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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Form / Jokes & Riddles
  • Language:English
  • Pages:132
  • eBook ISBN:9781493184705

The Jokes They Tell In Prison

by CR Simon

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Overview
The jokes in this book are the jokes that were told on Saturday nights in the prison camp during our Saturday night pizza party. Several of the guys would cook up five large pizzas in the camp microwaves and a bunch of us would sit around telling jokes and eating pizza for an hour or so. It was one of the few times during the week everyone could get a good laugh and the laugh was guaranteed.
Description
The jokes in this book are the jokes that were told on Saturday nights in our prison camp during our Saturday night pizza party. Several of the guys would cook up five large pizzas in the camp microwaves and a bunch of us would sit around telling jokes and eating pizza for an hour or so. It was one of the few times during the week everyone could get a good laugh and the laugh was guaranteed. A federal prison camp is much, much different than a federal prison. There are no prison guards, bob wire fences, cell blocks or locked doors in a prison camp. It's pretty much open. A prisoner could walk away any time if they wanted. A hundred of us men lived in a barracks like setting, and could go outside and roam around the grounds almost any time of the day or night. We had a regular sized baseball field and foot ball field in our back yard along with six basketball courts, a handball court, botchy, and a horse shoe pit. In a lot of ways the prison camp was a big joke since there was no security. However no one would skip out because they knew what would happen if they did. They'd get caught and would then get sent to the real place.
About the author
CR Simon lives in Up State New York with his wife and spends his free time writing fiction, poetry, songs and jokes. He grew up in Northern New Jersey and spent two years in the Army in his early twenties serving in the Infantry during Vietnam. After his service in the Army he moved from Northern New Jersey to Up State NY and eventually became the owner of a small medical equipment business. He retired from that in 2006 after pleading guilty to filing false tax returns. Because of the amount of money involved in the filing of the false tax returns he was sent to a Federal Prison Camp and incarcerated for a term of thirty months. During his time in the federal prison Camp he took up writing and after his release he has kept going with it. A lot of his and stories and writings center around the time he spent in prison and what life there was really like.
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