Creative Punishments by the judge

By Y.Muriel

 

Research shows that the number of criminals in prison has gone up dramatically, so maybe the authorities should look for creative punishments such as those of judge Michael Cicconetti. The way I see it, the approach of punishment needs to be re-examined to be sustainable in the future.

In the first place, it is very expensive to look after criminals in prison, so criminals who have broken the law by commiting less serious crimes should not be put in prison but they have to be punish by means of fines, community services or drug rehabilitation, which cost considerably less. What’s is more, people who do community service have lower reoffending rates than  those released from short prison sentences.

Another major reason is there has been an important rise in crime rates in recent years so prisons are currently crowded. And above all else, prisons sentences do not allow criminals to integrate into society because prisoners live with the worst people.

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LE e-COMTE DE MONTE CRISTO

L e    e – C o m t e   d e   M o n t e – C r i s t o

Y.Muriel

http://welovewords.com/documents/le-e-comte-de-monte-cristo

 

Bonjour à tous. Je suis  Y.Muriel. J’ai osé prendre enfin la plume pour y déposer mes mots, mes maux et mes joies.  L’écriture est un exutoire, la recherche de l’expression de l’ineffable, la beauté majestueuse de son introspection mais aussi l’ouverture à la vie. Comme une belle peinture, l’écrit peut nous offrir des frissons, des larmes mais aussi nous rassasier et nous rendre en joie pour la journée. L’exercice d’écriture est un exercice difficile, mais qui ne peut nous faire qu’évoluer dans nos propres vies.

Pour cette première prise de parole à WeLovewords, je vous propose le thème de “Le e-comte de Monte Cristo”.

 

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What would you have done if you had had a second chance?

 https://vocaroo.com/i/s1anqSn40XsM

 

By Y.Muriel

I really wish I had been able to create a reference book for internet users like Wikipedia which is a blend of wiki and encyclopaedia. If I have studied computer science, I would have become a creator of websites, and I have been able to bring an innovate wiki that was written by its readers rather than by a publishing company.

Wikipedia was created in 2001 by a non-profit organization. The idea was that people familiar with a particular topic added their knowledge to an entry. Furthermore, it has been able to build an extensive information source from readers. So when I was studying at University, I started to use more Wikipedia than traditional sources.

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A reindeer on a tram? What’s so strange about that?

By Y.Muriel

 

I can see an old woman knitting and a reindeer on a local train. I reckon they must be travelling to a Christmas party to show the reindeer to the kids. They must be going from New York to Boston along the coast. It must be winter because the woman is wearing a winter coat. Probably, it might be snowing outside. So the woman might be knitting an argyle sweater with a red and green diamond pattern for the reindeer. Maybe, she might have saved the reindeer from some hunters, so this deer may have become her pet because it seems to be comfortable next to her.

 

 

 

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Gender equality

I explain this article in the online voice record:

https://vocaroo.com/i/s0L8Qp8Ql4DE

 

One day in 1975, the women of Iceland stopped work and refused to do the housework because they wanted men respected their work, and equal wage.

In 2018, Iceland was the first country in the world where the companies have to prove gender equality. So Iceland is called the best place in the world for the woman.

There are a lot of female managers in Iceland who don’t give up their work to have children. In 1980, Iceland had a female president of the country that was the first female president in Europe at once. She says the “” was the beginning for women’s equal rights. One of the consequence was she was president.

However, after her, Iceland didn’t have another female president and the parliament losed woman and unequal rights still is.

Nowadays, the grown woman of Iceland do not want to wait for equal pay at work. Perhaps, the Iceland’s new law allows this gender equality.

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