Lordy, it goes on and on.
Unless you've been in a cave the last couple of weeks, you know that today marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. In a travel article in this morning's Washington Post, Raymond M. Lane opines that the world is divided into two kinds of people:
. . . those who don't care about the Titanic, the doomed ocean liner that sank off the coast of New foundland on her maiden Atlantic crossing exactly 100 years ago, and another tribe of otherwise reasonable people who can't seem to get enough of its tragic story.
This week's New Yorker includes an article called, "Unsinkable: Why we can't let go of the Titanic". Why can't you? Or have you? Do you not care? Or can you not get enough of it? What tribe are you in?
The Sassistas! want to know so our hearts can go on.