What time tomorrow? {for the anniversary chat}

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What time are we meeting on monday?

-- Rose (rose347@juno.com), December 18, 1998


Response to What time tomorrow?

Is it Sunday or Monday?

-- Dan Draghici (ddraghic@sprint.ca), December 19, 1998.

Response to What time tomorrow?

Sunday, December 20, 11:00 PM ET - Anniversary Chat meeting. We'll either use the Winterchallenge Chat board at


or a Java chat board using ParaChat at my own website:


See you all tomorrow. And Happy Birthday, "Titanic"!

-- Dan Draghici (ddraghic@sprint.ca), December 19, 1998.

Response to What time tomorrow?

I just watched the movie again. Sniff, sniff. As do I always, I cried until my head hurt. It's amazing how many memories a movie can bring back. Certain lines from the movie or a certain part in a song sparks so many memories of my friends and I...going to see it countless times in the theater with the whole class, even walking in the rain just to cry and get a headache, all us girls hudldling in a circle listening to the tape recorded MHWGO as we sigh and maybe even go a little teary eyed, hearing the guys talk about what a wimp DiCaprio is, probably because their just jealous that all their girls are swooning over him. I absolutely cannot believe it has been a YEAR. Does anyone's heart actually feel heavy when Jack dies and lighter when they are reunited besides mine? I guess I should save this for our chat tomorrow, but I just thought I'd share my thoughts with you. That is one of the greatest movies ever made. Literally, a masterpeice...the music, the dialogue, the scenery, the story, the feeling you get when you see everyone together again at the Grand Staircase at the end, when Jack reaches out his hand. Sigh. This isn't a movie that you see, cry, talk about and get over. Nope. As one year has proved, Titanic has saved itself a special place in my heart. I can go on and on about this right now, but my eyes are red and my head hurts. Yet I always feel just a tad bit better when I hear MHWGO at the end credits. Then I sigh and think once again I just saw a great movie. All I have to say is this is a brilliant movie. Absolutely brilliant. :-)

-- Kelly (foo@bar.com), December 20, 1998.

Response to What time tomorrow?

Hi again Kelly. I know just how you feel. I can still remember the first time I saw Titanic at the movies with my mum. I bawled so hard my chin was wobbling and I couldn't even see the screen when Rose said "I'll never let go" and let him slip into the water.

It's funny, I took my boyfriend along to see it at the drive-in on my third viewing and he was bored during the love story part but loved the sinking. Everytime I watch it on video at home now he walks in just after it's hit the iceberg, he must have great timing huh? ;-)

-- Emma (dilemma76@hotmail.com), December 20, 1998.

Response to What time tomorrow?

Opps. Got the dates messed up...

-- Rose (rose347@juno.com), December 20, 1998.

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