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Imagine a life of not choosing how a persons day will go being forced to life a certain way However people must keep in mind some people leave themselves with no choice Imagine a young male adult spends his life smoking weed and drinking every day He always is stealing clothes from stores in the mall As well as being one and off probation Now this young adult is left with no choice one his daily life He now is in prison where he spends his days in a different world of people on the outside of the federal prison In most federal prisons inmates are awakened early between 530 am and 630 am by a cell-house whistle They are lined up and counted outside their cells and then they are walked down to the mess hall They are allowed to serve themselves but some prisons very on limitation of food If inmates cause any unacceptable behavior during this meal they will have to eat in their cell alone This meal is preferred to be a quiet time Breakfast is usually last around 20 minutes and afterwards inmates are expected to display their knives and forks prominently on their trays so correctional officers can count silverware for each place setting Radiger 49 In some prisons inmates might also be lead through a medal detector Prisoners can use the silverware as weapons to hurt one another guard or even help them escape After breakfast prisons have their own variations of doing things Some have a free time in the exercise yard or some go to daily jobs Prisoner with working assignments are lined up and signed their areas of work The jobs that are said to be are throughout the prison like laundry gardening workshops and clothing One can infer that the security while on duty of their job is strict The inmates are required to work with one another and things can get troublesome
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