
    on lyin on liquor by Antoine Murphy Jan. 9, 2020
  • Hello Antoine part three Regarding the shoe idea. Don’t need to make lasts, just be aware of the shapes that make up the style of each sneaker. The front part, the part that rises to the tongue where the laces or Velcro pass. The side panels, sometimes they have several ...
    on lyin on liquor by Antoine Murphy Jan. 9, 2020
  • Hello Christopher Hope you are in good form mentally and spiritually. Well Christmas came and went and now it’s 2020 a new decade! You did well being in solitary that length of time and re re-emerging into the world unscathed, but I doubt I would have been the same. If ...
    on Dear Outside World by Christopher Trotter Jan. 17, 2020
  • Hello Douglas Just to confirm your post regarding treatment has been published on the blog. I’ve sent you some snail mail which hopefully you’ll receive before reading this. I hope prison staff see fit to treat you with dignity so that they can retain theirs. I’m sure the row is ...
    on Dear Reader......(12-8-19) by Douglas Blaine Matthews Jan. 17, 2020
  • Hello Antoine. Phones eh! People are never off them. Always have one in hand walking down the street, permanently connected, might as well have them grafted onto their bones! Glad you got to speak to your loved ones. Sorry there is a phone etiquette in place in the prisons, but ...
    on 2day by Antoine Murphy Jan. 23, 2020
  • Hello Douglas I cheated, I googled it. Here’s my riddle, it is known as the riddle of the Sphinx, it is two thousand years old and was engraved on the artefact in Egypt. What has four legs in the morning, Two legs in the afternoon, And three legs in the ...
    on Riddle by Douglas Blaine Matthews Jan. 29, 2020
  • Hello Douglas. I think I posted it early January. Not sure. I’m going to attempt the JPay thing, my kid will have to set it up because I don’t know much about the internet. You definately shoulda received my snail mail before the blog post, as the blog post seems ...
    on Dear Reader......(12-8-19) by Douglas Blaine Matthews Feb. 8, 2020
  • Hello Antoine One of the benefits, health wise of your ‘gated community’, in fact many areas where people are confined is, after a while your body builds up extra immunity. Because bacteria can travel, mainly through hands and when we touch the lining of our noses or other orifices. After ...
    on Comment response by Antoine Murphy Feb. 9, 2020
  • Part one Hello Antoine. Hope you and those who you love are well. We are good here. My husband has gone to Kashmir for a month to visit his family. So it’s pretty quiet. When he visits his family he fills up suitcases full of clothes shoes, toiletries and stuff, ...
    on Comment response by Antoine Murphy Feb. 12, 2020
  • Part two Hello Antoine The person who cuts in line. That does my head right in! I remember as a child watching one of my aunts get into a fist fight in a butchers shop because someone stepped in front of her. It is not worth messing up your record ...
    on Comment response by Antoine Murphy Feb. 12, 2020
  • Part Three Hello Antoine I am going to tell you something that will blow your mind regarding my Bible buying day. So I went to a charity book shop and found a stack of bibles. There was a huge one, size of the phone book, massive.and I was looking through ...
    on Comment response by Antoine Murphy Feb. 12, 2020
  • Antoine Can you post up your full doc number and the address of your facility. I’ve tried looking on internet but can’t locate you? Are you in Wisconsin somewhere? Thanks T
    on Comment response by Antoine Murphy Feb. 14, 2020
  • Hello Gary. That is a pretty fantastic piece of work. You are a lyrical poet, In case you didn’t know it! I tried and failed! All the best T
    on The Message by Gary Field Feb. 22, 2020
  • Hello Antoine. Straight back at you, and those you love.. T
    on Words of Love by Antoine Murphy Feb. 27, 2020
  • Hello Douglas It was returned to me yesterday 3rd March. It said wrong number? I’m posting it agiain today. What a palaver? T
    on Dear Reader......(12-8-19) by Douglas Blaine Matthews March 5, 2020
  • Hello Douglas The JPay is a no go. I can’t get past the address filling in part as it won’t accept U.K. addresses and I don’t have a zip code I have a postcode and it won’t recognise it???? My dads friend who is an I.T expert says that the ...
