From Natural Resource Commodity to Criminality: The Canadian Maple Syrup Saga Continues

About a year ago I got an email from a coworker in our Toronto office about a maple syrup heist that became global news - and shortly thereafter was the inspiration for my first Freshly Pressed blog about what makes criminal behavior something laughable rather than something tragic. About 8 months later, last night, said … Continue reading From Natural Resource Commodity to Criminality: The Canadian Maple Syrup Saga Continues

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A Sticky Situation Resolved: Score One For The Crime FIghters!

As a follow-up to my "Freshly Pressed" worthy blog on the Canadian maple syrup heist (https://thenarcissisticanthropologist.com/2012/08/31/crimes-of-hilarity-what-makes-criminal-behavior-a-big-joke/ ), I am pleased to announce that case is CLOSED> Thanks to the Globe and Mail for so artfully covering the story below: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/suspects-in-sticky-situation-after-police-make-arrests-in-quebec-maple-syrup-heist/article6508590/   Suspects in sticky situation after police make arrests in Quebec maple syrup heist Ingrid … Continue reading A Sticky Situation Resolved: Score One For The Crime FIghters!

Crimes of Hilarity: What Makes Criminal Behavior A Big Joke?

THIS JUST IN OVER A YEAR LATER: SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM FOR ANOTHER SHOCKING CRIME OF HILARITY! Last night after a very long day of dealing with the laughable nuances of client service work, an email came through from one of my Canadian coworkers with this headline:  Canadian crime story: Police probing Quebec maple syrup … Continue reading Crimes of Hilarity: What Makes Criminal Behavior A Big Joke?