|urbanelf - 2015-08-19 |
I'm trying to imagine what he has done with himself during his time in the clink.
got covered with tattoos, drank a buttload of toilet wine, cried
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2015-08-19 |
Psssh only a year. I can imagine the first couple of weeks at the twin towers correctional facility being the most frightening thing he's ever had to endure but like all new experiences you adapt to your surroundings fall into a new daily routine that doesn't change much behind bars. Coming out of prison will probably be the second scariest thing for Nick as he has absolutely nobody to turn to for support and his RV has likely been auctioned off. The guy will have literally nothing to his name upon release other than the clothes on his back. Will any of you take him in? Evil Homer?
I live on the other side of the country and have seen what Nick does to his roommates. Besides, I don't know Nick very well; I have only communicated with him a handful of times, and he didn't seem to like me for some reason. It's possible that someone will take him in - he had a small network of Google Hangout friends - but his tightest support group, Tim and G4T, will obviously not be there for him.
I think the biggest problem for Nick will be not violating parole. He loves threatening people and waving guns around, so that will be a major hurdle for him; also, he will probably be required to both abstain from drinking and find a full-time job, neither of which are likely to happen.
|Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2015-08-19 |
Six months ain't no sentence, a year ain't no great long time. Why my dear ol' daddy died doin' one to ninety-nine!
|BiggerJ - 2015-08-19 |
I have a theory that at least one of the people who claimed that Nick's sentence was six years PLUS five probation instead of six years OF WHICH five are probation was deliberately taking advantage of Cunningham's Law: the best way to get a correct answer on the internet isn't to ask a question, it's to post the wrong answer.
|Maru - 2015-08-19 |
what's your steam name
|StanleyPain - 2015-08-20 |
So, I'm gonna guess when he gets out he will be back on YouTube shortly thereafter somehow and we'll all get some delicious videos about how him going to jail was not a failure but rather the thing that had to happen to unleash his true ubermensch potential or some shit and we are all petty small people compared to him because he survived the flame and fire of a one-year jail term and now he is a confirmed Randian superman, etc. etc.
He will not accept responsibility for his crimes, just some hand-waving bullshit about doing what he had to so he could survive.
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