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1: 2016-02-22: Most prisons are created by the prisoners themselves, enforced by their own inertia.
2: 2015-06-22: RT @TheEconomist: With less than 5% of the world’s population, the United States holds roughly a quarter of its prisoners http://t.co/tDgbS…
3: 2015-04-09: Money is meaningless unless you don't have enough, in which case it is as cruel as any prison.
4: 2015-03-01: Who could be killing Russian opposition leaders? I bet it's other Russian opposition leaders! That's why we can't let them out of prison.
5: 2014-10-24: If you free the prisoners by opening their cell doors, there's a good chance they will close them again saying, "I'm not ready for this."
6: 2014-09-21: Clever hacker manages to infect the world's computers with a virus. Goes to prison for it. That's the difference between clever and wise.
7: 2014-09-01: Thankfully, America has a social safety net for dysfunctional and mentally ill people—called prison.
8: 2014-07-26: Is this a nest you're building or a self-inflicted prison?
9: 2014-07-07: No prison is more difficult to break out of than the one we created for ourselves.
10: 2014-06-01: Love, or prisoners of each other?
11: 2014-05-23: Any success can also be a prison.
12: 2014-05-19: For some drug addicts, the only thing that's going to save them is a nice long prison sentence. You pray for it, for their own sake.
13: 2014-05-13: Prison is society's housing system for those who can't survive anywhere else. Re @nypost
14: 2014-03-28: Committing yourself to a prison with someone is not the same as showing love.
15: 2014-02-18: States are having difficulty finding execution drugs. Logical solution: They've got prisons full of killers. Put 'em to work!
16: 2014-02-06: America's de facto drug treatment program is prison. There is no evidence that actual drug treatment does any better.
17: 2014-02-02: Freedom, for most, is the freedom to construct ones own prison.
18: 2014-01-21: Prison is free lodging for dysfunctionals who cannot put a roof over their heads in any other way.
19: 2013-12-31: Just because you're rich, famous or powerful doesn't mean you're free. People create prisons for themselves regardless of their resources.
20: 2013-12-10: Self-imposed Alcatraz: Few escape from the prison they created themselves.
21: 2013-10-07: In today's news: @_FloridaMan, high on drugs, does something amazingly stupid, gets arrested quickly, goes to prison for a while.
22: 2013-09-28: Prison is a place where you're held against your will without internet access.
23: 2013-08-06: Your choice: psycho ward, prison or Canada.
24: 2013-07-27: What usually passes for creativity is a prisoner decorating the walls of his cell without attempting to leave it.
25: 2013-07-23: America's most ironic prison name: Lovelock. (@ Lovelock Correctional Center) http://t.co/JOcGe4eIAy
26: 2013-07-18: In most countries today, Woodward and Bernstein would find themselves in prison, their story suppressed.
27: 2013-06-02: Dr. Ted Kaczynski - Still alive. Current occupation: prisoner. #wherearetheynow http://t.co/IFsw3fnpxN
28: 2013-05-31: Prison psychologist falls in love with prisoner. Tries to help him escape. Goes to prison herself. That's Tragicomedy!
29: 2013-05-10: prison – n. a penal system in which society deprives you of internet access for your misdeeds.
30: 2013-05-07: People are prisoners of their own investments.
31: 2013-05-06: Once someone has been in prison for a while, you can unlock the door and they will still stay inside.
32: 2013-01-23: Anyone trapped in a prison of their own making usually wants you to join them.
33: 2013-01-14: You can make any change to your own behavior that a prison could force upon you.
34: 2013-01-06: After he resigned, the Prisoner was kidnapped and taken to an island where he was chased by a weather balloon and denied Internet access.
35: 2012-11-21: Now it can be told! The Prisoner was chased by a lava lamp and a weather balloon!
36: 2012-11-04: RT @endrunklopedia: I just now got out of my Halloween costume! I went as state prisoner #272649. Well, not initially, but that's what I ...
37: 2012-09-04: I was a mercenary in the Klaxon Army. We dove deep and took no prisoners. I can still hear the sounds of the night. Ping... ping... ping!
38: 2012-08-05: Prisons in America: the stunning statistics in a video http://t.co/GyhLNfBC via @brainpicker
39: 2012-07-24: The job of consumer marketing is to give the prisoner what he thinks he wants without disrupting the fragile prison environment.
40: 2012-07-23: RT @KilroyCafe: Many a dream turns into a nightmare when it's only half built and the resources run out. Then it becomes a prison.
