Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Hasta La Vista


This is great reading.

13 comments:

jm30 said...

I notice that Jim has totally lost his grip on reality in the wake of Sadie's pending demise. And, in his absence, his board that I vowed not to read anymore (I know, but a car wreck is difficult to turn away from) has turned into total anarchy. Total verification that the internet...and the world...in some quarters is a VERY scary and unsettling place.

Marliese said...

That was a great read Col. Thanks.
Thought Virginia Graham had died, had her confused with Ronnie Howard.

deadwoodhbo said...

A lot of true friends who have known Charlie for many years will also be sad at his demise .Love you Charlie now and always.

FrankM said...

Becca:

No offense, but how does this work. I don't question your love for Charlie Manson, but he has been in prison now for abt. 40 years. You are, what, 45 years old or so.

At what point did you decide you love a man incarcerated when you were barely out of diapers? What is it about him that makes you continue to love him, in full knowledge of the atrocities with which his name is associated? I'm curious.

I know a lot of women do fall in love with convicted lifers, and very often with people they have never met and most likely have no real chance of meeting, but never understood how the spark of love is kindled. I can understand love formed by meeting someone face to face, and the thrill of increasing physical contact through prolonged proximity, but how does it work when one of you is locked away. For ever.

Tell me to mind my own business if you like, it's probably what I deserve, but I would be interested in your comments.

Frank

deadwoodhbo said...

Frank NOT IN LOVE!!!!!!! with charlie i dont even know him.how can i explain it ahhhhh well i love animal rights people same go,s for charlie.Its Frank Reichard i am in love with his long time jail buddy who in 7 years will be my longlife buddy lol.Frank you can always ask me anything my answers are not has smart has AC are but im just a simple girl in love with a simple boy .

Jean Harlow said...

AC/Deadwood:

what, if you know, does Charlie think of the current news stories going on - bodies at Spahn Ranch, Sadie's terminal illness and the re-appearance of Steve Grogan?

Hi Heaven, Monk, Becca etc

:> )

deadwoodhbo said...

Hi jean good to see you again .I dont talk to charlie sorry wish i could of replyed to your question

A.C. Fisher Aldag said...

Frank: Please go to the "Prison Talk" website, and look at the thread "MWI" which stands for "Met While Incarcerated", and the thread "Loving a Lifer". Plenty of women (and men!) meet the love of their life through prison pen pals, and enjoy a nice, healthy loving relationship by writing, phone calls and the occasional visit. It's not all about the sex. Not even for the men. I'd imagine it's the same as being a war bride, a mail-order bride, or having an arranged marriage. And with the current Amerikan divorce rate hovering around 50% for "normal" couples who met in the singles bar, becoming involved with an inmate isn't any more or less successful.

Deadwood: Your message to Frank R. via Jodi was sent. I'm not particularly smart, I just write for a living.

Jean Harlow: Bodies at Barker: "They aren't going to find anything". And lo and behold, he was right. Bodies at Spahn Ranch? Was that a typo, or did I miss something?

About Susan: Has already been posted here, on this site, somewhere.

I don't know if he's gotten the information about Steve Grogan yet, since it wasn't in their local paper, and not on TV, and mail turnaround is 4 - 6 weeks.

deadwoodhbo said...
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deadwoodhbo said...

oh and awesome reply ac on falling in love with a prisoner

deadwoodhbo said...

Sorry Col my deleated post.Happy canada day and a early happy 4th of july day .AC please read my e mail i sent you

agnostic monk said...

Jean Harlow said...
AC/Deadwood:
what, if you know, does Charlie think of... Sadie's terminal illness


hi jean, I know you weren't asking me, but from what I remember reading on here, Charlie's supposed words in response to Susan's illness were along the lines of her being an angel, she will never die, she did "God's will" in the fight against pollution by helping to murder all those people, a great job behaving the way she did during the trial, and her "fear" is what made her turn from him and seek rehabilitation.

At least that's how I read it. How did you all read it?

Jean Harlow said...

Monk!

No, that's great. Thanks for responding...

Happy Fourth!