Gee no I would never want one. People even marry prisoners, to me that is so weird. Why ask for trouble in life, don't we have enough? Choose a service person or someone saving people, not killing them.
No. I put too many in there to want a "relationship" with any of them.
Right on! I worked in a jail for a while and have all the stories memorized; they are all the same, recycled BS.
I can understand that, as you have seen first hand what crimes have been committed and gathered your evidence.
I've never though about it before, but that doesn't sound so terrible to me. I don't want to meet them, but it might be nice to write back and forth with one. I'm always shocked at how angry Americans are toward people in confinement when so many people in prison are innocent.
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