MusicMakeMyHeadPound: RenownedCurator: A lot of the things others have mentioned are objectively worse, but ever since reading about Richard Roose, the cook who was boiled alive as a punishment for poisoning two people, I have to say that being boiled alive would definitely be at the bottom of my list of preferred exits.So what's at the top of this list?
kim jong-un: PsyLord: Kurmudgeon: This is why the 8th amendment forbids cruel and unusual punishment, folks!I'm all for the reinstatement of the guillotine - as long as the blade is razor sharp.Why?If we were honest with ourselves, executions would be performed by nitrogen asphyxiation. Cheap, dead simple to perform. No mess. No toxins. No risk to the guards or executioners. Painless.
nmemkha: The scariest way I would think would be to be at the mercy of a sadistic doctor who systematically starts removing body parts over a long period of time, but keeps the patient alive.
PsyLord: Kurmudgeon: This is why the 8th amendment forbids cruel and unusual punishment, folks!I'm all for the reinstatement of the guillotine - as long as the blade is razor sharp.
unlikely: The Catherine Wheel is still scarier to me than any of those.
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