This is Thomas, or Tommy Gun as we call him. This sweet furry little guy is the son of one of my best friends Althea and very important member of our family. He was found severely injured a few days ago. After being rushed to the kitty ER we found out he has a broken pelvis and needs his tail removed. He’s already home and alert and doing way better than expected but needs bed rest. What he needs most is special healthy food, medicine and wee wee pads since he cant walk. The paypal email to donate to Tommy is Althea_best@yahoo.com Any way you can help this awesome little man would mean the world to us all. Revolt will also be planning a tattoo fund raiser very soon.
Thank you so much hun! I love his guts and Revolt means the world to us. :D
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Bronson’s Art Career
With all those years in prison, Bronson has had plenty of time to develop a reputation as an “outsider artist.” He’s won seven Koestler awards for art and poetry and has had his work featured—illegally—on the London Underground as well as published in several newspapers and magazines (with all the proceeds donated, by him, to children’s hospices). However, it all went wrong when Bronson’s prison art teacher, Phil Danielson, took a vested interest in Bronson as a gifted student. He got pretty close to Bronson and their relationship blossomed into something like trust until one day he was overly critical of one of Bronson’s paintings.
Bronson lost it. He tied up Danielson with a skipping rope and then fashioned a spear out of a knife and a pool cue and held Danielson hostage for 44 hours, all the while gibbering, ranting and raving, and forcing Danielson to march around the room for his amusement. Bronson will probably never be released after this incident—it garnered him a life sentence. Danielson, traumatized by the incident, will probably never work again.