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  • 政府名稱: 馬克·迪克森
  • 註冊號碼: ŗ-01558
  • 年齡:32
  • 服務時間:14 歲月
  • 家鄉:芝加哥, 伊利諾伊州
  • 句子:35 歲月
  • 電流充電:1ST謀殺罪, 2 企圖謀殺罪名
  • 別號:然後博
  • 發布日期:2034
  • 監獄所屬:大佬弟子
  • 影響圈:LaBron Neal Bey, 倒退
  • 機構:Pickneyville懲教中心
  • 隨著每一個孩子殺害在街頭, the bullseye on your head grows bigger.
  • Black History Matters

    Great men and women have come from Africa and have exhibited the dignity and intelligence of their ancestors. The story of the so-called black man and woman cannot be told in a few bits about slavery. For there would remain too much untold. If we want to talk about the history of the black man we have to start with Eve, the mother of all civilization Her dark bronze skin and clever mind drew the pattern for our survival tens of thousands of years ago. Her imprint guides us to Egypt. There... 閱讀更多

  • Trumped Out

    Right about now the entire world is focused on Donald Trump taking office. Everyone is concerned with Trump’s political leanings. By all means, we should have a space in our lives for politics. 然而, the state of real policy and law-making exists on such a level that the masses have very little actual insight into what’s happening. We need to focus on changing our world and make the real changes happen ourselves. Politicians will never fix the income gap between the rich and the... 閱讀更多

  • 就是現在

    當那一刻你通過通過你會感到驚訝. 已經允許自己這麼多其他分心你真的沒有時間吧. 也許以後的愛情. 今天對我不好. 哎, 你現在看到的我的權利? 你說工作和Snapchat利益之間尋找它. “媽媽, 你能幫助我這個?” 問熱切的前青少年乞求關注. “去發揮嬰兒. 以後我會幫你的。” 你說上觀看您喜愛的節目Netflix的意圖. Years... 閱讀更多

  • 4 按鍵豐富你的生活

    來自伊利諾伊州監獄, 馬克·狄克遜提出四個按鍵來豐富你的生活. 1- 問問自己經常: 如何是我與神的關係? 它激勵我以有用的方式? 難道是我的領導在與真正的精神的教學對齊路徑? 2- 問問自己經常: Does my presence in life serve a purpose for anyone other than me? 3- 問問自己經常: 在我的生命健康的關係? 在我的圈子裡的人真的適合我? 4- 問老老實實: Do I have a healthy relationship with... 閱讀更多

  • Overcoming Emotions for Successful Reentry

    For many prisoners the thought of reentry will spark a mix of emotions. Joy, excitement, anticipation will surely be among them. Tagging along in the back of your mind will undoubtedly be little brother fear. Fear of not having a stable place, or any place, to go. Fear of not being able to get a job. Fear of not being able to get by on minimum wage. Fear of old enemies looking for revenge. These concerns, and possibly more, are at the root of why many prisoners get out of prison only to come... 閱讀更多

  • Kill the Rhetoric: End Police Brutality

    Recent shots fired have entered the bodies of unarmed citizens and come out the other side only to kill policemen. All across America the anger, the fear, built up between police officers and poor minority communities is becoming weaponized. Those of us on the sidelines can’t help but wonder, where is this going? If America is to ever truly become the land of the free and a land of equality, that must start with all citizens enjoying the right to live. No sane mind would suggest that the... 閱讀更多

  • Intoxication Rape

    The Stanford rape case compelled me to write this post. Imagine you’re out with a buddy. The two of you decide to hit a bar. As the night goes on, he mentions that he had a rough week and needs to unwind. “I got you,” you say as you try to get the bartender’s attention. “Two beers, two shots of tequila and keep ’em coming!” You and your friend sit at the bar laughing, drinking and making a game of trying to figure who will give in to the shots of... 閱讀更多

  • Everyday Magic

    Within every thought, word and deed lies power. Power that often goes unacknowledged. Our thoughts are seeds that go bloom in the form of magnificent buildings, life-changing inventions, inspiring poems, and enlightening books. Words emerge from the comfort of our lips aiming for the cushion of the ear. From there they spark the mind into action like a car’s engine. Our deeds are the most obvious semblance of power. One act sparks a revolution that changes the world. 也, one act can... 閱讀更多

  • 眼鏡我們穿

    Getty Images Have you ever heard someone say that another person was looking at the world through rose-colored glasses? 也許不會. 也許你聽說過有人著眼於通過Google的啤酒異性. 每當我聽到這些話我理解他們意味著思維的人的方式塑造了他們的看法,以及他們如何看待世界. 在別人誰通過玫瑰色眼鏡看世界的情況下, their idealistic view of things blinds them to the negative... 閱讀更多

