Sheldon Johnson

2020-08-15T12:26:15-04:00Childhood|

My Childhood: A Verbal Fast

I don't remember exactly what I said, but it couldn't have been more than a nanosecond after "fucking bitch" that my face exploded and blood gushed everywhere. We were grocery shopping at C-Town supermarket and I wanted the real 'Fruity Pebbles', [...]

2020-08-14T20:03:15-04:00Juveniles in Prison|

Kids Become Criminals In Juvenile Detention

At the ripe, young age of eleven, and in the fifth grade of elementary school, I was arrested and transferred to Mount Sinai psych ward for assaulting my math teacher, Mr. Friedman.  A counselor named Ms. Brown convinced the cops that I should be taken to a hospital instead of a jail cell.