Ah but I was trying to be more European by depicting "la lynchage a la Francais, circa 1793-1794", you bloody pedant[b said:Quote[/b] (andyp @ Mar. 17 2004,11:07)]Errrr, Steve,
Thats a guillotine, lynching usually involves a rope
Hope that includes all instances of divers from one agency having a go at other agencies...[b said:Quote[/b] (Steve W @ Mar. 17 2004,11:01)]Well said that man! In fact lets lynch the next person that brings up that stupid f***ing topic
Now if you're being pedantic then, shouldn't the rope be to the side of the head?[b said:Quote[/b] (Steve W @ Mar. 17 2004,11:20)]
and these are to be found where.... ?[b said:Quote[/b] ]of course he might well have been hanged..if you don't get the drop right, decapitation is an unfortunate side effect, as photos from forensic pathology show...
<font color='#000080'>Oh I've got some absolute beauties. I keep them to show to my trainees just to harden them up a bit. Real gut turning stuff![b said:Quote[/b] (Steve W @ Mar. 17 2004,18:29)]and these are to be found where.... ?
Sounds like a cry for help to me, my car normally conks out before it gets 20 yards.[b said:Quote[/b] (Mark Davies @ Mar. 17 2004,21:22)]There is the one of the guy who tried to hang himself in his car - put the noose around his neck, tied the other end to a lamp post then floored the accellerator. We found the decapitated corpse in the car and the head sat upright on it's stump 20 yards behind in the middle of the road. He had an oddly satisfied smile on his face!
Mmmmm, glad you're not training me then![b said: