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(Sun News Network)   Toronto jail criticized for: A) Overcrowding, B) Inmate abuse, C) Serving chicken to prison staff after it had been dropped on the floor   (sunnewsnetwork.ca) divider line 33
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2013-03-02 01:22:57 PM
At least they seem to have curbed the anal rape after dropped soap problem.
 
2013-03-02 01:23:44 PM
I like my chicken like I like my women; dropped on the floor........... AND COVERED IN BEES!!!
 
2013-03-02 01:24:28 PM
This is why it's unsafe to have floors coated in Hobo spider venom....
 
2013-03-02 01:28:35 PM
Why are they feeding the staff in the first place?
 
2013-03-02 01:28:39 PM
And Château le Blanc '68 is supposed to be served slightly chilled
 
2013-03-02 01:30:42 PM

"Public health inspector Jim Chan said a tray of jerk chicken was dropped on the kitchen's floor, placed back on the metal tray by kitchen staff, and then served to administrative staff, including some guards."

Was the jerkstore out of chicken that day?

 
2013-03-02 01:31:17 PM
Do they really think this was the first time anything happened to the staff's food?
 
2013-03-02 01:31:19 PM
Canadian prisoners complain about what U.S. citizens pay Applebee's for.
 
2013-03-02 01:32:36 PM

apoptotic: Why are they feeding the staff in the first place?


It's not super easy to leave a prison and wander accross the street to get a burger.
 
2013-03-02 01:37:19 PM
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You Donkey!
 
2013-03-02 01:38:22 PM
My family has lodged the same complaint.

/they insist that the "five second rule" has no scientific basis
 
2013-03-02 01:41:44 PM

BSABSVR: apoptotic: Why are they feeding the staff in the first place?

It's not super easy to leave a prison and wander accross the street to get a burger.


Point taken. *puts away Jump to Conclusions mat*
 
2013-03-02 01:42:28 PM

BSABSVR: apoptotic: Why are they feeding the staff in the first place?

It's not super easy to leave a prison and wander accross the street to get a burger.


Well, you say that:

http://www.torontosun.com/2012/06/09/south-etobicoke-jail-like-no-ot he r

TORONTO -It's big, it's new and it's unashamedly brassy, but South Etobicoke residents know that looks can be deceiving.
They have mixed feelings about a new 'superjail' in their midst even though it resembles a fancy five-star hotel from the outside.
Dozens of workers are busy putting the finishing touches to the $594-million Toronto South Detention Centre (TSDC), on Horner Ave., that will begin accepting the first of 1,650 inmates within months. Many of the cons are being transferred from Toronto's Don Jail now being decommissioned.

There is no imposing fence surrounding this maximum security Ontario prison. Instead visitors are greeted by plants, a well-cut lawn and circular front entrance that is graced by flagpoles.

Apparently, there's a Wendy's just around the corner.
 
2013-03-02 01:50:06 PM

yeegrek: BSABSVR: apoptotic: Why are they feeding the staff in the first place?

It's not super easy to leave a prison and wander accross the street to get a burger.

Well, you say that:

http://www.torontosun.com/2012/06/09/south-etobicoke-jail-like-no-ot he r

TORONTO -It's big, it's new and it's unashamedly brassy, but South Etobicoke residents know that looks can be deceiving.
They have mixed feelings about a new 'superjail' in their midst even though it resembles a fancy five-star hotel from the outside.
Dozens of workers are busy putting the finishing touches to the $594-million Toronto South Detention Centre (TSDC), on Horner Ave., that will begin accepting the first of 1,650 inmates within months. Many of the cons are being transferred from Toronto's Don Jail now being decommissioned.
There is no imposing fence surrounding this maximum security Ontario prison. Instead visitors are greeted by plants, a well-cut lawn and circular front entrance that is graced by flagpoles.

Apparently, there's a Wendy's just around the corner.


Woah! WTF?
 
2013-03-02 01:59:06 PM

BSABSVR: yeegrek: BSABSVR: apoptotic: Why are they feeding the staff in the first place?

It's not super easy to leave a prison and wander accross the street to get a burger.

Well, you say that:

http://www.torontosun.com/2012/06/09/south-etobicoke-jail-like-no-ot he r

TORONTO -It's big, it's new and it's unashamedly brassy, but South Etobicoke residents know that looks can be deceiving.
They have mixed feelings about a new 'superjail' in their midst even though it resembles a fancy five-star hotel from the outside.
Dozens of workers are busy putting the finishing touches to the $594-million Toronto South Detention Centre (TSDC), on Horner Ave., that will begin accepting the first of 1,650 inmates within months. Many of the cons are being transferred from Toronto's Don Jail now being decommissioned.
There is no imposing fence surrounding this maximum security Ontario prison. Instead visitors are greeted by plants, a well-cut lawn and circular front entrance that is graced by flagpoles.

Apparently, there's a Wendy's just around the corner.

Woah! WTF?


