Watching your back 24/7
You can’t trust anyone in prison, which is people need to constantly be on the lookout. Even those you consider friends or at least acquaintances can turn on you at any moment. After release, you don’t lose that sense of trusting no one and watching your back. It sticks with you for a while or even possibly forever.
However, we can relate to the other point in this guy’s story: self-checkout aisles. How do you even work those machines, and why do retail stores trust us? We read a story about someone who purchased a PlayStation 4 for just $15 after inputting it as carrots (or some other random vegetable).