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100th Anniversary of the Titanic Sinking:
I just realized that next year will be the 100th year since the Titanic sunk on her maiden voyage and took most of her passengers and crew down with her.I wonder if their is going to be anything special for it.I know all the passengers that survived even the youngest are dead now but I think at leas their descendents could represent them in their place.
What's Gravity Falls.It'll probably just be celebrated with a Titanic marathon on some channel. A few news reports. Interviews with descendants. Etc. etc. etc.
edited 25th Sep '11 1:43:06 PM by HeavyDDR
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I changed accounts.The Titanic is a monument to corporate stupidity and the general thought process of the day. It's also an interesting sociological study, in fact...
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Joyflower, you should consider posting these topics in Yackfest instead. A lot of the topics you post would probably fit there better.
Announcer: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Goofy: I don't know Jack!
Illusionary DominanceYay, a boat sank and a bunch of people died! Party time!
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Bored SupervisorEnjoy it now, because at the rate the various iron-eating bacteria on the ocean floor are going, there won't be anything left of the Titanic in another fifty years, let alone a hundred. Or as my dad said a couple of times, "Never dare God that he cannot do something, because sometimes he likes to prove you wrong and be a dick about it."*
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I changed accounts.~shrug~ I imagine we'll raise it soon. Just because. Fun fact: you could go back in time and, assuming you know it's going to sink and do nothing to stop that, know exactly who has what chance to die based on what class ticket they bought. The number of lifeboats available was directly tied to where you were in class on the ship. Also, if you were a guy, you were also much more likely to be fucked, because of "women and children first." 710 saved out of 2224 (1514 deaths). What a horrific failure. Another fun fact: the company that made or operated the ship declared it "unsinkable" before it was made and launched. The "unsinkable" crap came after it sank.
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Beware the Crazy Man.To be fair to the Titanic's actual engineering, it was only the lifeboat layout and ship's use that was the problem. Her sister ship the Olympic was fine and led a full life. Britannic went down, but that was due to it being a hospital ship in the WWI Mediterranean....
Final Fantasy and Bollywood? BRILLIANT!
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