Lemon roasted chicken with rosemary, a sourdough roll, some Stilton, and a stiff glass of ginger kombucha.
Large plate of “Restorative Justice”, hold the barbarism.
I read through most of the accounts. Yes, these are violent people that did horrific things.
I am still against the death penalty, solitary, torture, and inhumane treatment.
Agreed. And “steak cooked well done and served with a plastic butter knife” definitely meets my criteria for “cruel and unusual punishment.”
I do not want to minimize the grief both his family, and the families he has affected at all. I have friends on both sides of the equation.
But I tell jokes.
It’s rare you get a steak on death row.
Huh. That does sound really yummy. Somehow I would have expected you to order something a bit more exotic (not to say outré).
Myself, the a la carte order of brisket from Dr Hogly Wogly’s Tyler Texas BBQ in Van Nuys, with a loaf of their bread, and a root beer float made with any ol’ vanilla ice cream and Henry Weinhard’s root beer.
No slaw. That’s not part of my sentence.
Dry nitrogen. Perhaps argon if I felt like living it up.
I would choose lobster. Same reason. Plus, i hear it’s good eating, and I’d probably enjoy it if i didn’t mind dying afterward.
Hákarl, casu marzu and century eggs.
Wash it down with some 100-year-old brandy. I hear the 2012 vintage is going to be good.
Something that takes thirty to forty years to prepare.
A Shamrock Shake and a McRib.
Never had either, but I don’t know if they have ever been available at the same time.
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