Moral paradox. "Can I talk to you a minute? The cops say you were the last guy to see my brother—I mean, he was my brother, you were up there on the bridge with him. Did he, like, say anything to you? I wish I knew what he was thinking. I mean, everybody knew he was depressed—ever since the infection he just kept putting on weight, his glands don't work right—but he said he was OK with the operation, we thought there was some hope finally. I just don't get it. Right in front of the trolley. Do you think—somebody said to me maybe he thought he could stop the trolley—no, never mind. That's stupid. I mean, he was an engineer—he would have known, tons of metal, the trolley would go right through him and hit the other people anyway. Oh, I'm sorry, man, I'm rambling, you had to see that, all those people, I get it, you can't talk right now. Thanks for listening. Look, let me give you my number. If you ever need to talk, I'm here for you. Okay, we'll talk later. Thanks. You're a great guy."