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He got his wish for a silly role Saturday night, returning to the desk for the 109th anniversary of the Titanic’s demise to play the iceberg that sank the British luxury liner.
I don’t feel like a lot of the men, especially men in power, stand up in their position and hold on to the women who are about to fall over the Titanic and make sure the ship doesn’t sink.
From abroad, movies including Titanic, Frozen and Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone have topped the box office charts.
There is likely to be a titanic legal battle one day between local governments and the fossil-fuel energy companies that officials blame for the climate-change damage they say their cities have suffered.
The minute-long video features a band playing, “Nearer My God To Thee,” believed to be the final song played by the band on the Titanic.
Then came the end: the Titanic, with a low long slanting dive went down and with her Thomas Andrews.
She was here, and the place was about to be blasted by some titanic explosive of the Croen science creation!
At every turn in the river the panorama changed, and they beheld new marvels of this Titanic architecture.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
So far as can be ascertained, it was never heard of by anyone on board the Titanic outside the Marconi room.
This message was from the steamship Californian to the steamship Antillian, but was picked up by the Titanic.

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