Well, today started off like any other. Got up to get my workout on, feeling good and thankful I am still alive. Another chance to make something happen. I had been finished with my workout for about 30 mintues and was about to shoot some ball to get a little cardio, when I heard them call my name to report back to the unit. First thing came to my mind, were they calling me to sign my papers for the halfway house? Couldn't get back to the unit cause the gates were locked, so it would be at least another 30 minutes. Five minutes later they called me again. This time I recognized the voice, it was my unit officer Ms. Childs. So then I thought they weren't calling me to sign my halfway house papers. I thought, did I do something wrong in my room like not make my rack or leave my shoes on the floor? Yea, they want us to put our shoes on the bed, hard for me to believe they would force you to put dirty shoes on the bed. I think it's another tactic to break you down. But I was sure I had done all that, so I keep on shooting. Finally they called the move. I rushed to the unit to see what was going on. Man, was I suprised. When I got to the officer's station, she had a look on her face of total disgust. She explained to me about all the things that were wrong with my room. Our room is the size of a project closet. Normally it's a two man cell, but right now I stay by myself. She explained to me that the Warden, Asst. Warden, Capt, and Lt. had raided my room. I added up all those people salaries and couldn't believe it. The Warden makes close to 150k a year. Asst. 125k. Capt. 100k. And the Lt about 50k. First thing that came to my mind was what a waste of taxpayers money. They were worried about me using a second locker. My old celly had still used the locker to keep milk and that drove them up the wall. I was like man, if they spent this much energy to do my halfway house papers I would have been on the streets. But here they are worried about how we hang our clothes behind the locker, and not wanting us to hang our towels out to dry. Next thing came to my mind was retaliation about me complaining about my halfway house. Congresswoman Waters called down and they lied to her. I figured this was a pay back. Already frustrated, I should be on the streets right now but I'm still incarcerated. Had my blood steaming, but I was able to gain my composure and look at the bright side. It will all be over in a minute.