  • 監獄教育: 在成為一個男人

    在最近的監獄教育類, 本以為有人提出,有些人可能不承認自己是男性,直到別人, 他們所尊敬, 承認它們為男性. 立即, 我開始飄回了更古老的時候,不同的文化儀式用於發展自己的男人從男孩到成年. 非洲文化認為有必要為男性面對動物, 甚至是致命的掠食者, 征服他們的恐懼. Asian tradition used body tattooing as a means for males to learn to deal... 閱讀更多

  • Black History Matters

    Great men and women have come from Africa and have exhibited the dignity and intelligence of their ancestors. The story of the so-called black man and woman cannot be told in a few bits about slavery. For there would remain too much untold. If we want to talk about the history of the black man we have to start with Eve, the mother of all civilization Her dark bronze skin and clever mind drew the pattern for our survival tens of thousands of years ago. Her imprint guides us to Egypt. There... 閱讀更多

  • Trumped Out

    Right about now the entire world is focused on Donald Trump taking office. Everyone is concerned with Trump’s political leanings. By all means, we should have a space in our lives for politics. 然而, the state of real policy and law-making exists on such a level that the masses have very little actual insight into what’s happening. We need to focus on changing our world and make the real changes happen ourselves. Politicians will never fix the income gap between the rich and the... 閱讀更多

  • 就是現在

    當那一刻你通過通過你會感到驚訝. 已經允許自己這麼多其他分心你真的沒有時間吧. 也許以後的愛情. 今天對我不好. 哎, 你現在看到的我的權利? 你說工作和Snapchat利益之間尋找它. “媽媽, 你能幫助我這個?” 問熱切的前青少年乞求關注. “去發揮嬰兒. 以後我會幫你的。” 你說上觀看您喜愛的節目Netflix的意圖. Years... 閱讀更多

  • 4 按鍵豐富你的生活

    來自伊利諾伊州監獄, 馬克·狄克遜提出四個按鍵來豐富你的生活. 1- 問問自己經常: 如何是我與神的關係? 它激勵我以有用的方式? 難道是我的領導在與真正的精神的教學對齊路徑? 2- 問問自己經常: Does my presence in life serve a purpose for anyone other than me? 3- 問問自己經常: 在我的生命健康的關係? 在我的圈子裡的人真的適合我? 4- 問老老實實: Do I have a healthy relationship with... 閱讀更多

  • Overcoming Emotions for Successful Reentry

    For many prisoners the thought of reentry will spark a mix of emotions. Joy, excitement, anticipation will surely be among them. Tagging along in the back of your mind will undoubtedly be little brother fear. Fear of not having a stable place, or any place, to go. Fear of not being able to get a job. Fear of not being able to get by on minimum wage. Fear of old enemies looking for revenge. These concerns, and possibly more, are at the root of why many prisoners get out of prison only to come... 閱讀更多

  • Kill the Rhetoric: End Police Brutality

    Recent shots fired have entered the bodies of unarmed citizens and come out the other side only to kill policemen. All across America the anger, the fear, built up between police officers and poor minority communities is becoming weaponized. Those of us on the sidelines can’t help but wonder, where is this going? If America is to ever truly become the land of the free and a land of equality, that must start with all citizens enjoying the right to live. No sane mind would suggest that the... 閱讀更多

  • Intoxication Rape

    The Stanford rape case compelled me to write this post. Imagine you’re out with a buddy. The two of you decide to hit a bar. As the night goes on, he mentions that he had a rough week and needs to unwind. “I got you,” you say as you try to get the bartender’s attention. “Two beers, two shots of tequila and keep ’em coming!” You and your friend sit at the bar laughing, drinking and making a game of trying to figure who will give in to the shots of... 閱讀更多

  • Everyday Magic

    Within every thought, word and deed lies power. Power that often goes unacknowledged. Our thoughts are seeds that go bloom in the form of magnificent buildings, life-changing inventions, inspiring poems, and enlightening books. Words emerge from the comfort of our lips aiming for the cushion of the ear. From there they spark the mind into action like a car’s engine. Our deeds are the most obvious semblance of power. One act sparks a revolution that changes the world. 也, one act can... 閱讀更多

  • 眼鏡我們穿

    Getty Images Have you ever heard someone say that another person was looking at the world through rose-colored glasses? 也許不會. 也許你聽說過有人著眼於通過Google的啤酒異性. 每當我聽到這些話我理解他們意味著思維的人的方式塑造了他們的看法,以及他們如何看待世界. 在別人誰通過玫瑰色眼鏡看世界的情況下, their idealistic view of things blinds them to the negative... 閱讀更多

