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THANKS ADMIN2 as a woman I will go get em (just read the jokes page)



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"Opportunity knocks but once, then comes back no more, Temptation bangs and pounds till it smashes in yer door".

 

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OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS BUT ONCE -

"When you see an opportunity to improve your lot, act quickly and

resolutely - you may never get another chance.

 

The proverb datesto ancient times (around 8 A.D. ).

 

 

The early fifteenth-century French 'Il n'est chance qui ne retourne'

('There is no opportunity which comes back again') is very similar

in meaning.

 

It has been traced back to 'Bandello' (1567) by English writer and

politician Geoffrey Fenton.


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Good luck with uni J.Kane, half the battle is doing a subject you are interested in, that way you can get your teeth right into it, I graduated with honours last year, it was a long hard slog, but paid off in the end, £27,000's worth of student loans to pay off now though.Just go to all the lectures and dont read much more than the lecture notes as the exams are all based on the lecture notes, you get a chance to do resits if you fail any modules, so, you should get your degree no bother.



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THANKS MCG I am dreading it! well done you that`ll show the f******, I cant go straight for what i want to do due to previous but took a subject i really like hopefully if i get through this I can then move on to what i want, just thinking wonder if they would accept me as a lawyer???? hehehe 

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Gateside(GREENOCK) YOI 1988-One of the guys working on the hotplate  in B hall had been given a parcel of Jimmy's(temgesics), to deliver to a guy in A hall. He delivered the parcel but seemingly there were 2 missing, all hell broke loose, instead of the recipients of the Jimmys not being sure who had taxed the parcel they just blamed the guy who delivered them. He was then asked into a cell a few hours afterwards, and was plunged umpteem times with the biggest knife (knicked 1 hour earlier) from the jails kitchen.After being stabbed the guy walked backwards out of the cell, spitting on the guy that done it, he then fell onto the stairs bleeding like fuck onto the guys who were directly below the stairs , standing in the dinner queue. One guy ran at him with a white standard issue towel, within seconds it was as red as the blood that was pishing out of him. So the intire nick is on lockdown, cops are in, questioning every Y.O. IN A.hall ,concerning the murder that had taken place. A fortnight goes by and by then everything gets back to normal, then the shit hits the fan, we're all told Greenock is no longer to be a YO's , its being turned into a remand for the renfrewshire boys and changing back to a cons (over 21's nick).Just about then I got caught with 10 50 pences that had been taxed from the sex pests and grasses, I got them as a square up(this is when all the guys from your area chip in and give you some money to get you on your feet when you first arrive in the nick), so I was in the place a month and already had 14 days in the digger for taxing sex cases and 14 days added onto ma sentence. So the day came when we were all getting told when we were being draughted out of Gateside too.Some of us went to Castle Huntley in Dundee, some of us went to Polemont in Falkirk and the guys doing over 7 years or if they were security risks, went to Jessiefield in Dumfries. I ended up in Polemont as I was only doing 3 years. I had been in it before and knew it was a fucking hell hole, far from the relaxed regeime we had had in Gateside.Worse than that they tried to have the sexpests in normal circulation, red rag to bulls or what.

 

So we were all in the textile shop the first day they attempt this stupid manouver, the whisper goes round that the sex pests are getting it, and I do happen to remember getting one particular scissor kick right into one of the beasties noses, caught, bang to rights with blood all over my shoe.

So we all gets taken back to our cells and locked, up, the next day we all gets taken down the orderly room which in polemont was down the digger(solitary). On the way in, there was this screw who was asking us all our name and number, only being in the place 3 days, for the life of me , I couldn't remember my bloody number, so my turn comes, "name and number" says the screw at the door, "ma names McGuinness, I canny remember ma number" I replied, this cunt of a screw only goes and back handers me right across the kisser, " thats not fucking good enough, and call me sir" this slimey mothers cunt is shouting at me, well, not having the best temper on the planet, I only sets about him, next thing I know there must be 10 of them on me, lifting me right up off the ground with my arms up my back and smacking fuck out the side of my kneecaps with there fuck off big sticks.

They then proceeded to take me into a cell and sit on me(fat pie munching bastards), and then cut my clothes of with scissors.

I was then left naked in a this cell, with nothing else in it but a wee cardboard pot, to do a piss in. I couldnt even  move to do a piss I was so sore.

This cell,(the silent cell) it was pure white, with a spyhole like you get in the door of most normal cells, in every single wall as well as the door, I felt like a proper fuckin celebrity, was all set to do autographs at the door the next day,when, all of a sudden, about 10 screws burst in , and sat on me again, trussed me up like a chicken, and moved me into a room with no windows and a plate steel door, (the strong cell). This fucker had no lights, felt like i was going mad just sitting in the dark for 2 days, eventually I went up in front of the governor........ 7 days all round!!!!!!!(7 days digger and 7 days onto my sentence and 7 days with no wages)I was eventually barred from Polemont and sent to Dumfries Y.O.'s, for supposedly assaulting 9 screws(pish).Then onto Glenochil, the day after I turned 21, as i went on hungerstrike to get moved, just to break up my sentence.Remember getting chiken legs lowered down to me by a line.HEE!HEE! I got stabbed for turning the telly over up in Glenochil ,for turning the fuckin telly over, was my supposed to be mate that stabbed me, and ironically, it wiz me that nicked the scissors when the screws back was turned.Was planning doing the guy that stabbed me, when, my old man died of a missive heart attack(2 weeks of my remission to go)As I was an only child I decided to go straight, to look after my old mum, and apart from the occasional 5/ or 6 months here and there for driving or fighting full of the drink, I have done it, in fact this is the longest I've ever been out, 4 years (since I got married), I'm proud of myself.

