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Wow, nobody remembered this? Google has the classic look nothing new, Bing is showing ruins of some sort not the wreck, not even Wikipedia (I see it was a featured article recently but not now) and YouTube had some live concert featured on the top at the time of the sinking of the Titanic? Does anyone remember that today is the 100th Anniversary or am I the only one?
I guess it doesn't really matter as long as they can't really make big bucks from it anymore, since the movie --made out of a fictitious couple, I should mention-- made billions of dollars and they're done milking it. What a disgrace this world we live in, only cares about money signs.
Anyway, if anyone does care there are several Facebook groups that support the anniversary:
- RMS …
Please slow down with all the updates, we can no longer keep up with so many new things. There should be more focus on the existing abandoned vandalized wikis. If the staff started to patrol abandoned wikis often checking for vandalism, there wouldn't be wikis saturated with vandalism by the time they're reported.Read more >
This used to be in my user page, I wrote this when blogs were not as popular.
I am specially concerned about awareness of the H1N1 virus in the city I live in. I know this is not a local problem. And it seems many private organizations are not taking the appropriate measures to prevent ANY disease from spreading.
I want to emphasize on the fact that if the preventative measures were adequate in the USA, there would not have been as many cases of H1N1 in this country.
In my opinion, the government intentions are good to stop the spread of Swine Flu; but perhaps not good enough.
I personally was in a hospital emergency room in the state I live in on May 12th, 2009. I saw NOT ANY ONE preventative measure within the area I was in, (two large emerg…
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