wreck-that says: please credit twitter user @boring_as_heck for finding those titanic tweets, everyone's been stripping the attribution.
» SFB says: FYI for everyone — as we get annoyed when stuff isn’t credited, we’re gonna give this a signal boost. Anyway, we found our image through a reblogged Funny or Die post, but they didn’t credit anyone — nor did the Reddit thread where they grabbed the image. Lame. Sorry to @boring_as_heck (emptybrackets posted it too) and a FYI to everyone else. — Ernie @ SFB
"Have you seen ‘Titanic?’ That’s exactly what it was." The Italian cruiseliner that went aground near the coast of Tuscany on Friday evoked a deadly situation that, to say the least, harkened back to that fateful incident. The Costa Concordia crashed on the tiny island of Giglio, forcing a tip-over that killed three and left nearly 70 others unaccounted for. The ship had a very chaotic, disorganized evacuation — putting roughly 4,200 people in danger — partly because the crew delayed the evacuation drill until days after the cruiseliner started moving. The ship was supposed to have an evacuation drill on Saturday, despite the fact that some had been on the ship for several days. source