    on Dear Reader......(12-8-19) by Douglas Blaine Matthews March 13, 2020
  • Hello Antoine. Another brilliant post. manifesto noun [ C ] US /ˌmæn·əˈfes·toʊ/ plural manifestos or manifestoes a written statement of the beliefs or aims esp. of a political party (Definition of manifesto from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press) MANIFESTO MAN I conFESS TO All the best ...
    on Proverbial Determination, Chapters 2 to 14 by Antoine Murphy March 22, 2020
  • Hello Douglas. Remember a pig usually ends up as a pork roast, bacon or sausages. Is thirty minutes a few times a day worth it? Oh wow, I’m conflicted now! I watched the awful footage posted animal rights people about chickens for the meat industry. A domestic farm living chicken ...
    on Time by Douglas Blaine Matthews March 23, 2020
  • Hello Christopher. The Chinese wet market in Wuhan is probably where this virus mutated when it got released from the Wuhan chemical weapons centre nearby.I believe it is an engineering piece of work, not probably Illintentioned but a degree of malevolence. Yes there is a chemical plant in Wuhan one, ...
    on Coronavirus by Christopher Trotter March 23, 2020
  • Hello Antoine Hope you and your are good and free from this modern day pestilence Coronavirus or whatever they call it.So we are in lockdown. Police make me furious. Police cars running the streets, picking up people in groups sending people home. Before this virus the police were nowhere to ...
    on Comment response by Antoine Murphy March 28, 2020
  • Hello Christopher Hope you are fit and well and corona free.Its a solid spring day today. I should get the mower and and attack the garden but I have zero energy. The lockdown is a terrible thing. Supermarkets limit shopping, people are panic buying. Stuff is rationed, for some reason ...
    on Dear Outside World by Christopher Trotter March 28, 2020
  • Hello Christopher I signed up with connect network, but it is not working at the moment. Can’t get past the first section of it. Sometimes that happens with UK internet and connections to American sites. I will continue trying. Jpay works okay from here though. I’ve sent you snail mail ...
    on Coronavirus by Christopher Trotter April 20, 2020
  • Hello Day two of trying to log into this connect network. Downloaded a VPN to bypass it, but it’s still not letting me log in? Anyone reading this, can you give me some information how to get onto this site from the UK? How annoying! Mails on its way to ...
    on Coronavirus by Christopher Trotter April 20, 2020
  • Hey Antoine. When a baby grows inside it’s mother it becomes bigger and bigger, stronger and stronger. His body changes and evolves. Each week in the womb a new connection is made, fingers grow, organs developing. This happens for 40 weeks, (like when Jesus spent 40 days and nights in ...
    on Just Saying by Antoine Murphy April 27, 2020
  • Mr Mahaffey. My suggestions. The first book is a must read. Every human being should read this book. The Hero With a thousand Faces. By Joseph Campbell Symposium. Plato Rumi, the poet, anything by him. The Tibetan book of living and dying. Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance. Robert ...
    on What's your favorite book? by Johnny E. Mahaffey May 1, 2020
  • Hello Mr Mahaffey. I think the cover works effectively. You get the feeling of the jail bars and the implied oppression. Orange, white and black are great colours to use, obviously because of the public’s awareness of them being representative of clothing worn by inmates, All around nice one, make ...
    on A Final Draft For This Is Prison by Johnny E. Mahaffey May 13, 2020
  • 600 years in prison for molester SAN DIEGO COURTS — An ex-convict found guilty of molesting four boys in separate incidents, including a 12-year-old at San Onofre State Beach, was sentenced yesterday to more than 600 years to life in prison. Hubert Dymitr Haraszewski, 34, from Palmdale, was convicted last ...
    on After All These Years, I Finally Had To Say Something About This One by Dymitri Haraszewski June 5, 2020
  • The poster is a paedophile. He was given 600 years. Now he posts objecting to sentences for his fellow inmates. Re read some of his past posts, he is clearly fishing for kids. I refer you to his his lists of things he likes things he doesn’t like. I’m a ...
    on After All These Years, I Finally Had To Say Something About This One by Dymitri Haraszewski June 5, 2020
  • Someone even had the audacity to transcribe this filth. Between the bars openly supports,child predators and so does it’s staff. Please flag this post with me They are ingnoring my texts, I’m in contact with Mule Creek Prison where this paedophile currently resides, Please take this post down, and the ...
