|Oscar Wildcat - 2015-12-19 |
Well I can tell you what the last code means. RTS - Return To Sender.
|Hooker - 2015-12-19 |
He's gotta be getting out soon, right?
Jesus! So long!
I had to check the old forum, but yes, Scrotes is correct: July 2016. If you're ever curious about Nick (whihc doesn;t happen often these days), his current fansite is here:
For obvious reasons it's pretty dead, but the hardCork fans are still active there. One thing to note is that it seems to have turned into a Nick-and-Tom-Davis forum, so if you wanna know anything about Tom Davis, that's the place to go.
His life was awful before prison, I assume it can only be worse when he gets out. I wonder if he'll just return to prison soon after his release, like Lapis Lazuli. Speaking of which, now that the latest season of MLP is over, you should start watching Steven Universe. New episodes start next month.
OK, OK, fine. I'll give it a shot, but I must warn you I won't cut the show any slack!
I'm sort of hoping Nick's life might improve after prison, if for no other reason than the fact that there'll be people and agencies willing to help him. Granted, a felony charge is a MAJOR impediment to living a decent life, but then again, this is Nick we're talking about: he already had a quality-of-life well below that of your average felon. He isn't a sex offender, and he's probably made new friends, so... maybe?
Of course, the odds of him going back to prison are pretty high. They're already pretty high just based on raw statistics, but Nick's no good at finding or keeping employment (which will be mandatory, assuming they let him out on parole), and I can't imagine he'll tolerate the state taking away his shotguns for very long. Nick tends to be very arrogant and self-destructive, so unless they've got him on some serious meds, he'll hit a manic phase and do something really, really stupid - exactly the sort of thing America's revolving-door prison industry loves to capitalize on.
I wish him the best and I hope he stays free. He's lived a very interesting life, and his talents are wasted behind bars.
You're going g to become 20% cooler.
"I wish him the best and I hope he stays free. He's lived a very interesting life, and his talents are wasted behind bars."
What talents are you referring to?
(Note: I'm not being snarky. I'm honestly curious what talents you think he has demonstrated.)
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