My name is Larry Noodles. I am the guy in the white t-shirt pumping iron in the prison gym with my friends and fellow prisoners Jeff and Willy. Jeff got five years for dealing drugs. Willy got four years for tax evasion. I got 20 months for mortgage fraud. We were all locked up in the Otisville Federal prison camp. I write about the lives of guys locked up in one of the top ten white collar prisons as rated by Forbes Magazine. For almost two years I lived in close quarters with guys who made the front pages of the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Guys stripped of their wealth, prestige, power, dignity and self-respect respond to prison life in many different, and unusual ways. I may have changed a few names to protect the guilty, but everything I write is about real events and real people. I have set high standards, even for a convicted felon and disgraced attorney.