Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by LaserT, Nov 19, 2014.
The rooms, restaurants, concourses, etc.
First class rooms
The Dining Room
First class smoking room.
so opulent. What a waste.
C Class elevator and stairway/b]
Upper Class concourse
Upper Class seating area.
Ocean view Dining Room
I wonder what they had on the buffet
Pants, coat and shoes of a passenger
Looks pretty damn good for being under water for 100+ years.
It was 1 hell a funeral home.
Salt water taffy.
all of that, and they couldn't finish the bulkheads to the top of the hull?
It still looks pretty sweet considering it been underwater so long.
There are many stories related to the sinking of the "Titanic". Some have come to light due to the success of movie. For example, most people don't know that back in 1912 Hellman's mayonnaise was manufactured in England. The "Titanic"was carrying 12,000 jars of the condiment scheduled for delivery in Vera Cruz, Mexico, which was to be the next port of call for the great ship after New York City.
The Mexican people were eagerly awaiting delivery and were disconsolate at the loss. So much so that they declared a national day of mourning which they still observe today. It is known, of course, as Sinko de Mayo.
Well here it is...
Yup, Laser Titties beat me to the punch!
I watched a video recently on this. The guy in charge was obsessed with the marketing of the titanic. He sacrificed safety and functionality for deadlines.
He told the crew to go full steam ahead when they hit the iceberg, because he thought it would be a great story on how unsinkable it was. But it just tore a bigger hole in the boat.
They also didn't give binoculars to the lookouts, and in order to take temps of the ocean, they lowered buckets down...but the ropes weren't long enough.
Is that trueeeeeeeeee?
not to mention the lack of life rafts
primitive times, indeed
the luncheon features cock leekie.... uhhh huhuhhuh..
Actually, the Titanic was relatively well-equipped based upon the regulations of the day. They supposedly put MORE in than were required...scary thought.