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Bed Bath Beyond CFO commits suicide after job cuts… Jumps from NYC building… (nypost.com)

CFO of Bed, Bath and Beyond identified as Jenga building jumper.

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iliketrees
iliketrees
27 days ago

Don’t know what the game is here, but I’m pretty sure someone that rich wouldn’t kill themselves by jumping off a building with so many other options available. I can’t imagine why ANYONE would jump off a building of their own accord actually, there are so many other less psychotically scary and painful ways to die unless you have demons telling you to do it. I’ve always wondered if the stories from the 30’s stock market crash are even true, all those people “jumping off buildings”….or were they pushed because they needed to be gotten rid of. That crash was totally engineered by the bankers just like every single recession and crash since, so it seems highly likely to me that people weren’t simply jumping off buildings because they were sad.

Michele
Michele
27 days ago

Incidents like this always make me wonder if the individuals were taking some kind of prescription medication. I know a lot of psychotropic substances can cause people to hallucinate or become completely numb and detached from reality. Ambien, for example, can cause bizarre behaviours.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
27 days ago
Reply to  Michele

I have taken Ambien before and in my experience it just gets you high. Like your tired but refuse to go to sleep for a little bit in order feel being high. I would dance around and listen to music as the drugs were kicking in. It still did help with my sleep disorder but when I stopped taken it I would endure insomnia for 1-2 nights. Some people also reported it unnaturally cranks up your libido. When taking it in low doses it barely does anything for you.

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
26 days ago

My ex took it, had hallucinations and was acting like a creep in a horror movie, wanting to kill me, but acting like a crazy clown about it.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
26 days ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

Well I already hallucinate with my sleep disorder so it wasn’t a problem with me. I already know to express it making me go temporarily insane in my dreams. Giving it to people with no actual chronic sleep disorder is unnecessary in my opinion. I explored the herbal route to treat it and nothing works for me since the sleep part of my brain is fried and has been most of my life so far. People really have other options to treat sleep issues and it’s hard seeing people not try to take advantage of it.

Vievie
Vievie
26 days ago

This article doesn’t mention that he was facing a $1.6 billion class action lawsuit for falsely inflating the stock value of the company.

Last edited 26 days ago by vievie