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 • Posted by: Peter Linn
• Date: Thursday, June 24, 2004, at 1:57 p.m.
• IP Address: 192.116.124.105
• In Response to: Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy (Eugenio)


> That is for only part of the killing cycle. The electricution cycle is:
> 1,825 volts at approximately 7.5 amps for 30 seconds, then 240 volts at
> approximately 1.5 amps for 60 seconds. A 5 second pause intervenes, and
> the cycle is repeated. It was designed to render the condemned brain dead
> within the first few moments. The function of the remainder of the cycle
> is to stop the body's organs so that a physician can certify that death
> has occurred. In normal executions, the penis is among the last organs to
> die.

Doesn't it vary from person to person? Some nerd dork who screws a 250v socket could die, am I correct?

> Saying that, though, 250 volts could cause localized swelling and bursting
> of an extremity body organ, so the penis would likely explode if receiving
> a utility plug socket current for long enough.

Explode... What do you mean? Literally explode like a bomb was in it, or figuratively blow sperm all over?




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