Either/Or Questions

Corporal Punishment
You must die, says the state, by Corporal punishment. Would you prefer to die by EITHER the chair with the "juice" OR standing in front of a firing squad?
RE: Chair
I know that it's been a long time since we last talked about this, but I've just started reading Stephen King and I was not disappointed. His books are outstanding. What he writes is page-turning stuff. I'm actually going to see "Misery" performed on stage. It will be on in the Everyman Palace in Cork on Saturday night. I'm looking forward to seeing if they can actually get the atmosphere right on the stage.
(September 26, 2003 ~ 3:05 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

RE: Chair
LOL!!! :)))))))))))))))
(February 11, 2003 ~ 9:40 AM)
By mary j

RE: Chair
so there is life after death! :)
(February 11, 2003 ~ 9:39 AM)
By mary j

RE: Chair
I'm no scientist, but I assume that there was enough blood and oxygen in the head to allow people to stay alive for just a few seconds after being beheaded.
(February 11, 2003 ~ 3:47 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

RE: Chair
A bad hair day!!!!! That's too funny. I wonder if that scientist ever heard the expression, "It's like a chicken running around with it's head cut off."
(February 10, 2003 ~ 11:21 PM)
By Wendi Cali

RE: Chair
I heard about the scientist that did that as well...That's hard core.
(February 10, 2003 ~ 4:08 PM)
By Leanne Enck

RE: Chair
they say that sometimes people move after death but it is just nerves still reacting. i don't know about trying to speak that sounds like they could be alive--but how could anyone live without their head? arms and legs maybe but head?? that IS creepy!
(February 10, 2003 ~ 9:28 AM)
By mary j

RE: Chair
I have just found out that death by guillotine is not as quick as I thought. There was a French scientist (can't remember his name) who had heard that some people looked around and tried to speak after being beheaded on the guillotine. This led him to the conclusion that death by guillotine was not immediate. He fell afoul of the French revolutionaries and was sentenced to be guillotined. Ever the scientist, he told a friend that he would blink rapidly after the blade fell and to time how long he would blink for. He blinked rapidly for a full 15 seconds before dying!!! Nevertheless, I would still not mind dying by guillotine. If you're having a bad hair day, it can even be a good thing . . .
(February 07, 2003 ~ 5:46 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

RE: Chair
misery was a good book. but dolores clayborne was better. if you want to read a good book read harvest home or the other by tom tryon. it is scary that someone actually thought of the stuff he wrote. another good one is serpentine by thom thompson. a true story of an international serial killer. the book is very long but really great. oh, one more. billionaire boys club by sue horton. true story of a bunch of preppies trying to play businessmen. it led to murder.
(January 17, 2003 ~ 9:55 AM)
By mary j

RE: Chair
I've never read any of Stephen King's books, but it is something that I've always meant to do. I saw the film "Misery", which I think is based on one of his books. It is one hell of a powerful film, which left me in dire need of a comedy afterwards to lift me up.
(January 17, 2003 ~ 5:26 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

RE: Chair
rent the movie! it is good. the book is great too. it si by stephen king (some of his stuff is hokey, but this is a good book that won't disappoint you.)
(January 16, 2003 ~ 9:23 AM)
By mary j

RE: Chair
bad it sounds fun! :))) i am surprised everyone isn't jumping at the chance to be sliced!
(January 16, 2003 ~ 9:21 AM)
By mary j

RE: Chair
Call me crazy, I'm just attached to my head and wouldn't want to lose it - even in death. That's one of the grossest things in the world, if you ask me. Decapitation is not my thang. ;)
(January 15, 2003 ~ 7:23 AM)
By Wendi Cali

RE: Chair
What's so bad about a guillotine? One quick chop and it's all over. It might be gross for the people who are watching, but that's going to be the least of your worries!
(January 15, 2003 ~ 4:20 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

RE: Chair
ooh, eew, a guillotine, really? Gross. Not me.
(January 14, 2003 ~ 2:07 PM)
By Wendi Cali

RE: Chair
Yeah, I agree. I've never seen The Green Mile but I do know that the electric chair would be slow and painful. A firing squad would be very quick and almost painless. Of course my ideal death would be by guillotine. You wouldn't feel a thing, but that wasn't in the options, was it?
(January 14, 2003 ~ 5:44 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

RE: Shot ....
damn skippy ... I think I was a soldier/warrior in another life ... hehehe ....
(January 08, 2003 ~ 3:29 PM)
By Tanya Ruys

RE: Shot ....
it's better than being fried
(January 07, 2003 ~ 7:33 PM)
By mary j

RE: A CURRENT affair
you are so funny. :))))))
(January 07, 2003 ~ 7:32 PM)
By mary j

RE: Shot ....
Huh? That's not weird, that's a-no.1...

Besides, if I were in combat, I'd pick you to be on the team `cause your gutsy (Shirley MacLaine type)! :)
(January 06, 2003 ~ 7:33 PM)
By Carl StrangeLifeForm

RE: Chair
being shot would be quicker and less painful. ever see the green mile (not ture story of course, but i think it is pretty bad)
(January 01, 2003 ~ 1:32 AM)
By mary j
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