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Picture of the Week: The rise of the boats

As the Costa Concordia is raised, the Titanic takes her revenge

 

The operation to raise and refloat the Costa Concordia has begun to take shape this week and our Picture of the Week is an ironic take on the fate of another stricken vessel.

 

An imaginary letter from The Titanic to icebergs
An imaginary letter from The Titanic to icebergs

Shared on Facebook by Jorge Santovenia – a star of the site ‘Rich Kids of Instagram’ – the image is of an imaginary letter written by The Titanic. It amusingly reads:

 

“Dear icebergs, Sorry to hear about the global warming. Karma’s a bitch. Sincerely, The Titanic”.

 

 

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