Want to know the special dish served to unruly prisoners? This is very interesting!

Discussion in 'Bizarre and Off-Beat News' started by SeekingJana, Jun 30, 2008.

  1. SeekingJana

    SeekingJana Well-Known Member

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    There's a certain high caloric, totally yucky food item made and served to prisoners who have misbehaved. It's called " Nutraloaf" or " Nutriloaf".
    The prisons make it up themselves and each one uses different ingredients that are so weird.

    Here's a link to the Slate article about it. It's said to taste so bad that prisoners file lawsuits about cruel and unusual punishment.
    http://www.slate.com/id/2193538/?GT1=38001

    I hope people like Scott Peterson are eating it for every meal.
     
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  3. Kandi372s

    Kandi372s Member

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    EEWWWW! I quess they should've thought twice before committing crime.
     
  4. bakerprune64

    bakerprune64 Former Member

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    A little OY here, but does that mean if a person is raised in a household where mom's cooking is absolutely horrid, that they can file a lawsuit for cruel and unusual punishment? lmao, I could'nt resist.

    Seriously though, they don't deserve any better IMO.
     
  5. Pandora

    Pandora New Member

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    Unfortunately, the corrections officers often end up wearing it. :(
     
  6. Filly

    Filly KICKING AND SHINING

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    SJ, that is very interesting. Thank you. All I have to say is "Yummmy".:crazy:
     
  7. TaylorJ4

    TaylorJ4 Member

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    I'm serving on the Grand Jury right now-in a few weeks we will tour all the area penal institutions and we get to eat lunch at the jail.

    I figure if soldiers can eat ancient MREs, prisoners can eat somethings they don't like...

    Shannon
     
  8. Txmom

    Txmom New Member

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    If the prisoners dont like what they are offered---(as my mother would say) then dont eat. Starve to death, personally I dont care. Ive bought and choked down some granola bars that I didnt particulary think were very good, but I ate them anyway. If you are hungry enough just about anything tastes decent.
     
  9. kline

    kline New Member

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    LOL! I can attest to that! NEVER lean down to talk to an inmate through the Bean Slot in his door.
    The worst thing I got hit with was a bowl full of Cherios and Piss.
    Id take Nutriloaf ANY day.
     
  10. Pandora

    Pandora New Member

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    We won't discuss what my dad came home wearing a couple of times! :eek:
    The SCI where he worked had glass cells for inmates who were "throwers" of all things nasty; they were usually reserved for those w/ communicable diseases (in the days before HIV/AIDS). However, the ACLU had them declared cruel & unusual punishment and they were dismantled. :(

    (Of course this same prison had a basement that was literally a dungeon. It has been abandoned for years--since before he started working there in 1972. When he toured it as a new CO, he was shocked to see the manacles, etc., still attached to the walls! I'll bet the ACLU would just LOVE that!)
     
  11. GlitchWizard

    GlitchWizard Reprobate

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    Everyone who has ever been on a diet has eaten things they didn't like.
    Has anyone TRIED Nutrisystem? *gag*
     

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