The bridge

by truthwillsetyoufree 29 Replies latest jw friends

  • nowwhat?

    After gazing upon the literature cart manned by jdub zombies, the suicidal man said to himself " maybe I don't have it so bad After all" and turned around and lived happily ever after! The end

  • JW_Rogue
    I can't imagine they let you put up a cart in San Francisco bridge.

    You certainly can walk all the way across or bike as well. It would be hard to commit suicide though, they have netting underneath the bridge that would catch you before you fell too far.

  • steve2

    So are the carts parked there in the late hours of the night or early hours of the morning when suicides are more likely to occur (if you try during the day, intervention is more likely)?

  • Finkelstein

    The WTS has been training people to propagate bullshit propaganda since its existence as a religious publishing house..

    To be honestly fair there have been individuals who may have been on hurtful destructive path and the influencing indoctrination by the WTS has directed them to something cleaner and healthier to their benefit.

    ......But there are also the incidences of people committing suicide by virtue of having their family shun DF them. So there is really two sides of the story to tell.

    There is an connecting story to suicide and the JWS religious organization that unfortunately is not spoken about enough.

  • sparky1

    So let me get this straight:

    Jehovah sends his cart workers to a 'suicide' bridge to save lives, while over the years hundreds of Bethelite's have had 'nervous breakdowns' and some of them have committed suicide right under Jehovah's nose at the 'House of God'? Not a very efficient life saving system if you ask me.

  • GrreatTeacher

    Cambridge, Maryland has a literal Suicide Bridge named for its morbid past, and right next to it is the Suicide Bridge Restaurant with a great Friday Seafood Buffet for $32 a person. Oyster shuckers will shuck you fresh oysters for a small tip. They also have crab imperial and baked salmon as well as Maryland crab soup for starters. And the typical roast beef carving station, potato casserole, fresh corn on the cob, green beans, and red beats with a salad bar, too. Plus a dessert table and soft serve ice cream.

    As far as I know, no one has ever died eating there, and no JWs with carts have ever been noted in proximity.

  • Betheliesalot

    For instance, consider the case of Walter, * a young man in São Paulo. He had no parents, no home, no privacy, no friends he could count on. To end his misery, Walter decided to jump off a bridge.

    Just did a search on and found the made up story. The exact location is "a bridge " solved
  • Finkelstein

    bullshit propaganda sells, so does hype of Jesus's return which isn't particularly bible supported.

    Jesus himself admonished his true followers to not set a time on gods own sacred time but I guess the leaders of the WTS didn't read that Scripture.

  • zeb

    The 'bridge' sounds like the WD-40 story which i understand is quoted by several religious groups.

  • baldeagle

    If the JWs are circulating this story, it MUST be true. Lame, silly and desperate followers always seeking some validation for their existence and ministry, simply hilarious.

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