03/20/2010 ccj 2010006785 late afternoon "lockdown." head spins.
JOURNAL: locked down all morning cos beau and the new guys kept playing bones once the lights went out. everyone's been making cat, dog and wolf calls once we get locked in. deputy gets pissed and tells them they dont own the place. have a super painful finger yesterday. feels like a paper cut to the bone. red bump coming out of wound looks like a third eye w/ pus coming out of it. neighbor newton had 4 cellies in 4 days. then a new guy came in during late night lockdown. someone yells out, in a low growley voice, "fresh meat" for a creepy welcome. this morning we are locked down w/o razor. it's a second day w/o razor. breakfast. lockdown. meds which is a mortin. lockdown. newton and i go to clinic. least amount of inmates ever for a total of three this morning. nurse collerhon really applies a mummy bandage so i dont mess with the healing process. lots of clear fluid coming out. a dab of ointment. once we are done it looks like a pistol. newton and i get back from teenage mutant turtles TV land right as lunch is ending. i ditch a p.j. hamburger for breakfast. lockdown. out door recreation. i stay in bed cos the motrin is wearing off. deputy comes in looking for fruit. guess i shocked him cos celly's got a banana w/ his commissary on the table top which didnt get pitched. i'm reading "voyage long and strange" by tony horwitz. it's about vikings and old usa history. dinner: beans/ tofu, corn, salad. ditch banana #2 and afternoon lockdown. yesterday, during afternoon activities, zack and nickleback man, johnathan and heroin dan have me sit in a game of rummy. it's not long before i remember how to play it again. a new dude gets back from court. he gets really pissed at zack a nickleback cos they say something about dude stealing his girlfriends credit card. dude goes it's not funny and tries to start a fight. zack handles it very calmly. nickleback man says it's okay to vent buy no one wants more time. nickleack man gives me a pen made out of a small pen but has paper rolled around it and the little rubber thing on the end. makes it easy to hold and feels like a real pen. it took it apart DIYS and rebuild it so the pen part doesnt slip back in.
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