[PA-Furry] About Magnus Continued
Byzantyn the Dragon
capryhircus at comcast.net
Thu May 27 19:42:16 EDT 2004
Thank you for the positive feedback and support everyone. This is very
stressful for me. I've not been in this kind of position before and I don't
want to mess up.
Next step is to obtain Magnus' housekey and permission to enter his place.
Metallicat and I are going early tomorrow morning to take care of that if
One step at a time...
The flight of fancy we both embark upon as one,
Upon my wings from e'er to e'er we fly 'midst clouds and light,
Only to touch the ground to sate our hungers and slake our thirsts,
Of body and spirit and desires!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Fire D. Husky" <firedhusky at yahoo.com>
To: <pa-furry at lists.claws-and-paws.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 27, 2004 12:09 PM
Subject: Re: [PA-Furry] About Magnus and a Lesson from all this...
> Biz, is good that you are keeping in touch with him.
> If saving his belongings is his first priority now,
> and no one can keep them till he goes out (by keeping
> his stuff or moving in and paying his rent). may be he
> can alow you have a sale to pay for the cost of
> storing stuff in a storage place.
> sell somethings, save others.
> of cousre, is a delicate issue since there is money
> involved etc... and we all know what could hapen if he
> s not happy the way things were done.
> but sounds beter than geting out of the can and having
> absolutelty nothing that you worked for.
> but is just an idea.
> Be good,
> Fire D Husky
> --- Byzantyn the Dragon <capryhircus at comcast.net>
> > Byzantyn Here
> > Magnus wrote me from the Montgomery County
> > Correctional facility. He says
> > he should be out before September, but that may be
> > too late to save his
> > belongings. From what he's told me he's gone and
> > made me the only one
> > allowed to retrive his housekey. Unfortunately I
> > lack the transportation to
> > go down there and get it. I don't want to bother my
> > room mate for
> > transportation, especially if even getting the key
> > wouldn't matter. I have
> > limited space where I live to store anything. I
> > can't do this myself and
> > unless someone else can lend me a hand, I'm afraid
> > I'll have to let this
> > happen to him. I guess I'm a lousy friend.
> > Perhaps this can be an abject lesson to the
> > consequences of impulsive
> > behavior. A few harsh words or a rash outburst of
> > temper in the wrong place
> > can cost you not only your freedom, but your
> > livelihood, posessions,
> > friends, shelter, and trust of others. A stupid act
> > results in more
> > consequences than just being hauled-off in handcuffs
> > in COPS. You could
> > come out of it totally devastated in your life and
> > you don't even have to do
> > anything /serious/... just some dumb thing that gets
> > you locked-up for a few
> > months can leave you penniless, homeless, and
> > indigent.
> > It's stressful for his friends too. I can only
> > write him snail-mail
> > letters. He can only call out collect (and as I
> > understand it there are
> > fees to accept those calls other than normal
> > long-distance), visiting hours
> > are varied and hard to keep track-of, and he has to
> > pay to have a letter
> > mailed out. Whoever said prisonsers in the American
> > criminal justice system
> > have it easy should take notice of this; it isn't
> > the long-term feloneous
> > penitentiary inmates that suffer nearly as much as
> > the small-time offenders
> > in county jails who seemingly pay an exhorbitant
> > price for their
> > misbehavior.
> > How ironic.
> > Magnus screwed-up and this is what happens when you
> > screw up.
> > Now before anyone brushes this aside and says,
> > "well, he should have thought
> > about the consequences before he acted," well,
> > consider that no matter how
> > much we try to suppress it, we are all vulnerable to
> > our baser instincts and
> > sometimes folks just don't think rationally. We all
> > have our breaking
> > points. We're still all just smart tool-usin'
> > monkeys with a thin layer of
> > civilized behavior covering our brains like the
> > fake-wood laminate on a
> > cheap pressed-wood table. However, there's hope.
> > We can learn from others'
> > mistakes as well as our own.
> > Remember that the next time you're pissed-off at
> > someone or something and
> > consider a petulant act to satisfy your sense of
> > pride or honor...
> > remember Magnus.
> > *flappyhugs from a moralizing dragon*
> > Byz
> > *****
> > The flight of fancy we both embark upon as one,
> > Upon my wings from e'er to e'er we fly 'midst clouds
> > and light,
> > Only to touch the ground to sate our hungers and
> > slake our thirsts,
> > Of body and spirit and desires!
> > ---Byzantyn
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