Finding it hard to express just the right sentiment to your loved one in prison? A Los Angeles company may have the answer. Attorney Terrye L. Cheathem noticed a market Hallmark wasn't serving and founded Three Squares Greetings, which provides cards for inmates.
"With more than 2.5 million people incarcerated in the Unites States today, I saw that there was a tremendous need," she said.
Some express simple good wishes: "We are all praying for you while you do your time."
But most show a tougher sort of love.
A Christmas greeting partly reads: "You had the choice to be 'naughty or nice.' And you chose ... Oh well, now you have to do your time."
I had to post this, because I just KNOW that Dopers can come up with much better lines for "Sorry You've Been Incarcerated" cards than this.
Go to it.