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Sunday, January 24, 2010

The evolution of a punishment

From Abilene Reporter News Online

In my government course at the University of Texas in Austin, I learned that crime is an act declared to be illegal and made punishable by the body politic. The body politic is the citizens of the community; city, county, state or nation. By vote, the citizens decide what is legal, and what is illegal. Nothing is set in stone. Even the Constitution can be amended by a sufficient number of votes. So, a crime is what the citizens want it to be.
Punishment, also, is a matter decided by the body politic — decided by citizens, not set in stone. Our Constitution states in Article VIII, "Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines be imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishment inflicted."
Some people spread their confusion as to what constitutes "cruel and unusual." When the Constitution was written, burning at the stake was considered cruel, but it was done in Salem, Mass. Keelhauling, in which wrists and ankles are tied by a rope and the person is pulled under the keel of a boat, and cut by barnacles; or drawing and quartering, which involve cutting off arms, legs and buttocks; are generally considered cruel and unusual today. Today, a punishment such as spanking with the hand, or whipping with the belt, are considered cruel by some. Being confined in the stocks, with wrists and ankles secured, was once considered a psychological punishment that worked! Today, free room and board in a jail is considered punishment. Soon, I expect, having to go without body tattoos will be considered punishment.
The United States leads the world in producing prisoners. The United States is a training school for professional and amateur criminals. One of every 20 adults in Texas, or one of every 100 Americans, is either in prison, jail, on probation or parole. The cost is $62.01 per inmate per day, or $68,747,203,000 spent in 2006. Where does this money go? Among the expenses are police, guards, city, county, state and federal prosecuting attorneys, and judges (many of whom started as lawyers and identify with criminals, and grant probation). Also, there are those who try to redeem criminals, or breed with them. What do we get for this expense? A 2002 study showed 67.5 percent were rearrested within three years, and 51.8 percent were back in prison. To make matters worse, many of those returned may escalate the severity of their crimes.
Nonviolent, victimless offenses, such as cocaine and marijuana use, make up nearly 50 percent of the U.S. prison population, and they could be legalized and taxes paid. Cocaine used to be in Coca-Cola, and no one was harmed by its use. By contrast, drunken drivers try to go between the two trees of their hallucination, or hit another vehicle and kill someone.
When it comes to crime and punishment, Singapore is a model for the U.S. to emulate. Those addicted get rehabilitation, while pushers get caning, if they are lucky, and not execution. Singapore was one of the first countries in the world to use naltrexone, a narcotic antagonist that nullifies the effects of heroine on users. The idea is to treat victims and execute pushers.
Some have asked how I would like to be caned. Fact is, I wouldn't like it at all. I would avoid doing things that I might get caned for. That, to me, is the whole idea of punishment — to cause people to avoid doing things they might get punished for, and feel pain.

G. Curtis Hoskins, M.D., is a retired consulting pathologist living in Cross Plains.

Training a Master

From GayDemon:
Masters just don't appear out of thin air. No, a good master, like a good slave, needs training. And this session is all about training a new, well-hung master. I've seen Christian Wilde around on other gay porn sites (mainly Next Door Buddies) so I was excited when he decided to crawl into the depraved hole that is Bound Gods. Christian is handsome and he's got a tight, muscled body. Head Master Van Darkholme takes Christian under his tutelage and since the Master feels that doms need to know what they're dishing out, he ties up Christian and gives him a hard flogging. Slave Patrick Rouge is waiting patiently in the metal cage -- what choice does he have? This episode is actually being filmed live, so members are already chiming in with suggestions on how to handle Patrick. Master Van takes Christian through the paces, and together they practice on Patrick. The muscle stud endures the flogger, the cane, butterfly nipple clamps, and the spider gag. And as if poor Patrick hasn't been through enough already, he's corralled in a metal stockade and Christian throws a punishing fuck into him. In the end, Patrick takes two loads of cum all over his welt-covered body. It looks like Christian's training was a success and he'll be back for some more practice sessions on helpless slaves.

Jan 14, 2010 - Van Darkholme, Patrick Rouge and Christian Wilde
Description:  Christian Wilde is handsome as hell. He's a well spoken quiet stud. I see something dark and wicked about him and decide to give him dom training. I feel doms need to know the corporal they are dishing out, so I tie up Christian and give a nice hard flogging. Patrick Rouge is waiting patiently in the metal cage with a spike bottom. I show Christian my flogging technique and how to handle a sub. The members are chiming in through chat on what to do to Patrick. With the members suggestions, Patrick endures the flogger, the cane, foot worshiping, butterfly nipple clamps, the spider gag, metal and rope bondage, a bondage fuck and finally two cum loads to his face. Sincerely, Van Darkholme