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MSNBC has their Lockup programming running right now, and I... Frankly I'm not all that upset about it.
You see, I needed to know how I should constructively interact with the guy that was a neighbor. The interviews in Lockup were valuable in guidance on setting boundaries.
And when you've got a guy with a record including...
*Aiding a criminal conspiracy
*Engaging in criminal conspiracy
*2 counts of theft by unlawful taking
*5 counts of Impersonating a public servant
*4 counts of Theft by deception
*Driving under influence of controlled substance
*2 counts of Driving under influence of alcohol
*Driving while license suspended
Well, with some folks it's good to have an idea about where to set the boundaries of your personal space. And to speak up if they are crossed, to communicate the message that those boundaries are firm.
And to that end, the interviews on Lockup provide a valuable window into the minds of some people that are not to be ignored.