If we can’t bust out… We should use our feminine wiles to LUST OUT. If you know what I mean, Mary-Anne. You think any guard could resist this TASTY TOMATO? Awwwww. [kissing noises] Well I guess I could just stab him.
Cheer those cheeks, Mary-Anne. I’ve determined how to stop those hoods in Cell Block C from PUSHING us around… Specifically, pushing me around. We’ll start an old fashioned PRISON GANG. And we’ll call ourselves The MISS FISTS. You see it’s like misfits, but MISS because we’re gals. And FISTS because we don’t put up with no PHONUS BALONUS! […]
Listen up, Mary-Anne. If you want to keep yourself from going SCREWY, keep track of time. The other girls waste their energy carving with rocks or shivs but I found this really nifty CHALK in the yard. I don’t know how it got in here. Maybe there’s a children’s prison nearby. Oh no! How long have I been […]
I’ve got our ticket to the trolley, Mary-Anne. It’s taken me my entire stay to do it, but I’ve constructed a lock picking contraption that’s sure to break us out of the big house! It’s made of fingernails, bedsprings, and- Doris Delaney! Yes?! [BOING] Time to go. What? Your sentence has been served. I guess this is goodbye, […]
Eat this, Mary-Anne, I ate a KNIFE! On purpose. I snuck it at dinner. One of the perks of eating by your lonesome. Thought it’d be tough, but with a little salt and pepper it went down real nice. Now to spill the silver and slice our way free! [GAGGING NOISES] Almost got it. [MORE GAGGING NOISES] THIS […]
Radio became a popular form of entertainment in the 1920s. What else was radio used for? How did it impact society? Throughout the late 1890s and early 1900s, many scientists were experimenting with radio waves, transmitters, and receivers. While Guglielmo Marconi is widely given credit for patenting the first radio, there were many others who came before—and after—Marconi […]