Agreed, Spiderman.To answer all the serious questions here, Ismay was no Villain. Ismay should not have gotten a bad rap just for wanting to live. I do believe that things people did on that ship were heroic, and that 1,500 people died without consent that night who died a terrible death. Ismay, as Micheal Standard put it, was at the wrong place at the wrong time, specifically collapsible C being lowered. If you thought that you were watching the last life on a doomed ship lower away, what would you do. People are human and I don't think Ismay did anything WRONG. As his death would have just been another added to one of the worst tragedy's of all time. And if he went down with the ship like Andrews or Smith, he would have been seen a Hero. Now if anyone does not agree, just remember it is an opinion and that I am not defending anybody, I just think that People are going to act like people in a life or death situation. As for Ismay going into shock, he 100% did have some sort of PTSD, Jack Thayer (Many of you may have heard of him) went into Ismay's room on Carpathia because he seemed to be traumatized. by the disaster and Thayer described Ismay as not answering and staring into a blank space.
People were angry and wanted someone to blame