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hte-1-hsaman Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013
I grew up in Arizona. I started getting arrested and put in Juve(niled Detention) when I was about 15. I got arrested so many times....but because I was not 18 yet, they could not put me in adult prison. The last time I was put in Juve, I was 17. I forgot how many times I had been put in there...it was alot. I got into trouble alot.

So if yall have any questions about Juve, then bring it on :) I'd love to answer 'em.
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x666NiGhTmArE666x Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013
Why were you arrested all those times?
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:iconhte-1-hsaman:
hte-1-hsaman Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
(Sigh...) I had a bad temper. I would get frustrated because when I had a conflict with someone, due partly to my Asperger's Autism Spectrum Disorder, (though I take full responsibility), I had trouble handling information cramming into my head - my mind is hypersensitive to certain kinds of reactions from people. My brain would get overloaded trying to cope with the intensified experience of the other person's thoughts, emotions, et cetera, and I would get frustrated and freak out. In short, I couldn't handle judgements or criticism.

I got arrested all those times, because I got so angry and out of control all those times; people couldn't deal with my rage, and had to call the cops. Additionally, I had a tendency to break my own bones in my fits of rage and frustration, so the cops considered me a danger to myself.
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krissygalaxis Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Student General Artist
I don't have a question. I just want to post this :iconiamcoolplz:
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:iconhte-1-hsaman:
hte-1-hsaman Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
Yeah, I get it.
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Key-Master-Himeko Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013   Traditional Artist
Never been caught, never been arrested. Anyshabootles. What was it like in general? (soo original, I know, but I dunno where to begin)
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hte-1-hsaman Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
Well...the most important thing I can say, is that in Juve I learned how to live simple and not take things for granted.

Showers were two-minutes long, and usually cold; so I learned to shower quick and not take warm water for granted, (that warm water costs money...and it's quite a freaking blessing). I didn't get a bed; I got a metal cot with a pad on it, and no pillow; and the blankets...were made of some kind of recycled material. There was a toilet in my cell, or rather, a toilet/mirorless sink, with no soap. As for t.p. you had to ask for it, and they'd only give you a wad of it. You know, it's these small things that on the outs you take for granted...
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Key-Master-Himeko Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013   Traditional Artist
Wow. If only people could really understand perspective like that, you know? Like all these spoiled kids talking about not getting an iphone or car for the holidays.
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hte-1-hsaman Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2013
Yeah, I know. Gosh...when I was twelve, I couldn't even have a wallet, or a c.d. player, let alone a freaking credit card or iphone or whatever - although, they didn't have iphones back then, but still...
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Key-Master-Himeko Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2013   Traditional Artist
I know! The worst part is they're so entitled they don't see it as being spoiled. Scourge of the planet, they are.
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hte-1-hsaman Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2013
Hwewh, though, I remember back in the day, around the year 2000 - the New Millenium - when I was nine years old, and I got my first Gameboy Color. Remember those? And back then, everyone still had v.c.r.s to watch videos - those old vhs movies. You could go down to a Blockbuster and rent them. Then later on, dvd's became really popular.

Yeah, that's what happened; the cell phones and all those other electronic devices became more advanced, and as a result, nowadays people take them for granted; so there are little kids goin' around with their own damn laptops, cell phones, iphones, ipads, and credit cards - I know twelve-year olds whose parents - not rich parents by the way - let their kids go around, with 50 bucks in their wallets! Like I said, when I was a kid, I couldn't even have a wallet, and my parents would NEVER have let me go around with anything more than maybe five bucks, to get some candy at the local Walmart. 50 bucks would have been - and still would be - like a dream for me!
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