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Below some of the major jumping points (tall bank buildings; Brooklyn
Bridge, Beachy Head etc), install camouflaged trampolines of a
resilience appropriate to the height of the fall.
Using a light-beam, trigger an automatic camera to take snapshots of
the jumper on the way down and then on the
way back up. Said
snapshots are printed and dispensed, free of charge.
I humbly submit that the rapid succession of emotions which such an
arrangement would produce is likely to deter a significant proportion of
suicides from trying again.
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||Yes i like [+]. Bit like a roller coaster.
||Incidentally, sorry i didn't spot the depression category before. I probably thought it was so unlikely to be there that i'd never find it.
||Well, if it's beneath the Brooklyn Bridge, paint it watery. If
it's beneath a bank building, paint it sidewalky.
||I think what we're talking here is an advanced trampoline
||You'll need some way of identifying Extreme Sports
Enthusiasts - you know, the kind of people who think
bungee-jumping is fun. With these people, the trampoline
will be whisked away at the last possible moment, thus
improving the aggregate quality of humanity's gene pool.
||I was hoping for a trampoline that somehow
simulated the premise of the movie "Jumper" sigh..
||There was a movie about pullovers??
||[+] purely for the "trampoline d'oieul" line.