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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as titanic.

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  • It is so easy to get caught up in the rhetorics of the Situationist spectacle when discussing 9/11, that one tends to forget these “little” tragedies, such as the man jumping on the photo, whose last two seconds of life are worth a novel in itself. 9/11, that titanical and hyperreal event, has shaped us all and I really feel sorry for all concerned.

    I wasn’t going to write about this « Jahsonic

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  • Means of such a disastrous nature its almost comical.
    eg 'The decision to go to war in Iraq was nothing less than titanical'

    October 26, 2015