A day’s work is "Clown Rounds" in the hospital halls. THE PRISONER We do have prisoners occasionally in the hospital. You can tell because they have a guard sitting outside their door. It depends on the guard if you can do a little entertaining or not. This particular man was not a prisoner. I could tell he had suffered a stroke. He was paralyzed on one side with his face drooping. He head was down, he was slumped over in his wheelchair. I thought he might be napping. I walked up close and stood in front of him and waited for some sort of reaction before beginning to interact. He looked at my big shoes and slowly looked up until our eyes met. In a monotone voice he said, “what are you in for?” I thought it was a funny comment. What a spontaneous reaction. I could tell his sense of humor was intact.