  • 監獄教育: 在成為一個男人

    在最近的監獄教育類, 本以為有人提出,有些人可能不承認自己是男性,直到別人, 他們所尊敬, 承認它們為男性. 立即, 我開始飄回了更古老的時候,不同的文化儀式用於發展自己的男人從男孩到成年. 非洲文化認為有必要為男性面對動物, 甚至是致命的掠食者, 征服他們的恐懼. Asian tradition used body tattooing as a means for males to learn to deal... 閱讀更多

  • Black History Matters

    Great men and women have come from Africa and have exhibited the dignity and intelligence of their ancestors. The story of the so-called black man and woman cannot be told in a few bits about slavery. For there would remain too much untold. If we want to talk about the history of the black man we have to start with Eve, the mother of all civilization Her dark bronze skin and clever mind drew the pattern for our survival tens of thousands of years ago. Her imprint guides us to Egypt. There... 閱讀更多

  • Trumped Out

    Right about now the entire world is focused on Donald Trump taking office. Everyone is concerned with Trump’s political leanings. By all means, we should have a space in our lives for politics. 然而, the state of real policy and law-making exists on such a level that the masses have very little actual insight into what’s happening. We need to focus on changing our world and make the real changes happen ourselves. Politicians will never fix the income gap between the rich and the... 閱讀更多

  • 就是現在

    當那一刻你通過通過你會感到驚訝. 已經允許自己這麼多其他分心你真的沒有時間吧. 也許以後的愛情. 今天對我不好. 哎, 你現在看到的我的權利? 你說工作和Snapchat利益之間尋找它. “媽媽, 你能幫助我這個?” 問熱切的前青少年乞求關注. “去發揮嬰兒. 以後我會幫你的。” 你說上觀看您喜愛的節目Netflix的意圖. Years... 閱讀更多

  • 4 按鍵豐富你的生活

    來自伊利諾伊州監獄, 馬克·狄克遜提出四個按鍵來豐富你的生活. 1- 問問自己經常: 如何是我與神的關係? 它激勵我以有用的方式? 難道是我的領導在與真正的精神的教學對齊路徑? 2- 問問自己經常: Does my presence in life serve a purpose for anyone other than me? 3- 問問自己經常: 在我的生命健康的關係? 在我的圈子裡的人真的適合我? 4- 問老老實實: Do I have a healthy relationship with... 閱讀更多

  • Overcoming Emotions for Successful Reentry

    For many prisoners the thought of reentry will spark a mix of emotions. Joy, excitement, anticipation will surely be among them. Tagging along in the back of your mind will undoubtedly be little brother fear. Fear of not having a stable place, or any place, to go. Fear of not being able to get a job. Fear of not being able to get by on minimum wage. Fear of old enemies looking for revenge. These concerns, and possibly more, are at the root of why many prisoners get out of prison only to come... 閱讀更多

  • Kill the Rhetoric: End Police Brutality

    Recent shots fired have entered the bodies of unarmed citizens and come out the other side only to kill policemen. All across America the anger, the fear, built up between police officers and poor minority communities is becoming weaponized. Those of us on the sidelines can’t help but wonder, where is this going? If America is to ever truly become the land of the free and a land of equality, that must start with all citizens enjoying the right to live. No sane mind would suggest that the... 閱讀更多

  • Intoxication Rape

    The Stanford rape case compelled me to write this post. Imagine you’re out with a buddy. The two of you decide to hit a bar. As the night goes on, he mentions that he had a rough week and needs to unwind. “I got you,” you say as you try to get the bartender’s attention. “Two beers, two shots of tequila and keep ’em coming!” You and your friend sit at the bar laughing, drinking and making a game of trying to figure who will give in to the shots of... 閱讀更多

  • Everyday Magic

    Within every thought, word and deed lies power. Power that often goes unacknowledged. Our thoughts are seeds that go bloom in the form of magnificent buildings, life-changing inventions, inspiring poems, and enlightening books. Words emerge from the comfort of our lips aiming for the cushion of the ear. From there they spark the mind into action like a car’s engine. Our deeds are the most obvious semblance of power. One act sparks a revolution that changes the world. 也, one act can... 閱讀更多

  • 眼鏡我們穿

    Getty Images Have you ever heard someone say that another person was looking at the world through rose-colored glasses? 也許不會. 也許你聽說過有人著眼於通過Google的啤酒異性. 每當我聽到這些話我理解他們意味著思維的人的方式塑造了他們的看法,以及他們如何看待世界. 在別人誰通過玫瑰色眼鏡看世界的情況下, their idealistic view of things blinds them to the negative... 閱讀更多

  • 監獄教育: 在成為一個男人

    在最近的監獄教育類, 本以為有人提出,有些人可能不承認自己是男性,直到別人, 他們所尊敬, 承認它們為男性. 立即, 我開始飄回了更古老的時候,不同的文化儀式用於發展自己的男人從男孩到成年. 非洲文化認為有必要為男性面對動物, 甚至是致命的掠食者, 征服他們的恐懼. Asian tradition used body tattooing as a means for males to learn to deal... 閱讀更多

