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Incredible video. I didn't have time to watch the full 2 hours and 40 minutes, but you can skip to different parts.

 

The final few minutes are terrifying.

 

Very effective use of sound effects.

 

 


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Incredible video. I didn't have time to watch the full 2 hours and 40 minutes, but you can skip to different parts.

 

The final few minutes are terrifying.

 

Very effective use of sound effects.

 

 

The very last part where the stern went under a lot quicker than I thought.


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What are you without the sum of your parts?

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Thomas Andrews, the ship's designer, estimates 1-2 hours before the ship sinks.

 

Holy hell...

 

"My entire life has led up to the moment where my crowning achievement turns out to be a tragic failure that will probably kill thousands of innocent people - and I'm one of them."

 

That's what I'd be thinking in his position. I'd actually be hysterical. I wouldn't be able to live on and I might just hope the sinking ship kills me


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There was enough room on that door for both of them.

History will remember Trump supporters as brainwashed as*holes who voted against their own freedom, self-preservation, and right to live.


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I'm tired of seeing this! Maybe there was enough room for them both but the act of getting on would have tipped it over, sinking it and leaving them both to tread water and freeze to death! Gawd!


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It would at least be less frustrating for the audience if Hollywood put them both on the door.

Also, it wouldn't necessarily tip over if Rose had been on the other end of the door, holding it down with her weight.

History will remember Trump supporters as brainwashed as*holes who voted against their own freedom, self-preservation, and right to live.





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