posted on Aug, 30 2013 @ 04:23 PM
Business as usually. Who knows the owners of the prisons may even start competing with the real firemen for the job, as a majority of prisons are
privatized. And seeing as there workers would do it for a fraction of the cost. One day we may have fireman doing the good ol "they took our jobzz"
skit. But seriously they are already pretty much indentured slaves, now they get the pleasure of putting out fires while the prisons make money and
probably charge the same fee a real fire district would, of which only .01% of it would be passed on to these new breed of firefighters.
Non violent criminals, so I take it a majority of them got busted smoking or selling weed and other hardcore drugs, or maybe missed a bill on there
car or house and had to take some drastic measures. I mean this may help there resume when they get out, most likely not as even if your a
citizen with no record what so ever you practically have to know someone to get, so its just as likely that this is more of the same business as usual
then any altruistic motives. Because few who are in the system actually leave the system completely, its a job and cycle in and withing itself and
in some cases its harder to get out of it, then it is to get out of the mafia. But we shall see what comes of it. If somewhere down the line you
see firefighters bidding and competing with prison systems for jobs, well you know what was really going on. Don't think it will happen to that
degree, if anything this may just be the states cheep and less costly $ answer to fighting those wildfires which come every and each year.