As I waded my way through the Religion sub-forum for a few days it reminded of a time when I was slated to visit a hospital in a part of the world that wouldn't be a newlywed's honeymoon destination. However the government and the local officials wanted me to check it out. Not wishing to anger anyone, especially the people who contracted me, I naturally said yes. The bus carrying us broke down and we had to walk about 10 km, but that's beside the point. So we finally get there and I'm taken to see the person in charge. So when I'm introduced to the manager I get the sense that something is wrong. I couldn't help but notice a tag on his wrist indicating he was a patient, not a director. I calmly walked over to the authorities who had accompanied me and told them my suspicions. Anyway to make a long story short, it turns out this guy was a patient. The general manager and all but one of the paid staff had gone home or to places unknown, something they did every day. The only staff member there was sleeping off a hangover in an outbuilding. Needless to say it caused quite a stir. Was it an asylum for the mentally ill? A prison? They could have been patients or inmates for all I knew, but they were running the place.