A grim new milestone at one of the world's most popular suicide spots: Some 46 people jumped to their deaths from the Golden Gate Bridge last year, it was announced yesterday.
That's the most recorded since the San Francisco landmark opened in 1937, per the Chronicle. Campaigners say those lives could have been saved by the safety net that the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District approved years ago, but the project is still at least $45 million short on funding. More here:
$45 million "short." Gee, if they're "short" $45 million, how much is the total bill?
I love how the jackasses use the word "funding" in place of "Go take some of Klown's money."
Awww, maybe I should chip in. After all, a human life is worth all the money I have, right? And let's face the truth, these suicides are our fault for not "chipping in." Everyone knows if there were a net underneath the bridge these suicides wouldn't happen. It's common knowledge ... there's no other way to commit suicide other than jumping off the gd Golden Gate bridge. Idiots.