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That must have been a very interesting talk, Cevas. Hearing things first hand. I had a similar conversation once with Americans who were at the landing at Normandy on D-Day. An experience I'll never forget.
Great puzzle. Thanks, starlord. Years ago I spoke to a very bright 103 year old lady. We talked about many things including the Titanic. In 1912 she was living in London. People were allowed to see the ship a week before it sailed. So she and her mother took the tour. They both loved the ship and she totally envied the people who had tickets to take that first voyage! ... So, she learned very young not to envy what others have.
I erased the last part of your sentence :-) Now we're getting there :-))))
My kids think I'm crazy for thinking that way.
You're right about that. When I made the pictures at the seaside, I took them to be a puzzle in the first place. Well, most of them anyway :-)
Why do we look at things a think puzzle first??? We all do it
It was indeed. Just found this movie poster and thought it to be a nice puzzle.