2. A new Hall was built in Brooklyn. However, a large tree was inconveniently located in the center of the parking lot, and a city ordinance forbade it's removal. That night, a storm blew it down, and it conveniently fell in the middle of the street. No harm came to the Hall. Because it blocked the street, the city of New York had to remove it, at no expense to the brothers.
8. A Kingdom Hall in Bulli, Australia, was burned down by an unbalanced arsonist who set fire to other buildings, of no religious significance, in Bulli on the same night. Although the incident happened nearly 4 years ago, council has still not approved the rebuilding of the hall on the Watchtower owned site.
9. Jehovah's Witnesses from the Bulli congregation, when asked to provide the latest magazines to an earnest enquirer, could only produce magazines from the previous month, the latest copies they had. When asked why, they said that it something to do with Australia's literature now being printed in Japan. A lady in the FS group talked about the "phenominal" nature of the "worldwide work". The enquirer retorted that he was "phenominally" surprised at how hard it is becoming just to get Watchtowers off Jehovah's Witnesses these days.