Kaiti's Blog – October 2012 Archive (2)

Want some cheese with that whine?

Well  here I sit once again, realizing that even typing has been to much of a hassle. Not only that, my computer has been a real bitch lately. It has decided to take on a mind of it's own and randomly goes into "sleep" mode which is really quite irritating. Every time I press the "space bar" it goes to sleep on me. I have to literally throw the keyboard against the wall and bang in on the stupid desk to get it to stop doing…

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Added by Kaiti on October 19, 2012 at 5:09pm — No Comments

Mentally ill inmates

I have been having some random thoughts lately about mentally ill prisoners. I know, this is a random thought but one I have been fascinated with since I did a paper on mentally ill juvenile delinquents in college. The thoughts popped back in my head recently when I heard about a guy I knew in high school that is four years older then me. We hung out with the same group of people and he was in the same grade as my sister…

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Added by Kaiti on October 2, 2012 at 5:28pm — No Comments

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