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After 40 minutes of walking the 1-mile suspension bridge, Kevin made the 4-second, feet leap into the San Francisco Bay, immediately regretting his decision. You can let pain defeat you or you can let it build you. They died of unrelenting, immeasurable lethal emotion pain that had nothing to do with them.