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(CLICK HERE to read article) One often doesn't die the first time he/she attempts suicide.  The more likely outcome is the suicidal individual will mess up, and live, but in a corpse for a body; not able to do things for him/herself, like feed themselves, communicate, think for themselves, or go to the bathroom without wearing a diaper.  If you're lucky, you might be able to gain these abilities back, but that's only for the 1%, if that high...  Are you willing to risk it?  If you are, the odds are stacked against you...  Do you feel lucky?

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