Termites can be useful

"Kenneth McLeod, who has died aged 92, was captured by the Japanese in the Second World War and was one of the last surviving veterans who worked on the bridge over the River Kwai."
[...]
"Mr McLeod sabotaged his work by farming termite eggs which he placed at each joint and at the base of every upright."
Heh!
http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/inverness/Hero-who-sabotaged-bridge-with.6803147.jp
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harry wrote:

It is MORE likely that the correspondent did not include all the ancillary facts, like McLeod actually salting the upright's hole with a complete, though, small colony.
I know you hate the Scots, but geeze, it's not THEIR fault they occupy the same island.
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harry wrote:

Sorry, I didn't know.
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harry wrote:

Uh, it's the other definition of "sorry."
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