  • Black History Matters

    Great men and women have come from Africa and have exhibited the dignity and intelligence of their ancestors. The story of the so-called black man and woman cannot be told in a few bits about slavery. For there would remain too much untold. If we want to talk about the history of the black man we have to start with Eve, the mother of all civilization Her dark bronze skin and clever mind drew the pattern for our survival tens of thousands of years ago. Her imprint guides us to Egypt. There... 閱讀更多

  • Trumped Out

    Right about now the entire world is focused on Donald Trump taking office. Everyone is concerned with Trump’s political leanings. By all means, we should have a space in our lives for politics. 然而, the state of real policy and law-making exists on such a level that the masses have very little actual insight into what’s happening. We need to focus on changing our world and make the real changes happen ourselves. Politicians will never fix the income gap between the rich and the... 閱讀更多

  • 就是現在

    當那一刻你通過通過你會感到驚訝. 已經允許自己這麼多其他分心你真的沒有時間吧. 也許以後的愛情. 今天對我不好. 哎, 你現在看到的我的權利? 你說工作和Snapchat利益之間尋找它. “媽媽, 你能幫助我這個?” 問熱切的前青少年乞求關注. “去發揮嬰兒. 以後我會幫你的。” 你說上觀看您喜愛的節目Netflix的意圖. Years... 閱讀更多

  • 4 按鍵豐富你的生活

    來自伊利諾伊州監獄, 馬克·狄克遜提出四個按鍵來豐富你的生活. 1- 問問自己經常: 如何是我與神的關係? 它激勵我以有用的方式? 難道是我的領導在與真正的精神的教學對齊路徑? 2- 問問自己經常: Does my presence in life serve a purpose for anyone other than me? 3- 問問自己經常: 在我的生命健康的關係? 在我的圈子裡的人真的適合我? 4- 問老老實實: Do I have a healthy relationship with... 閱讀更多

  • Overcoming Emotions for Successful Reentry

    For many prisoners the thought of reentry will spark a mix of emotions. Joy, excitement, anticipation will surely be among them. Tagging along in the back of your mind will undoubtedly be little brother fear. Fear of not having a stable place, or any place, to go. Fear of not being able to get a job. Fear of not being able to get by on minimum wage. Fear of old enemies looking for revenge. These concerns, and possibly more, are at the root of why many prisoners get out of prison only to come... 閱讀更多

  • Kill the Rhetoric: End Police Brutality

    Recent shots fired have entered the bodies of unarmed citizens and come out the other side only to kill policemen. All across America the anger, the fear, built up between police officers and poor minority communities is becoming weaponized. Those of us on the sidelines can’t help but wonder, where is this going? If America is to ever truly become the land of the free and a land of equality, that must start with all citizens enjoying the right to live. No sane mind would suggest that the... 閱讀更多

  • Intoxication Rape

    The Stanford rape case compelled me to write this post. Imagine you’re out with a buddy. The two of you decide to hit a bar. As the night goes on, he mentions that he had a rough week and needs to unwind. “I got you,” you say as you try to get the bartender’s attention. “Two beers, two shots of tequila and keep ’em coming!” You and your friend sit at the bar laughing, drinking and making a game of trying to figure who will give in to the shots of... 閱讀更多

  • Everyday Magic

    Within every thought, word and deed lies power. Power that often goes unacknowledged. Our thoughts are seeds that go bloom in the form of magnificent buildings, life-changing inventions, inspiring poems, and enlightening books. Words emerge from the comfort of our lips aiming for the cushion of the ear. From there they spark the mind into action like a car’s engine. Our deeds are the most obvious semblance of power. One act sparks a revolution that changes the world. 也, one act can... 閱讀更多

  • 眼鏡我們穿

    Getty Images Have you ever heard someone say that another person was looking at the world through rose-colored glasses? 也許不會. 也許你聽說過有人著眼於通過Google的啤酒異性. 每當我聽到這些話我理解他們意味著思維的人的方式塑造了他們的看法,以及他們如何看待世界. 在別人誰通過玫瑰色眼鏡看世界的情況下, their idealistic view of things blinds them to the negative... 閱讀更多

  • 監獄教育: 在成為一個男人

    在最近的監獄教育類, 本以為有人提出,有些人可能不承認自己是男性,直到別人, 他們所尊敬, 承認它們為男性. 立即, 我開始飄回了更古老的時候,不同的文化儀式用於發展自己的男人從男孩到成年. 非洲文化認為有必要為男性面對動物, 甚至是致命的掠食者, 征服他們的恐懼. Asian tradition used body tattooing as a means for males to learn to deal... 閱讀更多


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