They could use this as an opportunity to modernise things a bit. I seem to remember there being a few chaps in Mexico that were a dab hand at lopping heads with a chainsaw.
They have a need for someone who is sharp, incisive, familiar with cutting edge technology and of all the applicants the 'sharpest tool in the box' ..If they fail to find a new executioner, then heads will roll.................agh um forget my previous statement
I saw that interview on TV ffs he was treated as a Rock-star, I cant believe the shortage bit though ..he was already training his son to take over and a lot of young savages will be ready for the adulation the job brings.The chap who used to be the head man (so to speak) gave a long interview a few years ago about his love for the job. Kept a lovely edge on his swords, he did.
Longevity - proof of good design.The first recorded execution using the Halifax Gibbet was in 1286, the Edinburgh Maiden was introduced in 1564 nearly 300 years later.
Edited for strategic fiendishness.Send Susan Boyle out there
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