Friday, September 19, 2008

Prison VS Work



When you think about the differences between work and prison, maybe prison isn't so bad...
Why do i say so? Well consider the following facts then you tell me what you think?

IN PRISON........You get three FREE meals a day.
AT WORK.........You get a break for 1 meal and you have to PAY for it.

IN PRISON........You get time off (Parole) for good behavior.
AT WORK.........You get rewarded with more work (Overtime) for good behavior

IN PRISON........A guard locks and unlocks all the doors for you.
AT WORK.........You must carry around a security card & unlock & open all the doors yourself.

IN PRISON........You can watch TV and play games.
AT WORK..........You get fired for watching TV and playing games.

IN PRISON.......You get your own toilet.
AT WORK.........You have to share!- huh!

IN PRISON.......They allow your family and friends to visit.
AT WORK.........You cannot even speak to your family and friends.

IN PRISON.......All expenses are paid by taxpayers with no work required.
AT WORK.........You get to pay all the expenses to go to work and then they deduct taxes from you salary to pay for prisoners.

IN PRISON.......You spend the majority of your time in an 8x10 cell.
AT WORK........You spend most of your time in a 6x8 cubicle.

IN PRISON.......You spend most of your life looking through bars from inside wanting to get out.
AT WORK.........You spend most of your time wanting to get out and go inside bars.

IN PRISON......There are wardens who are often sadistic.
AT WORK........They are called supervisors.( .. .. ? )

IN PRISON.......You have unlimited time to read e-mail jokes.
AT WORK.........You get fired if you get caught.

1 comment:

Jenny Sikora said...

Hi CW -

My name is Jennifer Sikora, and I am a reporter for Mosaic Magazine, a annual publication that comes out of the Loyola University Chicago journalism department. I tried to find your contact information, but realized this was the best way to get a hold of you.

I recently wrote an article concerning incarceration and homelessness. We have had a considerable amount of difficulty finding a photo to accompany this article, until we googled an image of prison and found this photo posted on your blog. If you have the rights to this photo, I was wondering if you would be willing for us to use this photo for our magazine, giving you full credit, of course.

Please e-mail me at jsikora@luc.edu if you are interested.

Thank you,

Jenny Sikora