I Like My Prisoners Charcoaled

You're looking at some of the victims of a prison fire in Honduras. These prisoners all apparently got a life sentence. I wonder what it smells like in there. Maybe something like burnt Mexican food.

32 Comments
  • frankdrebin April 23, 2012

    even the cartels are giving this one a standing ovation

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  • bugshit April 23, 2012

    I'm OK with this!!!

    +1
  • urapnes1701d April 23, 2012

    This must be the life sentence.

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  • srjordan April 23, 2012

    Crispety, crunchety.

    -1
  • lenny9651 April 23, 2012

    a life sentence in honduras is about a week

    +2
  • kane April 23, 2012

    Dude, don't wake 'em up yet.

    +0
  • badgrim April 23, 2012

    KFC's aggressive new menu for cannibals

    +1
  • onetime42 April 23, 2012

    \"Someone needs to adjust the settings on the new tanning beds!\"

    +7
  • rockinron April 23, 2012

    easy clean up, add more gas and buy a broom.

    -7
  • crazyasshole April 23, 2012

    A little too overdone! they should cook them to a proper temp and feed the meat to the prisoners

    -1
  • vulture April 23, 2012

    next time grill them on a lower temp

    -1
  • crazyvet April 23, 2012

    One quick solution to prison overcrowding.

    +1
  • drunkard April 23, 2012

    The Shawshank barbecue.

    +2
  • biggertalk April 23, 2012

    shit

    -5
  • pullmyfinger April 23, 2012

    tomorrow meat entree.

    -2
  • sharkkiller1 April 23, 2012

    it probably smells better after the fire and all the burnt bodies

    -2
  • pizzapie April 23, 2012

    Kill the guy who put out the fire before they were done

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  • ohwickedwendi April 23, 2012

    Now no one has to spend any more money on those lifers.

    +0
  • handsomedevil April 23, 2012

    i didn't know they had jews in honduras. keep them ovens hot, compadres.

    +0
  • d90girl April 23, 2012

    Ohhhhh, look what I'm not cleaning up !!

    +0
  • killtacular April 23, 2012

    Do you like your Mexicants regular, or extra crispy?

    +0
  • anomalous April 23, 2012

    They're called refried beans 'cause they can't do it right the FIRST fuckin' time!

    +2
  • biggertalk April 23, 2012

    ^ Adam specifically said they were from Honduras, get an education son.

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  • biggertalk April 23, 2012

    that was @killtacular.

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  • fiercepierce April 23, 2012

    If the U.S. could do that in our prison that would be the proper use of taxpayer monies. Why cremate one at a time, when for a few more dollars you can cook twenty or thirty at a time. Thereby saving taxpayers money.

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  • fiercepierce April 23, 2012

    ^^biggertalk^^ You make stupid comments like that and you wonder why CS people don't like your nigga ass.

    +1
  • biggertalk April 23, 2012

    ^^^Haters gonna hate, they don't like being told the truth about shit. sorry folks.

    -6
  • fiercepierce April 24, 2012

    And, still you wonder why CS people don’t like your nigga ass.

    +0
  • biggertalk April 24, 2012

    you think I give a fuck?

    -4
  • killtacular April 24, 2012

    lol. Here, Educate thyself, ya stupid nig-nog. ump to: navigation, search

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    Republic of Honduras

    República de Honduras

    Flag Coat of arms

    Motto: "Libre, Soberana e Independiente" (Spanish)

    "Free, Sovereign and Independent"

    Anthem:

    Himno Nacional de Honduras

    National Anthem of Honduras

    Honduras National Anthem.ogg

    Capital

    (and largest city) Tegucigalpa

    14°6′N 87°13′W

    Official language(s) Spanish

    Recognised regional languages English, Garifuna, Miskito,and other indigenous languages.

    Ethnic groups 90% Mestizo mixture of European and American Indian

    7% Amerindian

    2% Black

    1% White[1]

    Demonym Honduran, Catracho

    Government Constitutional republic

    - President Porfirio Lobo Sosa

    - Vice President María Antonieta de Bográn

    - President of the National Congress Juan Orlando Hernández

    - President of the Supreme Court Jorge Rivera Avilés

    Independence from Spain, First Mexican Empire, and the Federal Republic of Central America

    - Declared 15 September 1821 (as part of Federal Republic of Central America)

    - from the First Mexican Empire 1 July 1823

    - Declared 5 November 1838 (as Honduras)

    Area

    - Total 112,492 km2 (102nd)

    43,278 sq mi

    Population

    - 2010 estimate 8,249,574 (94th)

    - 2007 census 7,529,403

    - Density 64/km2 (128th)

    166/sq mi

    GDP (PPP) 2011 estimate

    - Total $35.697 billion[2]

    - Per capita $4,345[2]

    GDP (nominal) 2011 estimate

    - Total $17.381 billion[2]

    - Per capita $2,115[2]

    Gini (1992–2007) 55.3[3] (high)

    HDI (2010) increase 0.604[4] (medium) (106th)

    Currency Lempira (HNL)

    Time zone CST (UTC−6)

    Drives on the Right

    ISO 3166 code HN

    Internet TLD .hn

    Calling code 504

    1 "Libre, soberana e independiente" is the official motto, by congressional order, and was put on the coat of arms.

    2 Estimates explicitly take into account the effects of excess mortality due to AIDS; this can result in lower life expectancy, higher infant mortality and death rates, lower population and growth rates, and changes in the distribution of population by age and sex than would otherwise be expected, as of July 2007.

    Honduras[5] is a republic in Central America. It was at times referred to as Spanish Honduras to differentiate it from British Honduras, which became the modern-day state of Belize.[6] The country is bordered to the west by Guatemala, to the southwest by El Salvador, to the southeast by Nicaragua, to the south by the Pacific Ocean at the Gulf of Fonseca, and to the north by the Gulf of Honduras, a large inlet of the Caribbean Sea.

    Honduras was home to several important indigenous cultures, most notably the Maya. Much of the country was conquered by Spain who introduced its predominant language and many of its customs in the sixteenth century. It became independent in 1821 and has been a republic since the end of Spanish rule.

    Its size is just over 112,492 km² with an estimated population of almost eight million.[7] Its capital is Tegucigalpa. Its northern portions are part of the Western Caribbean Zone.

    It is notable for its production of minerals, tropical fruit, and recently for exportation of clothing for the international market. Read'em and weep, nigga. SPANISH. MEXICO. Or might as well be.

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  • killtacular April 24, 2012

    Honduras[5] is a republic in Central America. It was at times referred to as Spanish Honduras to differentiate it from British Honduras, which became the modern-day state of Belize.[6] The country is bordered to the west by Guatemala, to the southwest by El Salvador, to the southeast by Nicaragua, to the south by the Pacific Ocean at the Gulf of Fonseca, and to the north by the Gulf of Honduras, a large inlet of the Caribbean Sea.

    Honduras was home to several important indigenous cultures, most notably the Maya. Much of the country was conquered by Spain who introduced its predominant language and many of its customs in the sixteenth century. It became independent in 1821 and has been a republic since the end of Spanish rule.

    Its size is just over 112,492 km² with an estimated population of almost eight million.[7] Its capital is Tegucigalpa. Its northern portions are part of the Western Caribbean Zone.

    It is notable for its production of minerals, tropical fruit, and recently for exportation of clothing for the international market.

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  • banger1987 April 24, 2012

    and thats why Arson is a serious crime kids.

    +1
 
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