Gorman's Cleansing Shower
- chapter 1 -
(copyright 1996 by H. Gorman)
- On April 15, 1912, the TITANIC, a British steamship on her maiden voyage from
Southampton to New York, slowly sank in the frigid water of the North Atlantic, after
striking an iceberg.
- She was the largest, most magnificent vessel afloat and was considered by all the
experts to be UNSINKABLE.
- That is why there were only half the number of lifeboats needed to save everybody
- By the time rescue ships arrived it was too late to save most of the passengers and
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA IS ALSO
CONSIDERED BY THE 'EXPERTS'
TO BE "UNSINKABLE"
IS It? . . . ARE we? . . . Read! . . Think! . .
use your COMMON SENSE!
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