Drawing a Wider Circle

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  • Thank you. I enjoyed the ones about the Christmas trees and the asteroid.
    on Untitled by Kyle De Wolf March 17, 2016
  • What's a real Christian, I wonder? They're are either all real, or all fake, if you ask me. Btw. enjoyed reading this piece.
    on The Prison Flu Epidemic: Stupid is as Stupid Does by Johnny E. Mahaffey March 20, 2016
  • Well, this reader gets it. And it's not in your favor. The way you handle fact based criticism says it all.
    on D.O.C. Inspired by Adolph Hitler by Timothy J. Muise Sept. 10, 2016
  • I see. You don't handle criticism that way when it is favorable or goes along with your extended accusatory twists. Your posts are long, seemingly full of documentary evidence, but the reasoning is manipulative and leaves out much. It's impossible for me to get a good picture on the basis ...
    on D.O.C. Inspired by Adolph Hitler by Timothy J. Muise Oct. 8, 2016
  • Dear Mr. Wilkes, being from Europe and with limited knowledge of US prisons through some pen pals, this piece was very informative for me. I wondered before about several things you touched on in your post, so I thank you for writing it. Best wishes, Johan
    on Closed Custody vs Open-Bay by Eric Wilkes Sept. 19, 2017
  • I've seen a big seizure once. Eventhough I was prepared for one through regular first aid training it was quite something to witness it in real life. A young bloke (around 20) was waiting for a traffic light on his bike. It was a big, busy and complicated junction. Suddenly ...
    on Wat It's Like to Lose Your Mind In Prison. (Literally) by Eric Wilkes Dec. 22, 2018
  • Hello Eric, I'm from The Netherlands, and surprised by an American interested in Brexit. Not many people here care that much, other than some vague worry what it will bring. I personally am conflicted. The British always were trouble makers inside the EU, but if democracy means anything they have ...
    on Comment response by Eric Wilkes Jan. 28, 2019


  • I've worked with hundreds of inmates over the years, women and men - and none of them want to die ...
    3 years, 2 months ago
    By JT on Rare Meeting With...
  • I was simply pointing out that neither yourself nor Mr Fisher are serving time because you were rounded up as ...
    3 years, 3 months ago
    By Paul on D.O.C. Inspired by Adolph Hitler
  • Multiple reasons. For one, I attended this monsters trial. I watched him sit at the defendant table, shackled because he ...
    3 years, 3 months ago
    By Maggie on Love, Hate, Violence, Murder. When Is Enough Enough?
  • Feb. 12, 2016
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  • March 15, 2016


    Just about every day, I meet veterans who lie and exaggerate their accomplishments. They walk around with a huge sense of entitlement, like society owes them a blank check for killing people in illegal, unjust, and unconstitutional wars of aggression which put the country in greater danger. Nobody wants to take responsibility; even when you rub people's noses in the facts, they cry, "Oh, but it's the politician's fault, not the soldier's fault," as if the soldier had no agency and no personal responsibility for his actions. You don't have to enlist. You don't have to go to war. ...

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    | From The Uncommon Criminal by Kyle De Wolf