04 August 06


Guida asked the following questions:


Do you have any plans for when you get out?

I intend to live with my parents in Cheshire, England. I'd like to back to university.

How does it feel as you approach the end of your sentence?

Exciting. I feel as if I’ve accomplished a lot, and I can’t wait to apply what I've learned. It’s as if I’ve been shaped into a new person by this experience. I view things differently. I realise how precious things are that I previously took for granted. I want to make the most of the life I have remaining. Thinking about being around my family puts a smile on my face. As my release date nears, I’m sure my excitement will grow. Although there is some anxiety over the prospect of being in a different country, I’m confident that the euphoria of freedom will override my anxiety when the time comes. The day I am free of living under this microscope, and I can exercise my free will again, will be one of the best days of my life.

If you could do absolutely anything you wanted when you get out (after seeing your family and stuff) what would you do (money no object)?

With unlimited wealth and power, I’d retire all world leaders and replace them with yoga-practicing women. That would make the world a safer place for all of us.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

"With unlimited wealth and power, I’d have to retire all world leaders and replace them with yoga-practicing women. That would make the world a safer place for all of us."
Hahahaa...Any place for me there?:)) I am practising Tai Chi, though...Bahahaha...
K.R.

Anonymous said...

Good afternoon Jon,
Will you be keeping up with the blog after your release, or will you sign off and call it quits? Will you keep in touch and visit Two-Tony’s? Frankie? Please let us know. Thank you.

Tim said...

John pal, forget London, it's a foreign country now. "Londonistan" its known as. And as for the North of England? goin much the same way I'm afraid. WW3 can't come quick enough.

dirtos said...

Jon,
come to London, it's still a great city. Unless you're a scared little, Daily Wail reading, 'We're all going to hell in a handcart' type like Tim.

Tim said...

Oi Dirtos/Dirtbag I'm not scared, (and yes I do read the "Daily Wail" Actually) I live on the front line - Oldham! Bad things are goin to happen soon....

dirtos said...

Timmy, you keep enjoying Littlejohn. And can you show me the way to Oldham... fnaaar.

Anonymous said...

Dirty. Just follow the wailing sound from the top of the mosques, And its MR Timmy to you!