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The man stood in the dock. he was going to be sentenced today and he felt sad. Not a single member of his family was in the court. They had abandoned him just as he was being sentenced to 30 years in prison. How could things get any worse than this moment in time? He cried.
By didaw on 03.01.2013
we always talk in this way
we use it every day
we use to express ourself
we need to think in this way
By FauxPhénix on 03.01.2013
People are oftened sentenced to belong to a specific group or category before the other person even tried to get to know them. I say sentenced because far too often people are judged wrongly, but even if you were sentenced wrong the image of that impression stay and won’t go away. Unless you’re lucky and get a second chance.
By SZ on 03.01.2013
I was sentenced to die at the age of 21. It happened 3 months after my birthday, as I had been tried and convicted of murdering a stranger in a bar. Ironically, the night at that bar was my birthday gift given to me by my older brother.
By Justin on 03.01.2013
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.