Construction was booming because real estate was too (Im talking pre bubble), the financial industry was going great fof the back of that... I cant think of any sector that was bad besides the military.
I have had this discussion many times where I work.
You need to be really careful, adding agents to food with the intention of making somebody physically ill is very illegal.
The usual response I get is "but they were stealing!" but that means fuck all, even if you could prove petty theft you would be in fuckloads more trouble and you will be prosecuted as an example.
They won't of course, because it would be fucking easy to say it was a mistake and portray themselves as a victim of a poisoner, maybe you wouldn't believe them but there would be no way of them getting found guilty.
That said, my old man had a lunch thief until one of the others took in a chinese container with spaghetti noodles mixed with dogshit.
I almost got in shit today talking to a Pali hen who works with me.
While remarking on how successful Hamas had been I merely said that some of those released had committed some terrible crimes, she challenged my comment and I mentioned child murder as an example and she started going batshit raising her voice insisting that Palis did not do this. At one point she made a veiled threat about her husband.
I'm going to have fun with this in the coming weeks.
Israeli-Palestinian prisoner swap completed
October 18, 2011 - 6:29PM
Done deal ... Gilad Shalit is to be released. Photo: Reuters
Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, who has been held in captivity in Gaza for more than five years, has arrived in Egypt after being released by Hamas, an Israeli military source says.
He was transferred to Egypt by Hamas 10 minutes ago, and an Israeli colonel will check his state of health, the source told Agence France-Presse.
Afterwards, he will be transferred to Israel at around 9am (1800 AEDT).
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The armed wing of the Hamas movement confirmed Shalit has been freed and handed to Egypt under a prisoner exchange deal.