    on After All These Years, I Finally Had To Say Something About This One by Dymitri Haraszewski June 6, 2020
  • Update. I received an email from Charlie DeTar who runs this site. He points out he won’t be taking the offending post down, the post that breaks community guidelines, because he says that Harszeuski has freedom of speech. Protecting a serial child predators post which targets children, read it, he ...
    on After All These Years, I Finally Had To Say Something About This One by Dymitri Haraszewski June 9, 2020
  • Charlie DeTar A 14 child in my country and in yours CANNOT GIVE CONSENT Here’s the part of the blog you need to re read, because you don’t get it, “Later on I learn about the early 2000's travesty/ tragedy of Justin Berry, the kid who was raking in thousands ...
    on After All These Years, I Finally Had To Say Something About This One by Dymitri Haraszewski June 11, 2020
  • Harszeuski Your letter is a half arsed attempt at ‘politicising’ your indignation that you, one, were caught, and two, want your affiliates out here in the free world to have a better chance of viewing some new photos. You thought you were the smartest person in the room. You never ...
    on After All These Years, I Finally Had To Say Something About This One by Dymitri Haraszewski July 5, 2020
  • Hello Z. I have seen this momentum before, during what was known as the Arab Spring, as an attempt to throw out repressive regimes. Only more death and chaos followed it. I’m not optimistic about this momentum in the USA. And I call it USA, not America, because America is ...
    on Change the World! by Michael Lloyd Young July 5, 2020
  • Hello GN22 and Antoine> I am mortified! I was confused reading your post regarding the photo. Then when I looked on my carrier bag where the photocopy of the letter I previously sent you was, there was the print out of the photo! Also one of my house, for some ...
    on 2: Mrs Tenzintenzin by Antoine Murphy July 13, 2020
  • Hello Tony. Why would a Native American celebrate Independence Day? Am I missing something here? I’m not a yank myself, so I’m not up to speed on your customs. But I would have thought that Native Americans would have dismissed. The forth of July, on the grounds you were invaded ...
    on Bozhoo! [Hello in Ojibwe] by Tony Justich July 13, 2020
  • Hello Maurice. I saw the film Just Mercy just before the lockdown happened. It beggars belief, the scene where they are all sitting around the table with the lawyer and he asks them who saw the defendant at the barbecue, and about twenty people raised their hands. Also the testimony ...
    on My Winter Vacation Promoting the Movie Just Mercy by Maurice L. Harris July 14, 2020
  • Hello Charles I had the unpleasant experience of having a rat run across my arm as I lay in bed watching tv. It actually scratched my arm as it sped across the bed. I was six months pregnant at the time. I ran to the bathroom and doused the scratch ...
    on Polunsky Continues To Digress by Chuck Thompson July 26, 2020
  • Hello Kelly So what if you’ve gained 15-20 pounds. That just means there’s a bit more of you to love!!!! Glad to read you are behaving yourself, and playing nicely with others. I’m a Brit and I sort of hate ABBA, I was young enough to remember how they were ...
    on Rhapsody by Kelly Jones Sept. 6, 2020
  • Hello Gary Just saw this. Don’t want to boast but got you beat! My Auntie Sally had 21 children, three sets of twins. Had her last baby when she was 51. She’s 85 now, and looks forty. Fertility eh! T
    on Untitled by Gary Field Sept. 28, 2020
  • Hello Kelly. Been reading your posts for a long time. There are many inmate blogs on the internet, some more popular than others. Between the Bars strikes a good balance between them. The state of America’s prison system and the captives that fall foul of the law system are laid ...
    on Rhapsody by Kelly Jones Oct. 12, 2020
  • Hello Johnny. Fellow Libran! It was my birthday on the 1st. I’m too old to even allow my fingers to type out my age here! Hope you had a great day, and that the year ahead will put you one foot ahead in being released. T
    on 42 by Johnny E. Mahaffey Oct. 14, 2020
  • Hello Tony. Thing is it’s regular flu season now. The death toll from regular flu is approximately 200,000 Americans a year. And this is regular flu, not coronavirus. Do you get flu shots in prisons. In the U.K. most people have it. Flu can really mess with you. I know ...
    on Not feeling well by Tony Justich Oct. 17, 2020
  • This man keeps me sane. T
    on A Meditation by Antoine Murphy Oct. 22, 2020

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