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Warren Day
7 years ago

The Titanic sank in April.

Bob Harbison
8 years ago

Oh, I see, they're implying they sank on the same day. That's not correct, the Titanic sunk on April 15th (which may be related to the IRS tax agency in the USA, but not the Concordia…)

Amir Esmann
8 years ago

There is a typo error Costa Concordia was a Friday the 13th

Bob Harbison
8 years ago

Not sure what's so amazing, that's pretty much how any sinking ship would look.

Helgen Rövenich
9 years ago

Hallo, dafür gebe ich auch +1

Mansur Esmann
9 years ago

The Titanic sunk on 15. April 1912 not un 14. January.
See: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Untergang_der_Titanic
But still a hundret Years …. aprox

Amir Esmann
9 years ago

Coincidence a picture say more than 100 years or words

Andy Grundy
9 years ago

uncanny

Niles Calder
9 years ago

It's a sign that people aren't paying attention. The only similarities are that they're both ships that sank in years ending in 12. Different dates and different months. 🙂

U-Ming Lee
9 years ago

It is a sign.

Erol Koc
9 years ago

+U-Ming Lee x/14/12 – x/14/12 Supernatural or coincidence?? 😉

U-Ming Lee
9 years ago

Hate to say it but the Titanic sank on the 14th of April 2012.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RMS_Titanic

Thomas Lambertz
Thomas Lambertz
9 years ago

costa concordia 13. 01.

Liz Super Cheers
Liz Super Cheers
9 years ago

Wheow! For real?… Strange huh…