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Monday, 1 January 2007

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Hollywood - The Survivor Man TV show will feature an episode where you can learn how to survive an execution.

Some of the techniques featured on this episode include holding your breath if you are to be hanged and wearing shoes with rubber soles when the electric chair is used.

Also they suggest wearing a bullet proof vest with packets of catsup hidden underneath prison garb if the method of execution is the firing squad. It is rumored that a future episode in French might cover the guillotine method and another episode in Spanish will cover the garrote. Drawing and quartering will be presented in English and burning at the stake in Latin and Stoning in Arabic.

Another issue covered in the story involves playing dead after the execution is over. The viewer is told for example, not to open one eye a little bit when it is supposedly all over to see if the coast is clear. Someone might actually see this movement, no matter how slight, and spill the beans.

Execution victims are usually taken away be ambulance and it is during the trip in the meat wagon that the condemned can make good their escape.

Another series of episodes will be presented in Ebonics and Chicano covering subjects dealing with surviving gang violence and an episode presented in Hebrew will deal with crucifixions .

There is something for almost everybody in this great reality series as it begins its second season on the Farts and Entertainment channel.

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