41: 2012-07-18: Most people are not suited to freedom. It only helps them self-destruct. They need some form of prison to survive.
42: 2012-07-12: RT @KilroyCafe: Humor is an escape, but it can also be a prison, especially if you are expected to be funny on demand.
43: 2012-06-06: People point to the amenities around them—the expensive car, the spacious home, the priceless art—and say, "See? I'm not a prisoner!"
44: 2012-06-06: A prison is defined by your freedom of movement, not the amenities of your cell.
45: 2012-06-01: Most people, when given freedom, will only use it to build their own prison.
46: 2012-05-27: Pity the pampered princesses who can only sleep on the finest silk. Those ladies are prisoners.
47: 2012-05-09: The debtors prisons of Dubai must be overflowing these days.
48: 2012-05-01: The best name for a prison EVER! Reputedly OJ's current residence. (@ Lovelock Correctional Center) http://t.co/JgZR7NhZ
49: 2012-04-10: @cottonmouth1 I think I could handle the prison experience, right up to the point where they said, "NO INTERNET."
50: 2012-04-05: American society would rather spend billions on prisons than a fraction of that on youth diversionary programs.
51: 2012-03-31: If your time is totally spoken for, then you are not free. You are locked in a prison of your own making.
52: 2012-03-18: Top delusion of youth: "Just jump!" — Lock yourself into a path, throw away the key, and you'll make it work. Kids, that's called "prison".
53: 2012-03-15: RT @GreatestQuotes: "Men are not prisoners of fate, but only prisoners of their own minds." - Franklin Roosevelt
54: 2012-03-08: If you can only eat a special kind of food, wash with a special soap and live with special comforts, you're really a prisoner.
55: 2012-02-19: Freedom is finding the benefit in whatever prison you find yourself. Still, you want to avoid the prison if you can.
56: 2012-02-17: If you can only survive within a narrow range of conditions, are you a delicate orchid or a prisoner of your own requirements?
57: 2012-01-31: Your greatest success usually becomes your final prison.
58: 2012-01-25: Utopias on paper usually turn into prisons in fact.
59: 2012-01-06: Pity the wealthy, trapped in their velvet prison. No worries, but also no motivation to change.
60: 2011-12-27: The prison for good people is when a few compassionate decisions lead to huge obligations that absorb everything you have.
61: 2011-12-17: "Existential" is when you are sentenced to life in prison for a crime you DID commit.
62: 2011-12-14: Pity the suburban homeowner, trapped in his self-made prison, thrilled to death to see a certain breed of bird appear at his birdfeeder.
63: 2011-12-07: Books — when you have 10-20 hours to kill and nothing better to use them for. Great for prisoners and shut-ins, like television with words!
64: 2011-12-05: The worst prison is being handcuffed to a person of lesser ability.
65: 2011-11-27: If I had to go, this sounds like a nice place! (@ Pleasant Valley State Prison) http://t.co/7hdlcQed
66: 2011-11-26: Another term for "dream home" is "self-designed prison".
67: 2011-11-22: Casual wheeling and dealing between lawyers and DA. 10 years prison tacked onto 25. Arrest warrants issued. All very light and breezy.
68: 2011-11-14: A drive across Texas reveals the state's four main industries: oil, cattle, prisons and businesses named "Lone Star".
69: 2011-10-26: Just got a call from a young drug addict friend in prison ($15 call). Sounds upbeat & clearheaded. Prison is wonderful rehab! Hope it lasts.
70: 2011-09-20: Lovelock is the location of a Nevada state prison. Kind of ironic, ain't it?
71: 2011-09-10: Charming San Quentin Prison. http://t.co/CegQgJa
72: 2011-09-10: Just stopping by to say "Hi!" Don't plan to stay long. (@ San Quentin State Prison) http://t.co/JbQdKEy
73: 2011-09-01: Not just a prison, but an exquisitely crafted Martha Stewart-inspired prison in the leafy suburbs of a major American city.
74: 2011-08-13: Funny is fun when it happens on its own but a prison when people expect it from you.
75: 2011-08-06: RT @Toledowni: @BadDalaiLama: Comfort is a prison. Once you get used to it, it's difficult to leave. / Comfort zone = "I am lazy to try ...
76: 2011-08-06: Comfort is a prison. Once you get used to it, it's difficult to leave.
