If you assumed this selection, get off our lawn. (Fer fuck's sake, we resisted this. And this.)"We've got miles and miles of highway that need things done to them," Chumley said. "We have had situations where we are subcontracting work to out of town and out of state to do mowing and cleaning for us."
To get the bill moved forward, Chumley said he is working with lawmakers across the aisle, including a Democratic representative in the State House who he said sees a need for change too.
Wright said he doesn't want violent offenders being put on the chain gangs, but rather people who commit lower level, nonviolent crimes, such as larceny.
"You work somebody six days a week, 12 hours a day, they don't have time to sit around and think about how to be stupid anymore," Wright said.
Sunday, March 24, 2013
Sheriffin' Ain't Hard
By M. Bouffant at 22:31
BONUS backstage footage at (19:25) & (29:40).If Sheriff Wright is correct, he must be napping 12 hrs. a day, six hrs. a wk., probably in his office.