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Bondage: Campus Parking Ticket Roundup 2 – bondage text on Kindle at amazon.com by Felix Dartmouth – just released

I’m pleased to announce the release of my 5th title on Kindle at amazon.com – Bondage:  Campus Parking Ticket Roundup 2

Bondage: Campus Parking Ticket Roundup 2 - bondage text on Kindle at amazon.com by Felix Dartmouth
Bondage: Campus Parking Ticket Roundup 2 – bondage text on Kindle at amazon.com by Felix Dartmouth

Bondage:  Campus Parking Ticket Roundup 2
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075QD1YRP
Bondage:  Campus Parking Ticket Roundup 2

You can access all the text publications by Felix Dartmouth at his author page:

Many of the text works by Felix are available to subscribers at Archives BBS Member Site.

Here is a blub about Felix (me) at the amazon.com author page:

Felix Dartmouth has been a provider of photographic, video and text content to the world wide web, published on his own site since opening Archives BBS (www.archw.com) as a dial-up service in 1993.

In the 1980s Felix prepared and submitted manuscripts to House of Milan and Harmony Communications, but was not able to conclude a deal to be published in their popular publications. After the advent of online communications, Felix found a ready audience for his works on his own site, but also on the USENET newsgroups (alt.sex.stories) and (alt.sex.stories.bondage).

As was the custom at the time in these newsgroups, text works were published serially (fragmented) and that format was maintained by Felix for all of his writings. Responding to numerous calls to consolidate the various story-lines into unified “book” format, Felix is beginning to publish on the Kindle Reader. Please look for additional titles in the coming months!

Here are a few nice things that readers have said about Felix Dartmouth’s bondage text writing:

“Re: [ARCHIVE] Felix wins “Best Bondage Writer” – Congratulations, Felix — of all the awards this year, I think yours was the most-deserved in its category. Obviously, nobody campaigned for that stupid “Best Scene from Mainstream Media” category, but in all the other categories, the other commercial webmasters waged relentless campaigns of Usenet spam and self-promotion to drive out the vote for themselves and their models. Your award was classy: a rare case of the clear-cut Best in Show winning on his own merits. Well done!”

“Hello Felix, first and foremost let me wish you a happy new year. I just finished reading your year in review and was very glad that you wrote: ” Also, I plan to increase my output of fiction, which suffered somewhat, including the Campus Parking, Christina Wilson, Moot Court, and the Pi Lambda Kappa series.” I just wanted to observe that to me you are one of the finest writers in bondage fiction and I sure would appreciate reading more of your works.”

“I had the pleasure of reading the first two parts of Campus Parking Ticket Roundup and wanted to comment on it. You are an excellent writer, and I make a living writing, so I don’t make such compliments idly. You’re willing to take your time, let the eroticism creep in. You don’t try to bludgeon the reader with sex or sexual situations, but try to start with reality and take a detour, veering back to reality often enough to make the erotic parts seem realistic, even though they aren’t.”

“Thanks for your quick reply. However, I’ve spent much time on your BBS just trying to find the next story of “A Woman Imprisoned in Bondage”, but I still cannot find the EXACT one. I must admit that I like that novel very much and I am eager to know what happened after Angelica was put into that erotic prison.

“I know it’s just an excerpt from “An Easy Job”, but I just don’t know where I can read the WHOLE novel. I found your “Damsels in Distress”, but only 12 earlier stories from “An Easy Job” appears. I also used the file search to search “Angelica”, “An Easy Job”…even “Felix”, but I still could only find some odd stories that weren’t the continuation of “A Woman Imprisoned in Bondage”.

Please be kind as to let me know the answer as soon as possible. Your story has aroused me up but how can you just show me an abrupt ending that way? This is a kind of torture and cruelty. 🙂

In my country, it very hard to apply a VISA or Mastercard since the communist country just doesn’t allow people to freely take capitals to the outside world. So I wait almost a year to get a VISA and pay to be your BBS member! Please take this into your consideration —- for almost a whole year I have imagined many times how Angelica’s story should go on and now I cannot wait to see the answer!”

I thank everyone for these nice comments!

