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The Law of Human Nature - A Titanic Encounter

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

You can't make this stuff up, I thought, as I stared at the TV. If not for realizing that people were going to die, I would have laughed. Earlier, I had joined relatives for a leisurely last meal at sea. We would disembark in the morning. I had partied to excess and needed a pillow. While the others went off for more, I stumbled to my stateroom.

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