77: 2011-07-28: When adults come into a little money, they try to reproduce their ideal childhood (perfect home, all the toys), which becomes their prison.
78: 2011-07-16: @JolineTowers LOL! I bet OJ is doing very well in prison. A celebrity respected by all the other inmates (seriously!)
79: 2011-07-05: Success can bring freedom but more often it's a prison, condemning you to the same acts that brought it.
80: 2011-06-15: Visiting the prison island of Hilton Head, where the inmates are forced to play golf all day.
81: 2011-05-12: There's a fine line between a safe haven and prison.
82: 2011-05-03: "Everyone makes an existential decision: shall I sneak out of prison alone, or shall I organize a prison revolt?" @NewMindMirror Answer: (a)
83: 2011-04-07: Television is a sedation device for prisoners, shut-ins and those without the initiative to direct their own activities.
84: 2011-04-02: "Well, you'll have plenty of time to think THAT over... in Statesville Prison!" —Lt. Frank Drebin http://twitpic.com/4g6w26/full
85: 2011-04-02: The worst part of prison (or marriage) is being trapped with a cellmate you no longer have anything in common with.
86: 2011-03-31: Life in prison for rape? Sounds good, except aren't you just encouraging the offender to kill his witness?
87: 2011-03-30: The popular idea of success is to be trapped in a velvet prison rather than a concrete one.
88: 2011-03-05: Most of what passes for creativity is simply a prisoner decorating the walls of his cell without attempting to leave it.
89: 2011-02-22: Beware the chains of love! The velvet prison. The sugar-coated poison. The slippery-slope seduction to the end of freedom. Inhale me!
90: 2011-01-31: Given the choice between freedom and prison, most will choose prison, but they call it by other names.
91: 2011-01-28: Juvenile probation is one of the world's most cost-effective social interventions. A little spent now, a lot saved on prisons later.
92: 2011-01-20: Aboard the Virginia prison train, transporting slaves from the North to the South. http://twitpic.com/3rtw61
93: 2011-01-20: We wanted you prisoners to be passive, sedated and non-confrontational. That's why we gave you television.
94: 2011-01-15: People are prisoners of their stuff.
95: 2011-01-06: Crime may be destructive, but not so much as the prison we lock ourselves in for fear of it.
96: 2010-12-22: Dreams, once fulfilled, often become prisons.
97: 2010-12-13: Pity the suburban homeowner, trapped in their self-made prison, thrilled to death to see a certain breed of bird appear at their birdfeeder.
98: 2010-12-09: Existential regret is being sentenced to life in prison for a crime you DID commit.
99: 2010-12-04: The worst prison is being handcuffed to a person of lesser ability.
100: 2010-11-27: Full speed ahead, take no prisoners, never apologize, never look back, never stop believing in yourself... Sarah Palin!
101: 2010-11-25: Another term for "dream home" is "self-designed prison".
102: 2010-11-07: Once people get used to prison, you can take away the bars and they'll still stay in their cell.
103: 2010-11-02: The most secure prison is one without bars or locks, that exists only in the mind of the prisoner because he has invested in it.
104: 2010-10-31: "Why do you stay in prison when the door is so wide open?" —Jalal ad-Din Rumi
105: 2010-10-30: Television is for prisoners and shut-ins. If you value your life, there are better things to do with it.
106: 2010-10-24: The ultimate test of free will is being trapped physically in prison and seeing it as an opportunity.
107: 2010-10-23: People bemoan the prison they have trapped themselves in, but without its structure they would probably self-destruct.
108: 2010-10-16: Anything promising permanent security is really just a prison in disguise.
109: 2010-10-04: Many a dream turns into a nightmare when it's only half built and the resources run out. Then it becomes a prison.
110: 2010-09-23: The most insidious prison is comfort, robbing us of the incentive to change.
111: 2010-09-21: Freedom, for most, is the ability to build ones own prison.
112: 2010-09-15: People praise freedom in principle but usually choose prison in fact.
113: 2010-09-15: Utopias, in the real world, almost always turn into prisons.
114: KilroyCafe: 2010-11-29: Frank Drebin: "Well, you'll have plenty of time to think that over in Statesville Prison." (which is where I happen to be)
115: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-24: RT @BadDalaiLama: The most insidious prison is comfort, robbing us of the incentive to change.
116: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-21: RT @BadDalaiLama: Freedom, for most, is the ability to build ones own prison.
117: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-10: People praise freedom in principle but usually choose prison in fact.
