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Old 04-12-2012, 02:06 AM   #21
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I am with the Good New Jail and Prison Ministry. I have met several people that have turned their life around. Dennis Rice was a guest speaker at our last banquet fund raiser. He told stories of how Jesus has changed his life. He is truly a changed man. He has not been in trouble for several decades. He was part of the Manson Family. He was not involved in the murders. But it was only a matter of timing.

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I met Jesse Jackson once. I bathed in muriatic acid afterwards. It just made me feel filthy to almost be forced to shake his hand... (I wasn't going to be rude and leave his offered hand just sticking out there, although I wish I had...)

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I met Jesse Jackson once. I bathed in muriatic acid afterwards. It just made me feel filthy to almost be forced to shake his hand... (I wasn't going to be rude and leave his offered hand just sticking out there, although I wish I had...)
Rudolph Giuliani, same sentiment
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Linwood Briley, who lead the breakout from Death Row in Virginia. Back when he was a juvenile.

William Caley, (My Lai massacre,Vietnam) When he was an Officer Candidate. Dipstick.

Spiro Agnew. When he was still VP.

G. Gordon Liddy, post Watergate, when he was luncheon speaker out in Phoenix.
C3, you are either a master bullshipper or the most interesting person on Earth I would like to meet. I am leaning towards the latter.
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Oh, make no mistake, I AM a Master Bullshipper! S-I-L dreads playing poker with me- can never tell if I am bluffing, or holding a Royal Flush.

However, in this case-

Briley had multiple run ins with the law before his Capital Murder conviction.
Caley and I attended OCS in the same Battalion at Ft. Benning.
Agnew- dinner with Governor of VA. I was on Governor's security staff.
G. Gordon- I was a presenter at the national conference for Underground Utility Contractors- G. Gordon was lunch speaker. Introduced to him just after his talk.

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Come on people! Lets at least provide names! To paraphrase "names, or it didn't happen!"
The guy who paid for the hit was...... Charles "Chuck" Canter......I don't remember the names of the two shooters......The guy they blew away was George Warren part owner of BWB controls......He had a one million dollar life ins. policy payable to the other part owner.......And the plot thickens........
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C3, you are either a master bullshipper or the most interesting person on Earth I would like to meet. I am leaning towards the latter.
I'm starting to think C3 may be the guy from the Dos Equis commercials...
His words carry weight that would break another man's jaw...
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I'm starting to think C3 may be the guy from the Dos Equis commercials...

His words carry weight that would break another man's jaw...
This ^^^.

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When i worked at the MSP near Huttonsville, WV; the Jim and Tammy Baker PTL roadshow came to save inmate souls. The entourage traveled in a Greyhound custom motor coach with roomettes, showers and everything. Jim and Tammy came in a one of a kind GM custom motor home.

They walked by us guards and the prison Chaplain like we had leprosy and went into the auditorium. The Chaplain said: "These folks may not be who they claim to be". How right he was: Turns out Jim Baker needed his soul saved.

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I haven't met anyone but my father met the Guy who the movie catch me if you can was based on. Frank Abignal or something.

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