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Interview with Frank and Adam

JM: How many meals did you get per day?
Frank: I was given three meals per day.
Adam: 3 meals but lunch and dinners called sacks of shit

JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why.
Frank: I would rate the food as lacking substance and possibly nutrition. The meals themselves were skimpy and sometimes I could identify what type of meat we had. We would call it mystery meat. It appeared to be some kind of a patty but we were never sure of exactly what we were eating sometimes.
Adam: poor breakfast is ok but lunch and dinner they call sacks of shit which is 2 bologna sandwiches a sack of potato chips and pack of snack crackers, na na na na na na na na na na n an a na na na na na na na n a

JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals?
Frank: I usually found breakfast to be more favorable because it was usually either sausage, eggs, cereal or pancakes and coffee.
Adam: yes the sacks of shit its all the same.nanan na na na na na na na na na nan na

JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it?
Frank: The snacks that were offered outside of our meals were refried beans, tortilla shells, peanut butter in squeeze packages, honeybuns and chips. The prices were fairly reasonable. I would say the food wasn't too expensive.
Adam: no snacks provided.but commissary you can order except each time you go to jeffco jail you pay 25 dollars each time and it must be pai+d before you can receive commissary. so if you order anytime you've also saw the nurse to get Tylenol or etc that nurse visit costs you 30 dollars and must also be paid proior to getting commissayr.commissary is also considerably high in price

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