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Remembering Tom Petty

I haven’t crunched any numbers, but it seems like 2017 is going to lose more celebrities than 2016. And we’ve lost another big name in Tom Petty.

While I wasn’t the biggest fan of Tom Petty, I’ve always appreciated his music. He’s a cultural music icon and deserved to be. I remember being introduced to Tom Petty during the MTV years when Music Television was defined by actual music… on television. Music twenty-four hours a day. And for a while, You Got Lucky played every hour on the hour (or so it seemed).

I’ve always loved that song.

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‘Panicked’ London train commuters force open doors, flee onto tracks when man reads the Bible aloud

Commuter Train

When I first read this I thought this is from The Onion. This has to be a joke. Satire?

Witnesses described the scene as “panicked” and a “commotion.”

Sadley, it’s neither. It appears to be serious, and of all the news I’ve read in a while, this may be the saddest thing I’ve read in a while. A man on the subway was reading from the Bible, and people were panicked and literally jumping from a train.

I understand if you don’t believe in God why you may be upset, but panicked!? What exactly is it about the Word of God that would set a “non-believer” into a panic mode? It’s just a book right? Nonsense? Do people panic over Santa Clause stories? I know that the Bible says to fear the Lord, but I don’t think this is what the writer had in mind.

So, what exactly would cause people to actually panic over the Word of God? If you ask me, I think deep down they know there’s power in the Word of God, and they don’t want to be confronted with it.

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