In honor of the 101st anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, I present you with Brice's version of the events...using the stairs as visual aid.
"When the Titanic hit the iceberg and started to sink, the water filled the bow and it went down into the water and lifted the stern up in the air. Then it broke in half between the third and fourth funnels. The stern filled with water, too, and went almost straight down, 12,000 feet. The front went further away, and deeper, like here. The top of the stairs is where the stern landed, and the bottom is the bow, further away and deeper."
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