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    A Tune to 'Sink' Along to: What to Do When Your Boat's Going Down

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    One-hundred-and-four years after the RMS Titanic sank to the bottom of the Atlantic, memories of that tragedy still linger on. At least in the heart and mind of a ferry boat captain in Brazil.

    When, all of a sudden, his boat began to fill with water, the skipper decided to play the theme song from … you guessed it right! James Cameron’s 1997 epic movie Titanic.

    You’re here, there’s nothing I fear,
    And I know that my heart will go on

    Hats off to the brave Captain who, at this trying moment, managed to keep his cool and entertain his passengers.

    But still, for all his good intentions, maybe he should have tried to avoid painful associations with the tragedy that happened on the fateful night of April 14, 1912…

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