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Steiff's Titantic Teddy Bear

Steiff's Titantic Teddy Bear

Daily Echo: Me, Paul Lewis

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12:46pm Mon 13 Feb 12

waltons11 says...

I totally agree with you - this cannot be called memorabilia, it is cheap tat produced by Companies just trying to make money in any way they can. They have no morals or scruples. I would hope that the Sea city museum will not stock any of this rubbish and glad you will not either. Nice to see some people still have principles.
I totally agree with you - this cannot be called memorabilia, it is cheap tat produced by Companies just trying to make money in any way they can. They have no morals or scruples. I would hope that the Sea city museum will not stock any of this rubbish and glad you will not either. Nice to see some people still have principles. waltons11
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12:21pm Thu 16 Feb 12

Taskforce 141 says...

Whilst I agree with most of what you are saying re celebrating a disaster, my sense of humour made me giggle at the 'Titanic swimming club' T-shirt. Its slightly wrong, toating the line, but with very little to laugh or smile at with all that is going on at the moment a is it really a priority?
Whilst I agree with most of what you are saying re celebrating a disaster, my sense of humour made me giggle at the 'Titanic swimming club' T-shirt. Its slightly wrong, toating the line, but with very little to laugh or smile at with all that is going on at the moment a is it really a priority? Taskforce 141
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11:03am Sun 26 Feb 12

snapperdownunder says...

Shouldn't that be "commemorating" and not "celebrating" the disaster?
As for Titanic, I feel everyone should leave it alone and respect it as a grave site.... not make money out of people's suffering.
Shouldn't that be "commemorating" and not "celebrating" the disaster? As for Titanic, I feel everyone should leave it alone and respect it as a grave site.... not make money out of people's suffering. snapperdownunder
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7:29pm Mon 27 Feb 12

fuzzyfelt says...

my great grandad was a stoker or fire man on the titanic he went down with the ship ...regarding the tat available to supposedly remember this catastrophe its a bit like haveing a mug or a teapot made to commemorate the japanese earth quake or even the tsunami ...outrageous , shameful and distateful
my great grandad was a stoker or fire man on the titanic he went down with the ship ...regarding the tat available to supposedly remember this catastrophe its a bit like haveing a mug or a teapot made to commemorate the japanese earth quake or even the tsunami ...outrageous , shameful and distateful fuzzyfelt
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