Just a random question. Who, in YOUR opinion, personafies bravery in the face of the Titanic disater? In my opinion, Benjamin Guggenheim is the man. I know, I know, he was on board with a woman other than his wife, in the midst of an illicit affair. But Im not talking about the man's personal life. When he changed into evening clothes and sat in a chair, willing to face his mortality, knowing that he was on the way to Judgement for his personal actions...that folks, is Brave. On SEVERAL levels. Just looking for ya'll's thoughts.