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The local government is on a big anti-drug campaign. And one of the main themes this time is how you may have a lot of friends with your drugs, but once all your friends die or get busted and then you get busted, you'll be very lonely in prison. We're big on prisons. So there's a whole TV campaign telling the story of a pathetic young man who lost all his friends and sits forlornly in his cell. So, scare tactics and prison prison prison! After all, since our kids don't listen to the stuff like "Drug abuse will fry your brain cells" or "You can die", the only thing left to do is remind them that they're living in a country that doles out some of the heaviest punishments worldwide for drug offences, and where prison beatings are legal.

So, in a stroke of genius, they've decided to bring a little bit of that cosy prison atmosphere to our commuter trains...

They stuck stripes on the windows!! The trains are fascinating from the outside, and I never knew how claustrophobic stripes make you feel once you're inside... It's freaky strange. And there's a small strip of text printed up on the side of each window which says something to the effect of "It's even lonelier in prison. Don't do drugs, stupid."

I love the prison trains. They're so cool.

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What about all the new friends you can make in prison? :)

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make sure to speak to your baby in oraciones compledas as soon as they born

is there a reason for this campaign? i mean, why is it targeted at the spanish-speaking population specifically?

I just wanted to say that.



i am free, you fweak!!

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