Harvey Newstrom wrote:
> Spike Jones wrote,
> > Evidently a few WTCers decided a few
> > seconds of freefall with zero chance of survival was
> > preferrable to these fates.
> I am curious. Do we really have direct evidence that a lot of people were
> consciously making a decision to jump? Or are people just assuming that
> most of the falling bodies were suicides?
Ja now that I think this over, I hafta assume people fell or were
pushed out windows by panicking proles trying to get some air
from the window. This is good actually, since I was disillusioned
that anyone would pointlessly commit suicide in such a way as
to endanger escapees and rescue workers below, when it would
in no way help their own survival. spike
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