One of the most frustrating things.
"What do you feel like"
On that, I think there are some sort of rules where suicides are rarely reported in the media, I won't speculate as to why, I'm sure there is a very valid reason.Not so much bagging this out, just didn't think there was a better thread for it.
The incident that caused the train delays on the Northside on Friday night was a suicide. Someone jumped in front of a train.
My mum works at the ambulance station in Deception Bay and one of the guys there was called to the scene on Friday night.
I would have hated to be him on Friday night.
It's official govt. policy that suicides are not reported in the media due to the copycat syndrome.On that, I think there are some sort of rules where suicides are rarely reported in the media, I won't speculate as to why, I'm sure there is a very valid reason.
We do a fair bit of work at the Q1 down here and we heard from one of the managers that there are a LOT of suicides there. Now every time our installers are there they notice that there are lots of cracks in the glass ceilings at the ground floor, then new glass the next day and then a couple of weeks later other panels have cracks in them. It's fucked up.
Yeah think I remember hearing somewhere they don't want it normalized as a behaviour.Thought it would be something like that but wasn't 100% sure.
The worst one is when they ask what you feel like and you say Chinese.