So, in this case, the wall-builder would have had to have known that the bricks at the bottom were rotten at the core and couldn't handle the strain, or that there was a cavern in the earth underneath the wall, or that the mortar was bad. One could argue that it's the builder's role to know these things in advance, but it gets more complicated if the landowner's environment is the one causing the problems.
1. Put in enough "science" from an actual study
2. make it sound sensational
I say sterilize after one. And heavy tax burdens for families with more than one child. Irresponsible breading will be the death of us all.
You would not want to fry the population with mass-produced tasteless breading. To bread the right way, I suggest the following:
1 dozen eggs (per human)
1 lb flour
3 boxes of bread crumbs
herbs and seasonings to taste
1) Mix seasonings in bread crumbs.
2) Coat a damp human in flour.
3) Dunk human in eggs and then roll it around in the bread crumb mixture
Then you can fry and bake the human, but make sure that it's fully-cooked. You can get diseases from undercooked human.
And I'm sure you are having fun using tulip bulbs to send money across the globe. Bitcoins are a means of payment, not some silly collectables.
um, you do know the history of tulip bulbs, right?