Posted: Dec 27, 2011 3:50 am
by LucidFlight
Actually, this idea opens up a whole new range of employment opportunities: disability assessors, unproductivity detection squads... not to mention an absolute plethora of jobs to service the euthanisation industry: euthanasation equipment developers and manufacturers, administrators, support personell, counsellors, live human and human remains transport and disposal technicians, truck drivers, cleaners, organ salvagers — the list goes on.