The Isle of Man is the last surviving penal colony in existence. Monthly shipments take place which unload the special brew soaked vagrants and vagabonds scooped up from the streets of the mainland.
Also doubling as a leper colony since 1728, the population has risen to an extraordinary 19.2 million. Given that the total landmass is only 572 km², this presented somewhat of a conundrum for the administrators, but after much trial and error they came up with an ingenious way to stack the convicts on top of each other until they reach towering heights, wedging the scoundrels into place with the putrid fallen off limbs of the lepers, which is quite remarkable.
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