Philippines, Bagobo natives. Man wearing traditional clothes. -...
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A Moment in the Sun > Bonus Material > Book One
A Filipino being executed by garrote, a strangulation machine, in 1898. The garrote consisted of a brass collar with a back piece pushed forward by the impulse of a big screw working through a post. When the executioner turned the handle of the screw, the back piece in the collar pressed against the top of the condemned's spine, thereby snapping the spinal cord.
Cheers! San Miguel Beer turns 125
Nine of every 10 Filipinos who reach for a bottle of beer to celebrate a happy occasion or drown their sorrows choose San Miguel.