 

 

 When I think about what they done, and to be totally honest, I am not a person who thinks about revenge or malice on a lot. I think about how I can get my own back, I think about getting to 80 years old, or getting terminal cancer and going up there and just letting loose with a machine gun when the polemont screws change shift.Its just a matter of time before one of the guys they have beat up goes full blown with the virus and does what I think about.I know, 20 years later the screws in polmont are still handing out thrashings, I am not a particularly spitefull or revengefull person, and having these thoughts gets to me.DO I NEED THERAPY???????????PLEASE HELP 

 

   

 

 

You keep up withe fantastic tales behind bars MCGUINNESS as they are compelling reading from an insiders point of view (No pun intended)


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Yes ill second that one more stories please McG

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Good luck with uni J.Kane, half the battle is doing a subject you are interested in, that way you can get your teeth right into it, I graduated with honours last year, it was a long hard slog, but paid off in the end, £27,000's worth of student loans to pay off now though.Just go to all the lectures and dont read much more than the lecture notes as the exams are all based on the lecture notes, you get a chance to do resits if you fail any modules, so, you should get your degree no bother.

Graduated with honours!......Good on you Giny.....can i be a real nosey auld bugger and ask what your degree was in? I have had no education myself (after like 1st year sec i was never there) So i am always well impressed by anyone who went on to Uni AND came oot with a degree.....In your case doubly impressed, after reading your 'jail' post it's obvious the odds weren't stacked in your favour. Bilko


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I fully support anyone who gets off their ass to make something for themselves so well done MCGUINNESS

 

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Shucks troops yez have got me blushin, ma degree's no in anythin fancy Bsc in Constuction Project Management, was a long hard slog mind you for someone like maself who got expelled at the begginin of third year at school.Anybody could do a degree you just have to find something you have a bit of an interest in.Nowadays there are all sorts of degree's available and the government pay ye yer baroo money and housing benefit etc so no one has the excuse of being skint or daft as i didnt have a pot to piss in and I'm still daft as a brush.You should give it a bash Bilko , I recon you would love it mate.You meet people  all  ages and from all walks of life, courses like Social Sciences that a few of ma mates have took, the debates in the lectures are meant to be different class.

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"Shucks troops yez have got me blushin"

 

At least you got up and at them to educate yourself so no need to blush as its all very much a positive step on the ladder to the university of life


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You should be proud of yourself mcG...The social science course is brilliant for as they would call it debating! I call it arguing I did the hnc this year and its fun you get all classes of people together who disagree on everything ends up a full scale riot at times! Mine included criminology which was kind of fun for example "criminals can be identified by sloping eyebrows and high cheekbones". that just a bit of it!!!  as for politics well I didnae know that the house of commons was the house of commoners so we are the common muck that does what the lords want! Must admit I was ragin when I got told that...was in a huff for weeks!!   

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School of Social Sciences > Welcome

Photo: Students Studying in the main University LibraryThe School of Social Sciences has approximately 42 academic staff and approaching 800 full-time equivalent students. Our key strengths lie in:

  • strong foundations in teaching and research in a range of social science disciplines that also interface in important ways with high quality vocational programmes

  • a tradition of excellence in student support, attested to by Teaching Quality Assessment ratings of excellent in this aspect of our provision

  • a growing research profile, particularly - but not exclusively - in applied or applicable research in health, social policy and related fields, drawing on the disciplines of psychology, sociology and political science.

The main undergraduate honours programmes of the School are in Psychology (BA and BSc programmes with British Psychological Society accreditation), Sociology and Social Work, together with European Studies and Joint Honours in Social Policy and Political Science. In addition, we have substantial numbers of Masters students, studying for postgraduate qualifications in vocationally relevant fields. These are Alcohol and Drug Studies, Careers Guidance and Managing Social Diversity. In consequence, the School has close relationships with employers and professional bodies in health care, social work, the careers service and elsewhere.

The School contributes strongly to programmes hosted by other Schools in the University. These include Health Studies, Pre-Registration Nursing and Midwifery and Sports Studies. Our emphasis on strength in individual disciplines as a foundation for cross-discipline teaching and research applies both within the School and in our relations with other Schools.

 

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AND NOW THEY'RE TRYING TO TAKE MY LIFE AWAY,

 FOREVER YOUNG I CANNOT STAY.

FIGHTING ON THE BACKSTREETS,

 JAILS A HOME FROM HOME,

THESE PAINTED WALLS.................................................................... ARE ALL I'VE ...............EVER KNOWN!!!

 

YOU CAN TAKE THE BOY OOT THE WEST COAST, BUT YOU  CANT TAKE THE WEST COAST OOT THE BOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

MCGUINNESS ON THE EAST COAST

 

 

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