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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

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She really would be. Truly eloquent, thank you for letting us know!

great monument of the victims of the titanic

Isn't it ironic when men strive to build majestic things as tribute to their power and might, women labor to build memorials to the tragic memory of his follies?

i wouldn't call dying to save others a folly. i dont think you got the point of the post. it's just cool that women took charge and designed this whole thing before they really had equality.

This is a beautiful memorial that clearly expresses sacrifice of the noblest kind - saving the lives of others by giving up ones own life.

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