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    Default Life in a garrison community - what's it really like?

    Madhacker inspired this thread. What's life in a garrison community really like?
    Somebody who has lived in one or is living in one, please just share what is really going on for those of us who don't know.
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    Default Re: Life in a garrison community - what's it really like?

    I have a friend who lives/lived in Grants Pen, some stuff he used to tell me.

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    The law is swift.

    Unity is priority #1.

    Internal security not a problem (as long as there is no war).

    Ignorance is prevalent.

    Joblessness is a norm.

    Alignment to one political party is a must.

    Distrust of the security force (the legal one).

    Women have babies like chicken laying egg.

    Among other things.
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    what is a garrison community ?
    look at the patience that I'm demonstratin'
    After a week or two I usually start eliminatin'
    But we got thru the convo on the phone
    Now we finally chillin' in the condo all alone
    I tried to be the expressive, without bein' aggressive
    Just bein suggestive, a lil more impressive

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    When Justice originally sed law is swift, I thought he was reffering to Babylon. However furhter down in teh post, it's obvious that the law is internal. {distrust of the securiyt force}

    I would love for Justice to elaborate on point number one.
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    Default Re: Life in a garrison community - what's it really like?

    Quote Originally Posted by acidblade
    what is a garrison community ?

    I was wondering the same too Acid.


    A garrison community sounds like a community that is at war against established authority.
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    Default Re: Life in a garrison community - what's it really like?

    @ BM: In some sense it is. In another sense it is the option for the outcast of society. A house in these community is either free or no more than 100G (and 100G is expensive), so when you can’t afford the outside world you move here. Electricity, water and cable is ‘free’.

    @Twinkie: you dare not break the law set in these community there isn’t a written piece of paper going around with the rules of survival, you just know that certain things you dare not do else the punishment range from a shot in the foot, beating, murdered and stuffed in a barrel or for a period of time your life in on chalk line.
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    Sounds about right, my source was telling me about this guy who was taken to Garrison court for rape, with the guy defending himself against allegations from the girl and her mom, (the girl was mentally retarded).

    He lost, after the girl shouted "a you fcuk me." To the amusement of the crowd.

    Punishment was a severe beating, and my source said one of the guys in the crowd had up the guy for something and used the opportunity to cut him up without fear of reprisal.
    Last edited by nester-san; January 25, 2006 at 08:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justice
    @ BM: In some sense it is. In another sense it is the option for the outcast of society. A house in these community is either free or no more than 100G (and 100G is expensive), so when you can’t afford the outside world you move here. Electricity, water and cable is ‘free’.
    It appears like the people in these garrison communities are relinquishing alot of their individual freedoms in exchange for a house and 'free' electricity. That is alot to give up from my standpoint.

    Quote Originally Posted by Justice
    you dare not break the law set in these community there isn’t a written piece of paper going around with the rules of survival, you just know that certain things you dare not do else the punishment range from a shot in the foot, beating, murdered and stuffed in a barrel or for a period of time your life in on chalk line.
    This reminds me of Jonestown and Waco. Sounds like a dictatorship to me.
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    Default Re: Life in a garrison community - what's it really like?

    Quote Originally Posted by nester-san
    Sounds about right, my source was telling me about this guy who was taken to Garrison court for rape, with the guy defending himself against allegations from the girl and her mom, (the girl was mentally retarded).

    He lost, after the girl shouted "a you fcuk me." To the amusement of the crowd.

    Punishment was a severe beating, and my source said one of the guys in the crowd had up the guy for something and used the opportunity to cut him up without fear of reprisal.
    That is how they proved the man's guilt? What happened to physical evidence like semen and DNA?
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