TitanicDid you know that if you have an extra $35,000 in your pocket you can visit the Titanic with National Geographic? How cool would that be?

“By 1,000 feet, all traces of sunlight will be gone and you will be immersed in total darkness. To conserve power, the MIR submersibles run without external lights, however, the pilot will occasionally switch on the lights to observe passing marine life.”

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  1. As far as I see it, there are two things wrong with this trip. First you need $35,000 and then there’s the fact that you’re surrounded by _water_.Personally, I’d rather spend the money on something else like books, movies, new gadgets, a sombrero and a pair of bunny slippers.

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