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Jumpers - The New Yorker →

Survivors often regret their decision in midair, if not before. Ken Baldwin and Kevin Hines both say they hurdled over the railing, afraid that if they stood on the chord they might lose their courage. Baldwin was twenty-eight and severely depressed on the August day in 1985 when he told his wife not to expect him home till late. “I wanted to disappear,” he said. “So the Golden Gate was the spot. I’d heard that the water just sweeps you under.” On the bridge, Baldwin counted to ten and stayed frozen. He counted to ten again, then vaulted over. “I still see my hands coming off the railing,” he said. As he crossed the chord in flight, Baldwin recalls, “I instantly realized that everything in my life that I’d thought was unfixable was totally fixable—except for having just jumped.”

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#the new yorker  #jumpers  #tad friend 

and the first song released from his upcoming debut album. GO MILO!!!!

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#milo  #hellfyre club  #a toothpaste suburb  #september 23rd 
The artwork to my favorite rapper’s upcoming debut album. Can’t wait for September 3rd!!!!!!!!!!!!

The artwork to my favorite rapper’s upcoming debut album. Can’t wait for September 3rd!!!!!!!!!!!!

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#milo  #a toothpaste suburb  #hellfyre club 
theneedledrop:

dogmemes:

more fair than Pantano

Tru.

theneedledrop:

dogmemes:

more fair than Pantano

Tru.

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