The prison system in America is in dire straits. Maybe even dire gays, we don't know. It's that bad. We sent out a team to get to the bottom of things, but their camels came back laden with nothing but undrank water and ennui. No number of reality shows on Spike TV about prisons can stem the tide, and according to the Department of Corrections, all of us are currently or will be incarcerated sometime before this article is over. It's madness.
Donald Trump, philanthropist, chiropodist, somnambulist, does not want to continue feeding the broken machine of our prison system. He sees that incarceration is not always the answer. After all, it costs almost $80 a day to keep someone in prison. With nearly 2.3 million people incarcerated in the U.S., that's around $63 billion a year. Do you know what you could buy with that kind of money? A really keen-looking sofa and all kinds of higher quality deli meats. You could really just forget you ever even knew what bologna was and live off of luxurious, thin-sliced sexopotamus.
Thick-cut gives you more of that endangered flavor, while thin-sliced gives you more of the sex.