Eweee,,, I was jokin' !, but apparently they're not ! Surprised they don't bring back the electric chair... most states except Utah used that before lethal injection.
Yeah it's a bitch when some companies stand up for what they believe in (no capital punishment). Surprised some company in US hasn't picked up the drugs... I don't think they're patented- been around a long time. I'd think the firing squad would be messy !! BLood everywhere ! . . . .
I have mixed emotions about capital punishment- I wouldn't use it except in EXTREME cases- like <1% of cases that warranted the death penalty, it's actually cheaper to give them Life NO Parole !. (legal costs to state much less) . . but on those very heinous cases, I'd make them suffer for many minutes before death.. like they did their victims... so that's OUT !!
Looks like Liz turned her opportunity into gold. She became a music reporter for CNN.
Although Derringer is well-known for her outgoing personality, effective inter-personal skills, and acute business sense, she humbly attributes much of her success to the friends she has made along the way. Among them are famed Pop Artists the late Andy Warhol and Peter Max, former President of the Grammy’s Michael Greene, NBC TV’s Senior Vice-President of Promotion, Frank Radice and international Supermodels Rosie Vela and Jerry Hall. However, Derringer’s premier network stemmed through her marriage to one of rock’s great guitar legends, Rick Derringer, with whom she traveled with extensively, getting to know many of entertainment’s finest. The rock life became of great interest to Derringer and ultimately with encouragement from Andy Warhol, who started Interview Magazine, enticed her to interview some of the biggest stars of the day, from Mick Jagger and Peter Gabriel to Jimmy Page and Sting. Her likable, outgoing demeanor and natural ability to incite good conversation captured major attention which eventually led to a career conducting interviews for some of the nation’s leading publications such as Interview Magazine, Playboy, and The New York Daily News. The reputation she gained catapulted into her own a position as a music reporter for CNN.
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