118: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-03: In some prisons, they give you the key. It's hanging right there on the wall but you refuse to use it.
119: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-27: Utopias, in the real world, almost always turn into prisons.
120: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-26: The thing none of us is prepared for is how love can turn into a prison.
121: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-26: Tupelo, MS: In 1938, Elvis' daddy went to prison for 8 months. Seems he sold a pig, received a check for $4 and changed the "4" to "14".
122: KilroyCafe: 2010-07-03: American society today consists of two classes: people in prison and people on the outside laboring to support them.
123: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-28: People of Wal-Mart are a distinct human race, like Neanderthals. They supply our prisons and child welfare system and breed prodigiously.
124: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-04: You may call it your "home", but it looks to me like your prison.
125: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-04: Survivor producer is about to experience "Survivor: Mexican Prison". http://bit.ly/ciMAzk
126: KilroyCafe: 2010-05-28: Just passed Pleasant Valley State Prison in California. Shouldn't prisons have more sinister names for deterrent effect?
127: KilroyCafe: 2010-05-20: The most secure prison is one without bars or locks, that exists only in the mind of the prisoner because he has invested in it.
128: KilroyCafe: 2010-05-18: Most of what passes for "creativity" is simply a prisoner decorating the walls of his cell without attempting to leave it.
129: KilroyCafe: 2010-04-23: What fools do with their money is they acquire stuff, and these things become the prison that entraps them for the rest of their lives.
130: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-30: The most insidious prison is one of comfort, robbing us of the incentive to change.
131: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-26: What we see at first as love often becomes a prison.
132: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-07: Once people get used to prison, you can take away the bars and they'll still stay in their cell.
133: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-02: The ultimate test of free will is being trapped in prison and seeing it as an opportunity.
134: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-02: On my bucket list: Spend 10 years in prison for a crime I did commit but thought I wouldn't get caught for.
135: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-15: Many a prison was built on the rock of love.
136: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-10: Humor is an escape, but it can also be a prison, especially if you are expected to be funny on demand.
137: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-26: Many a dream turns into a nightmare when it's only half built and the resources run out. Then it becomes a prison.
138: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-25: We wanted you prisoners to be happy, sedated, non-confrontational. That's why we gave you television.
139: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-22: A prison can be a cell you are thrown into against your will — or a construction of your own free choice that sneaks up on you slowly.
140: KilroyCafe: 2009-12-22: Trapped in the dual prison of real estate and children. When things go bad, there can be noplace more harrowing!
141: KilroyCafe: 2009-11-12: Want the best deal in prison? Opt for Death Row! LA Times: http://bit.ly/1W73Ex
142: KilroyCafe: 2009-11-07: There are no permanently safe harbors. Anything you think guarantees lifelong security is really just a prison in disguise.
143: KilroyCafe: 2009-11-03: Television is for prisoners and shut-ins. If you have any illusions of freedom, there are better things to do with it!
144: KilroyCafe: 2009-10-29: People may bemoan the prison they're trapped in, but without its structure they may self-destruct. Freedom requires skills and practice.
145: KilroyCafe: 2009-09-30: “Why do you stay in prison when the door is so wide open?” -- Jalal ad-Din Rumi
146: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-28: People who are already trapped usually want you to join their prison because it helps justify their own past decisions.
147: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-23: Humor is an essential lubricant of life, but it can't be an end in itself or it becomes a prison.
148: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-07: Once you escape from one prison, the greatest danger is that you rapidly seek out another.
149: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-04: My new blog entry: "The Prison of Home Ownership" http://bit.ly/957DZ (Homeless by Choice)
150: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-29: Dreams, once fulfilled, often become prisons.
151: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-23: Most people use their freedom only to build their own prison.
152: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-10: The bigger the home, the better the prison.
153: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-04: A vacation home is a prison. If you own one, you have to go there.
154: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-21: In practice, "owning your own business" usually means "owning your own prison."
155: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-11: Statistically, married people and pet owners live longer. Also: people in prison live longer, due to lowered risks. Analysis?
156: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-24: It is fine to choose for the short term - days, months - but once you start choosing for decades, your choice inevitably becomes a prison.
157: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-19: No prison is more secure than the one we create for ourselves.
158: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-03: In Stockholm, there are hostels in a 747 jet http://bit.ly/Eszv9 a sailing ship http://bit.ly/vTtDy and a prison http://bit.ly/jZVbM
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