I really want to go to the dinner show at the Titanic museum here in Orlando, FL. But if we cant, planning to cook the last meal (1st class) and watch the 3d titanic movie. Anyone know the recipes? LOL
Hello Pat. Thats really funny when you wrote "Popeye has a lovely telescope and he is using it". Popeye would have eaten a can of spinach and blasted the iceberg out into space. Younger members on here wont have a clue as to what I am talking about. Ken.
Ken.Thanks for your reply about my Hero Popeye,I also give my respects to Olive Oil his wife,she could have cooked up some dinners for the passengers,I love spinach myself,no doubt spinach was served up on Titanic?
Hi Pat and Ken, Thanks for the comments. Popeye is a children's hero. Children like Popeye and Olive and the colors are naturally bright and transparent, and children love it. Why Popeye? Benign sailor who solves all the troubles the best way. Children and to love. Picture seems naive and there is no single symbol can indicate a serious threat. Simply Popeye's in action, adventure. But when a serious look at the picture, the adults will not see any symbol that resembles the Titanic, but here everything is absolutely right to associate. If you draw a parallel between what happened 100 years ago, and the scene that is happening in this picture you will see a deeper meaning to post pictures. The ship slowly sails, Popeye warned in time, it even has a telescope? ... His ship is named randomly Memorial Cruise. Regards,
Hello. Slight change of topic. I once visited Popeye village in Malta. Thats where the film Popeye was filmed in the 1970's. Wish I had been interested in Titanic back then. I could have tracked down the model ship of Titanic. I bet it was in fairly good condition back then. Ken.
Hello Aly. After reading what you wrote about being stuck in Melbourne. It makes me real glad that I live so close to where Titanic actually was. I do realise how lucky I am that I can drive for a couple of hours and be in Southampton which I do a few times a year. Ken.
Ken,You are lucky to live near where the Titanic sailed from Southampton,I was born just 30 miles away in Poole Dorset,and my stepsister lives in Hythe just across from Southampton,I now live 15 miles from where the ship was built,just down the road is where my Grandfather sailed from and where he was born in Cobh,only it is a long way from Bangor at the other end of Ireland,I do not have any connections though with France where the Titanic also left from,or not any connections that I know of.The hundred years anniversary of the Titanic I will Commemorate . ,(not celebrate as someone in Belfast remarked only we can Celebrate the Titanic)This remark was only as I know from one person and did not represent the people of Belfast,where my wife was born.Pat
Some friends of mine are putting on a dinner that I'm hoping to attend on the 13th. Unfortunately, I've outgrown my officers' uniform (White Star Line buttons and everything) . We've been looking at different places but even if I don't go as 6th officer Moody, I'll still go as Thomas Andrews. On the 14th, we might be going further back in history and attend a Civil War ball.
I hope you and your friends stick with the Titanic theme. I also think you should go and get a new officers uniform so you can come as James Moody' But Thomas Andrews is a good person to be too. Sounds like your in for a great night Joshua.