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A minute of your life could save the rest of mine. Please sign the petition for my clemency. | My essays:
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Ross Ulbricht Jul 6
It’s a brand new day. It is ours to live and enjoy, to make something of or not, and then to be lost forever.
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Free_Ross Jun 26
335,000+ have signed Ross's petition & it is currently the largest clemency petition to President Trump on Change 250+ organizations & leaders from across the political spectrum have voiced their support RT if you think it's time to !
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Ross Ulbricht Jun 26
Remaking the Maker Protocol: Lessons from traditional banking applied to an important blockchain application.
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Ross Ulbricht Jun 16
Oh my! I never thought I'd see my face in Times Square! A huge thanks to a very generous supporter for making this possible. Now our message is being heard in the heart of NYC!
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Ross Ulbricht Jun 9
Prison is a long, hard road. There is no way I can thank enough those who have stuck by me: my mom, dad and sister, my angel ♥️, and a crew of solid friends and family. A journey like this lets you know who is real.
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Ross Ulbricht Jun 9
Prison is a long, hard road. There is no way I can thank enough those who have stuck by me: my mom, dad and sister, my angel ♥️, and a crew of solid friends and family. A journey like this lets you know who is real.
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Ross Ulbricht Jun 5
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Ross Ulbricht Jun 4
After a year and half, I have read the Old Testament from start to finish. I started it at USP Florence and just kept going. Jewish and Christian faith is much deeper than I had realized.
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Ross Ulbricht May 30
With all the prisoners locked down and no one to uproot them, little patches of grass are growing all over the compound. Life is always ready to thrive if it’s allowed to.
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Ross Ulbricht May 26
Just finished “Console Wars” by . I relived parts of my childhood, especially the time I spent at friends’ houses playing Sega and Nintendo. It’s crazy how much money, expertise and corporate power went behind those games.
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Ross Ulbricht May 21
Replying to @RealRossU
It’s official, I’m on the vegetarian menu: tofu and beans mostly. Feels good :)
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Free_Ross May 20
Times Square says FREE ROSS!
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Ross Ulbricht May 19
I may have found a way to solve the problem some platforms are facing. It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a while. I hope you enjoy it.
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Ross Ulbricht May 19
I may have found a way to solve the problem some platforms are facing. It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a while. I hope you enjoy it.
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Ross Ulbricht May 18
This prison meat is not doing me well :( I’m thinking of getting on the vegetarian menu.
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Ross Ulbricht May 14
Do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.
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Ross Ulbricht May 11
I walk along a cliff’s edge above an abyss of isolation and despair, but your support keeps me from stumbling off.
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Ross Ulbricht May 8
I just came off a 4-day fast/meditation retreat. Lots of clarity and energy now. Great way to spend time locked in a cell.
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Ross Ulbricht May 4
Just finished “The Monk and the Philosopher,” a dialogue between a French father (a world-class philosopher) and his son who became a Buddhist monk, studying under Tibet’s great masters. They tackle life’s deepest questions and history’s greatest tragedies.
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Ross Ulbricht May 1
I am considering a long meditation retreat. I can turn all this distraction-free time into an opportunity, right?
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