- No charges, no oversight: The NSW police selling drugs is indicative of ‘unwinnable’ war
- Sydney hotel cluster grows, leaving state at crossroads
- Trump has 99% approval rating among coronavirus, poll reveals
- There are two vacant properties for each homeless person in NSW
- According to one study, the COVID crisis has increased our trust in Canberra
Restriction is the recurring theme in this week’s Long Reads featuring: Prison Food, Children and the Ex-Ex-Wife.
It’s difficult to defend prisoners or have sympathy when they are in uncomfortable living situations, because we want this to act as penance of some sort. However, not all prisoners are bad people, and not all free men and women are good people (see Morgan Freeman in Shawshank Redemption). This account of the rancid food prisoners ate is revolting; I didn’t expect to read of prisoners eating maggots and rotten food in American in the 21st century.
The prison recipes are hilarious though.
Part of me selected this article because the author’s name is amazing. But the story is also a fantastic read. After meeting a man online, who just seemed perfect (they always do) Jonnah, was soon let in on a dark secret, this man, was planning on murdering his ex-wife. Faced with this, Jonnah tells police, and the story starts from there. Perhaps, this is why secrets should remain in relationships.
I am so happy I don’t have any kids. God I hate them. Always crying for attention. When they fall over, there is that pause when they look around to look for an adult figure, the fall clearly hasn’t hurt but they cry. Morons. And their paintings are shit, so under the theory given in the article, i may be a child-rearing genius.