Iceberg right ahead!. . This iceberg was photographed by the chief steward of the liner Prinz Adelbert an the morning of April 15, 1912, just a few miles south  Iceberg right ahead! This iceberg was photographed by the chief steward of liner Prinz Adelbert an morning April 15 1912 just a few miles south
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This iceberg was photographed by the chief steward of the
liner Prinz Adelbert an the morning of April 15, 1912, just
a few miles south at where the "Titanic" went down. The
steward hadn' t yet heard about the Titanic. What caught
his attention was the smear of red paint along the base of
the berg, indication that it had collided with a ship.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#17 - okamiterasu
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Passenger: How far are we from land?   
Captain: Two miles...   
Passenger: which direction?   
Captain: Down
Passenger: How far are we from land?
Captain: Two miles...
Passenger: which direction?
Captain: Down
User avatar #68 to #17 - ravarshi
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thank you, i have a deep connection with the titanic, gotten to touch pieces of the ship on display and this made me laugh so hard i almost spit out my chocolate bar.
User avatar #70 to #17 - afaik
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Why the **** was the word "Passenger" censored when I wasn't logged in?
#71 to #70 - comradewinter
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Because it contains passenger.

Don't ask.
User avatar #72 to #71 - afaik
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Mnyes... "A censored country is a happy country" indeed.
#28 to #17 - vantantennisman
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(01/09/2014) [-]
Wow that was deep
User avatar #63 to #28 - newsuperyoshi
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Carlos, I swear to every pantheon everywhere... F**k it, AG AHRK ALUN AUS, Carlos! A statement in Dragon Language of the Elder Scrolls Games, specifically, Skyrim, it's translated as 'Burn and ever suffer' as a shout.
#65 to #28 - anon id: 677ba42c
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User avatar #58 to #28 - aidansofunny
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balls deep
#31 to #28 - anon id: 39c8318d
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**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #427 at less armor is the best armor ** CARLOS
#29 to #28 - anon id: c7516d6b
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Kill yourself, pathetic thumbwhore.
User avatar #52 to #29 - iamaniceperson
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Weren't trolling anons instinct?
#60 to #52 - anon id: 1eeca638
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i will ill your ****** fagget **** you ****** ******
User avatar #3 - applezachs
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(01/09/2014) [-]
see Titanic, they were able to avoid the iceberg
#23 - triplexrated **User deleted account**
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User avatar #56 to #23 - junknic
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Remind me of this: Titanic SUPER 3D
#42 - depedrows
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**depedrows rolled a random image posted in comment #228 at Thank You Wallace ** what really sank the titanic
#46 to #42 - superbigfupa
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User avatar #44 to #42 - jwash
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I ******* knew it.
#47 to #42 - legitpedobear
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The Titanic huh? Is that what people are calling Funnyjunk these days?
#53 to #47 - ryderjbudde
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Comment Picture
#4 - charming
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Didn't the the collision happen underwater? I mean, that parts of the ship and the iceberg that hit eachother were both underwater.
User avatar #5 to #4 - hudge
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The Titanic collision has always been something of an anomaly.

For instance, the captains decision to turn away from the iceberg. If it had crashed straight onward, the ship would've survived on it's forward locking bulk-heads containing the water leaking into the front end of the ship, but scraping the side of the ship along the berg doomed it.
User avatar #7 to #5 - anonemous
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or if the captain had reduced speed from 20 knots to 10 when he received warning of icebergs on his route, so he could have maneuvered easier....
#15 to #7 - boothead
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Or if the captain could pilot his ******* boat properly instead of masterbating over getting to the United States faster like Vageta does over power levels*
#27 to #15 - sanguinesolitude
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ice ice baby   
hit me baby one more time   
rolling in the deep
ice ice baby
hit me baby one more time
rolling in the deep
#73 to #5 - solomonkane
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the exact opposite would have happened, the sudden stop of that heavy ship would have caused it to be crushed under its own momentum like a tin can and would have sank in minutes.
User avatar #6 to #4 - rokai
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You also got to realize that icebergs constantly melt. Which means that there is never a solid center of mass and the iceberg constantly tosses and turns in the water. So the fact that the collision happened under water means nothing.
#20 - anon id: 49e32308
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Here's another picture of the same iceberg
#26 to #20 - sanguinesolitude
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my god i knew it looked familiar
User avatar #34 to #26 - tankerdude
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how long did that take you
User avatar #35 to #34 - sanguinesolitude
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bout 5 minutes
User avatar #37 to #35 - tankerdude
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would have taken me like 10
User avatar #39 to #37 - sanguinesolitude
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not sure your point... it was pretty basic
User avatar #40 to #39 - tankerdude
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yeha but I would of sat there and messed with it and then asked my brother for a second opinion which would require more tweaking
User avatar #41 to #40 - sanguinesolitude
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well sure if it was for people who mattered. but it's just for you faggots
User avatar #43 to #41 - tankerdude
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well then
#13 - apronboobsface
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I've never heard of icebergs being referred to as "bergs" before and for some reason it really made me laugh

the 'berg
guys i'm heading over to the 'berg
cool say hey to the 'berg for me

I... don't know
#14 to #13 - themonkeyfrompluto
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berg just means mountain.
User avatar #30 to #13 - leonhardt
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Berg lettuce
Gonna get me some 'berg
#16 to #13 - firesky
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Berg is german for mountain.

It probably found it's way in the english language like kindergarten
User avatar #69 to #16 - ravarshi
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english is a butchered language anyways, it's a mish mash of every other ******* language just pronounced out instead of others. berg is german for mountain, so ice berg would be ice mountain, english just sai **** you, it's an iceberg, no defintion needed
#57 to #16 - anon id: f8607a42
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ICE MOUNTAIN
User avatar #21 to #16 - lillamy
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It's called "berg" in Swedish too.
User avatar #19 to #16 - apronboobsface
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I didn't know that! Thank you for the fact
#50 - sanjuro
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looks like black paint to me.
User avatar #51 to #50 - ryderjbudde
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You must be colorblind.
#25 - widsquard
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D-D-D-D-D-D-DOUBLEKILL!
#32 - luwak
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Things that have bad outcomes that have have actually happened, such as the sinking of the Titanic. I can't help but hesitate before I add a +1 onto the content.. For the sheer fact it is labeled as, "Funny", though it was interesting and maybe worth the +1 (I did +1 it op.) it still remains as the more informative than funny subjects, creating tension to what you're doing when liking content..

>food for thought.
User avatar #54 to #32 - cormy
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I'd like it if there was a voting system like the one they used to have on deviantart. They were just emoticons of various types.
There was like... Happy, sad, angry, neutral, random and then each of those had sub-categories.
User avatar #48 to #32 - Schmeckle
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Considering half the stuff found on the front page, I don't think thumbing up really means "this is funny" to most people anymore.
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