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Friday, November 12, 2010

A Special Friday Request

Daniel Jackson --It seems ironic that the photos they offer the prisoners have the idyllic tropical backgrounds as though they were vacation pictures.

I encourage any of you who will to read the following post:

Dan is calling out to those who will listen to him.  I hope that it might be you and that you might send him a word of encouragement in his comments.


  1. Thanks for the reminder - I haven't been able to visit Daniel's site much in the past few weeks.

  2. I love his blog. Such a unique and interesting perspective. Thanks for the reminder, like Alex I haven't made it by in a couple weeks.

  3. Thanks for the reminder Lee, I see what you mean about the photograph.

    Have a good week-end.

  4. is that the man who writes his blog from the prison? I remember you were mentioning him before as well.

  5. Thanks for the reminder, Lee. And most of the backdrops are painted by the inmates r at least they use to be.

    It really is sad how much beautiful talent evil has swallowed up.
    Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

  6. Alex -- I understand. With the book tour, NaNo, and all you've been keeping pretty busy.

    Matthew -- I'm sure he appreciates your visit. It is a different point of view than we get from most blogs.

    Yvonne -- You'd think he was on vacation, but I guess that backdrop is better than showing where he really is.

    Dezmond -- Yes, it's the same man. I like to drop a reminder on my blog for people to visit him since he is often forgotten since he can't comment on other blogs.

    Jules -- Yes, I can't truly imagine what it is really like in a place like that, but I'm sure can stifle creativity and personal growth. It's certainly not like going to college or being in an intellectual environment.

  7. You have done a good thing here, reminding us all of what we have. You've allowed us a look into another setting where although stifling, it houses some amazing talents.

  8. Will take a look, thanks. Have a good weekend.


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