You're probably in trouble anyway
Made on a page of the 1855 book, Prison Life and Reflection, 4 3/8 x 7 1/4"
I was in court once on a crazy multiple traffic fine case and the judge yelled at me because I didn't take off my hat when he walked in. When I took off my hat and the two foot long dreadlocks tumbled out, he looked at me like I was mocking him. It was clear he was insane, and things didn't go my way that day.
A few years earlier I was in LA county jail (long story...but I was innocent man!) and every sad son of a bitch in there had a story about how crazy their judge was. I figured they were all full of shit until it happened to me. Now I believe everything any guy in jail tells me. Ha ha ha ha ha...
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