IF they breached the walls, they're gonna run, not go next door.  Well, maybe go next door, kill a couple, and take their minivan, but still.. it's a safe place to live.

Not that I've had the experience, but if I were a prison guard, I WOULD NOT be eating ANYTHING prepared by the prison folk.  You know, the one's you are responsible for caging every night?  Enjoy your Hep-C burger!
 
2013-03-02 02:02:18 PM
www.cbc.ca
 
2013-03-02 02:27:11 PM
Hey, it landed on a napkin, I swear.....
 
2013-03-02 02:47:03 PM

apoptotic: Why are they feeding the staff in the first place?


Socialism! Be outraged! Be outraged now!
 
2013-03-02 02:47:40 PM
just eat it farkers you're all gay anyway
why the fark would you work at a prison>>>>>>>>??!
 
2013-03-02 02:48:24 PM
Let me guess - the prisoners make the food don't they?

//let's just hope they used the legal and appropriate recipe for "jerk chicken"..
 
2013-03-02 02:52:33 PM
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2013-03-02 02:53:31 PM

BSABSVR: apoptotic: Why are they feeding the staff in the first place?

It's not super easy to leave a prison and wander accross the street to get a burger.


That's one of the reasons you can't serve food that's been dropped on the floor to the prisoners.

It's like shooting ducks in a barrel, or fish, maybe it's fish that you shouldn't shoot in a barrel. Puts holes in the barrel .... The other reason is that it's usually prisoners who prepare the food. If the other inmates find out, they'll get even, and then some.

But then, I think that is pretty standard practice for the food services industry. The same companies provide food services to prisons, schools, universities, old folks homes, hospitals, etc., and I bet you can't name one cafeteria that hasn't served food dropped on the floor.

Food is food. They have a fifty minute rule. If the food is on the floor for fifty minutes or more, they serve it to the managers. Five minutes, staff. One minute or less, inmates.
 
2013-03-02 02:57:48 PM
ftfa : It took 500 workers about three years to build the GTA's newest jail. More than $120 million in salaries and 2,900 person years of employment was generated by the project.

So i am not a math wizard these days but wouldnt 500 people working 3 years by 1500 person years ? did they all work double shifts the entire time ?
 
2013-03-02 03:04:29 PM
3 second rule?
 
2013-03-02 03:10:25 PM

yeegrek: BSABSVR: apoptotic: Why are they feeding the staff in the first place?

It's not super easy to leave a prison and wander accross the street to get a burger.

Well, you say that:

http://www.torontosun.com/2012/06/09/south-etobicoke-jail-like-no-ot he r

TORONTO -It's big, it's new and it's unashamedly brassy, but South Etobicoke residents know that looks can be deceiving.
They have mixed feelings about a new 'superjail' in their midst even though it resembles a fancy five-star hotel from the outside.
Dozens of workers are busy putting the finishing touches to the $594-million Toronto South Detention Centre (TSDC), on Horner Ave., that will begin accepting the first of 1,650 inmates within months. Many of the cons are being transferred from Toronto's Don Jail now being decommissioned.
There is no imposing fence surrounding this maximum security Ontario prison. Instead visitors are greeted by plants, a well-cut lawn and circular front entrance that is graced by flagpoles.

Apparently, there's a Wendy's just around the corner.


Did they convert the LVL 4 infectious disease research place?, they had to not put into operation after,  well people found out about it.
 
2013-03-02 03:17:08 PM
I am perfectly cool with the 5 second rule in my own home. I am well aware of my GF's and my own, hygene habits.
But anywhere, anywhere!!, out in public!!! NO WAY!!
Guys think they are good shots and always hit dead center. Bullshiat!
All kind of piss goes flying everywhere, even if the do manage to hit center. It goes on their pants, feet and floor all around them. And they track it out when they walk. There is no way I would knowingly eat anything that fell on the floor.
 
2013-03-02 03:19:17 PM
Does Canada not have the "5 second rule" Oh, our silly Hat, what kind of crazy laws do you live by?
 
2013-03-02 03:44:12 PM

SoundOfOneHandWanking: Do they really think this was the first time anything happened to the staff's food?


dvdmedia.ign.com
 
2013-03-02 03:48:40 PM

AliceBToklasLives: My family has lodged the same complaint.

/they insist that the "five second rule" has no scientific basis


Time for a new family.
 
2013-03-02 04:03:02 PM
We cahl that the threh sehcond rule heah en thuh Sauth
 
2013-03-02 05:54:09 PM
Oh, Canada.

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2013-03-02 09:46:57 PM

skinink: "Public health inspector Jim Chan said a tray of jerk chicken was dropped on the kitchen's floor, placed back on the metal tray by kitchen staff, and then served to administrative staff, including some guards."Was the jerkstore out of chicken that day?


Actually this is a huge mistake.  Once dropped on the floor the meat is to held for two days, cooked and then served to the inmates.  You know, for that green special flavor.
 
2013-03-02 10:53:21 PM
it's a lie
it's like beating your head on the wall!
 
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