Video games aren't a problem, people are, I play some of the most violent video games and I'm always nice to the peeps caged up in my basement
@butternut squash, I on the other hand haven’t played on my Xbox in months, and I like to sneak in to your basement to poke the people you keep caged up there with a pointy stick.
@butternut squash, You had us on the first half, not gonna lie
Fun fact maybe: the guy that invented the iron bull was the first guy they roasted alive in it.
@Man with a Cat, and the last
@Kyroll, so far
@Man with a Cat, out of curiosity, where are you guys finding this information?
@4th Hokage, I remember it from a Greek and Roman history course I took 10 years ago. I vaguely remember this. That’s why I said “maybe” in the fun fact because it’s probably a bunch of iron bull
@Man with a Cat, can confirm fun fact
@4th Hokage, I remember learning about it from the show "1000 Ways to Die". For some reason, they embellished the story by adding in a tidbit about the inventor getting struck by lightning.
@Man with a Cat, huh I thought it was called the bronze bull
So the guy who invented this form of torture actually ended up getting executed by his own invention. Look it up, crazy karma
Videogames cause violence? What games were they playing just before and or during the Spanish Inquisition!? Didn't expect That did you!?
Tie him!... To the rack!
This thing was used in the movie The Immortals... While that movie was mediocre that thing was AWESOME
That's a load of bull
The brazen bull. Brutal torture method. They even ‘tuned’ the sound such that when the people in it screamed, it sounds like a bull yelling.
And then there’s the Spanish donkey. A wedge-like apparatus that the person straddles so their ass crack is straddling the wedge part. Two huge weights are tied to the persons feet to split them in half veeeerrryy slowly. Not a very hygienic device; people usually die from bacterial infections first before being split in half.
What is wrong with that era?
That's pretty metal