Korean Stock Broker Leaps to Death Am...

Korean Stock Broker Leaps to Death Amid Market Plunge

There are 28 comments on the NBC New York story from Aug 10, 2011, titled Korean Stock Broker Leaps to Death Amid Market Plunge. In it, NBC New York reports that:

The stock market has been volatile this week. A South Korean stock broker jumped to his death from a high-rise office amid worldwide market turmoil.

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Ravenna, TX

#23 Aug 11, 2011
newsflash; lonnie lubberhead lake leap of late

translation; ronnie rubberhead takes leap of fate

Since: Aug 11

Torrance, CA

#24 Aug 11, 2011
Rico wrote:
One can only hope that this 'Trend' catches-on in the states...
Rico, why don't you jump! No one here will miss your stupid comments!

“ain't she sweet?”

Since: Nov 10

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#25 Aug 11, 2011
Thanks Jupiyrt and F-R-E-D appreciate them props. Have a splendid weekend!

“ain't she sweet?”

Since: Nov 10

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#26 Aug 11, 2011
Jupiter Thank you JUPITER!!!!

“youbeateverythin g youknowthat ”

Since: Apr 07

Buffalo, NY

#27 Aug 11, 2011
RMQuinn37 wrote:
I fail to see why some of you think this is so funny. It's tragic and reminiscent of the United States during the Great Depression and the market crash of 1929. Blame the world's corrupt greedy ass politicians and bankers and lawmakers who can't see beyond their noses and the gullible stupid people who took out mortgages with 0 down knowing they could never afford the payments.
The current world financial disaster has been 5-6 years coming and the 'experts' knew it was coming but figured someone else could worry about the consequences...later.
Exactly where the humor lies in a trader/broker committing suicide is beyond me. Instead of joking why not contact your republican and democratic congressmen and senators and demand answers and solutions NOW. More people are going to do the same thing and if you find that funny you've got one helluva sick sense of humor.
I take it you've jumped out a few windows in your time..
Too Hot

Las Vegas, NV

#28 Aug 11, 2011
First, we have the helpless little babies who feel they got robbed by Wall Street and think it's humorous that some guy commits suicide.

1. If you lost your money on Wall Street, whose fault is it? It's not theirs, you whiny helpless souls, it's yours! You give money to someone who doesn't know you and yet you trust them to "do what's best for you". Piss Off! Everyone has to take care of you! Why?
Why wouldn't you do the right thing and do some damned research to save your own money instead of trusting someone you believe is corrupt? Isn't that pretty damned lazy AND stupid? Hmm, I think I'll give someone I believe is corrupt, my retirement money that is going to help me out when the "corrupt" social security system will fail as well.
Shut the hell up, nobody wants to hear except for some other lazy whiner like you.

2. This guy felt remorse for what his clients suffered. He wasn't typical of the ones you feel are truly corrupt. He felt so bad that he ended his life with the only way he knew would really show his remorse. He didn't flee, hide or get busted for being corrupt. For you to take pleasure in his demise shows what kind of misguided sheeple you are. Anyone can point a finger like the clown Obama and claim that "the hedge fund manager" needs to pay more and you wipes suck it up like soup because you haven't a clue.

Wake the hell up, grow up and take responsibility for your own future. In believing someone should guide your destiny, you're no better than the lifer Social Security recipient.

Yeah, go ahead and negative icon me, it hurts me so much to know that brainless, misguided people are thinking bad of me.
John Salas

Dhaka, Bangladesh

#29 Sep 11, 2011
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“False Prophet”

Since: Jan 08


#30 Sep 11, 2011
Wall St never feels remorse...they blame. Apparently its all the Eurozones fault. The fasctt hat Goldman Sachs created the problem from Greece has completely escaped them.

lets just hope Lloyd Blankfein won't escape teh Greek lawyers and New York State prosecutor who has indicted him. Good to see Blankfein has hired legal counsel. This is very real :))))

Jamie Dymon next :PPPPP

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