Prisoner Caption – Vika Part 1

Television presenter Vika had always been fiercely competitive, so when there seemed to be competition; developing to host a new show that was tipped to be a hit, she did whatever it took to crush it!

She subjected her main opponent to a campaign which involved coordinated death threats and vandalism against her property, causing her to remove herself from the public eye and handing the job to Vika (@vika_model). Until, that is, the trail of the investigation reacher her.

Charged with multiple offenses, she lost her jobs and eventually agreed to a plea bargain, under the terms of which she would report to prison withing 30 days to start her 4 – 6-year sentence.

She used that time to arrange a controversial photo shoot in which she was shown in various prison restraints, an attempt to make light of what had happened and her upcoming punishment and set the stage for a comeback when she is released.

It was widely condemned but made sure that she remained talked about, something that will be vital as she is locked away and removed from the public eye for the years to come.

Story – Audited – Young women sentenced, handcuffed and jailed

Nobody wants to be audited, but the new crime audits make being audited by the IRS look like a walk in the park. Under the terms of the Criminal Accountability Act, citizens are randomly chosen, and every aspect of their life and past is thoroughly investigated. Large amounts of data are available to investigators at the Criminal Audit Division of the FBI. Bank records, security camera footage from locations and times the audited person was known to be at, and cellphone records and emails are accessible.

The letter informing the recipient that they have been audited is hand delivered. From that point they have two months to fill out and return what is called a ‘declaration’ and a ‘bid’. The declaration is a list of all criminal offenses that the audited person thinks that they have committed, together with as many details as they can remember. The bid is the suggestion that the audited person makes about what their punishment should be. At this point, they have no idea what the CAD knows about what they have done. They are told that they must record every single crime they can recall, but in practice this involves a guessing game about what the investigators will be likely to find. The more that the audited person reveals about their criminal offenses (especially ones unknown to the auditors) the more likely the CAD are likely to be lenient. One of the ways in which they can be lenient is to accept a low bid.

Obviously, the complexity of all this makes hiring an attorney necessary. At the moment, the system is relatively new, so even the most experienced attorneys are still trying to find the best ways to help their clients. What crimes should they declare? What should their bids be like? They want to try and secure the lowest possible sentence but bid too low and the CAD will seek a total sentence that tends towards the upper end of the sentencing rules. Ultimately a judge decides, but they have not yet rejected an accepted bid or deviated much from the recommended sentence requested by CAD after a rejected bid. If the CAD attribute any additional crimes to the defendant beyond what they have declared, they can challenge them, but it invalidates their bid which may otherwise be accepted by the CAD with a recommendation for an additional element based on the added offenses. Rejection of additional crimes usually results in a criminal trial on those charges. If the defendant has already admitted to enough criminal offenses to warrant it, CAD usually requests that they be held on remand ahead of the trial, and this is usually granted and does not count towards any final sentence. So the incentive is there to be as thorough and accepting as possible.

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Story – Judge Reynolds

He hadn’t been a completely popular choice for the American Prison Reform Association’s ‘Man of the Year’ award, but in the reception before the ceremony he won over some of the doubters. As Judge Anthony Reynolds worked the room, he knew who favored him and who didn’t. He was courteous and charming to those who were pleased he was there, but he made a real effort on those who weren’t so pleased.

He was being honored for setting up and leading the Prison Welfare Commission, an organization which had been credited for making prison safer for inmates, and campaigning for prisoners to be able to work and not stay in their cells all day. No-one at the award ceremony had a problem with the work of the Commission. They did believe that in spite of his work with the Commission, Judge Reynolds passed harsh sentences and therefore shouldn’t be given the award.

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Incarceration Experiment – A Reader Replies

We have received an email from a reader, Rick, and are grateful he has agreed to allow us to publish it (please refer to the previous article):

‘Someone showed me the reports on the Incarceration Experiment, thanks to your reporters for publicizing what is going on. My girlfriend was planning to drive through that state on the way to visit relatives, but as she seems to think the speed limit is advice not a law and sometimes uses her cellphone or puts on make-up while driving, I’ve suggested to her that she takes an alternative route. If she gets caught and jailed, I don’t plan on taking on more work to keep her out of the ‘default’ conditions!

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