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By prisonbitch / Thursday 18 February 2010 17:41 / United States
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By  katplayer  |  4

Jeez. I do think that criminals should be punished, but half the people here are flying off their rockers for some crime they don't even know the full details of. Maybe OP's changed. He's obviously served (or almost at least) his sentence and hopefully learned his lesson. Ever hear of forgiveness?

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  underfailer  |  0

good lord people Im sick of everyone hating on snickers wastes space, she is a regular, she has a reputation, people look for her, FML commentors have our own society. Deal with it, stop whining. If you get accepted after whining constantly have a ball, 'till then stoofoo

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  Malinkrot  |  3

you do realize that people "defending" her takes up your precious space too... I just laugh at all the people who think that spending a lot of time on FML = intelligence.

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  Lone_Wolf_099  |  5

then why did you post you stupid twat? I got fired from my job because of my criminal background check lost 12.50 an hour for a crime I didnt do, my friend died and me and his mom had a big argument, she called the cops saying I walked in her house and beat her, she won.

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  babybubz  |  0

I agree.. you can be on probation for petty shit for 5 years. maybe OP was a bad teenager and has now matured. nobody's perfect. and nobody has the right to judge OP either.

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

Were you really a prison bitch as your name suggests? Because if you served time, it might not matter that you'll be off probation. Whatever your crime, did you not think about the consequences of your actions beforehand? Why are you surprised this is happening? To everyone who is talking about forgiveness -- why should a company take a gamble that this is the one criminal in a thousand who saw the error of his/her ways and turned over a new leaf? Would you trust a stranger with a record to house-sit?

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  UrbanerMezei  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Reyo  |  2

I know that "everyone makes mistakes" but it's still no excuse for fucking up. Saying "I'm sorry, I screwed up, I made a mistake" doesn't make what he did go away.

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  passinby  |  3

21 - Try remembering your own apostrophes in "you're" before you post comments like that. Any grammar or spelling mistakes on your part really undermine your argument, Mr. Grammar Nazi.

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  relyo  |  0

So you'd rather he not try to improve his lot in life? I hope the OP goes back to crime, carjacks you and shoots you dead in the process. You suck at life.

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  bobman555  |  0

I think the OP has bigger problems to worry than his grammer and how do you know he did any of that. How do you know he dident get drunk with his friends and do something really stupid. You suck at life.

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  crazycornn  |  0

in what way is not being excepted for a job going to improve his life? I guess in your mind he suddenly turns good because he gets rejected from a good job, huh?

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I promise you that put under enough scrutiny any one of us would be found to have broken at least half a dozen laws in our lifetime. so many laws are ridiculous. OP probably smoked a joint and got busted and put on probation or something. Most dudes on probation didn't do anything too bad, hence reason they got probation versus jail/prison time.

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  Malinkrot  |  3

Not everyone who is on probation is a reckless criminal. I know a guy who got a felony charge and was on probation for 2 years because his friend put a Xanax in a pack of cigarettes, and he grabbed the pack because he thought it was his, and he got searched by the cops and they found the pill. I know another guy who got searched because his girlfriend was getting arrested and he was trying to figure out what was going on, and the cops found a SPECK of weed in his pocket (the police report literally says 0.01 grams) and got a felony charge and probation because the drug laws here in Florida are really strict. And cops don't always have good reasons for searching people. When I was 16, I got pulled over for having a license plate light out at night. The cop then said he had to search me because my car "smelled like marijuana." This was before I had EVER smoked weed, and my car sure has hell did not smell like it.

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  xCrackerx  |  3

The world would be so much safer if those damn criminals stopped commuting to their crimes. But seriously. No one should judge OP. We don't know what they are on probation for. It could be a very minor charge. A simple mistake they made when they were much younger.

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  relyo  |  0

He's paid his debt to society. He shouldn't have a mark on him for the rest of his life that says he's only qualified for burger work.

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  girl112891  |  7

It's not fair but that's life OP. Your crime could have been so minor for all we know but that doesn't change your situation. Making a living is going to be tough for you. All anyone could say is good luck and think twice next time. I watch good people suffer for these same reasons. Be good and be strong.

By  pitbullmom  |  0

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  Bamfy_McBamf  |  0

so if you steal something worth a fiver because of peer pressure or whatever as a teenager you should never get a decent job because employers are scared of anything that sounds like crime

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Sure, with the marvelous job that bastard did we should all follow that example </sarcasm> I look forward to the day when the investigators break through the bullshit and incarcerate him for life.

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