On Monday afternoon news broke of multiple fatalities at a Ariana Grande concert in Manchester U.K.
My heart sank, of course.
It's a horribly dangerous world.
I must admit that I've thought about it before.
Back in the 1990's I went to the Bills playoff game at the stadium. This was during the first Iraq war. We all had to go through metal detectors for the first time.
It was hard to believe, actually...
...and was wildly inconvenient because we'd never had to do that before.
Now, of course, there are metal detectors everywhere. You can't get into a courthouse or Federal building without placing all your belongings into a bowl and stepping through metal detectors.
At the airports we all have to remove our shoes because of that one goofy shoe bomber. You can't even bring a freaking razor or more than 3 ounces of deodorant.
We can never be too safe, right?
When I went to the Kansas City-Yankees game last week I was at the entrance 15 minutes before first pitch. We were all gathered in one spot...
...hundreds and hundreds of us.
It entered my mind.
I got to the front of the line. Everything out of my pockets, stepped through the turnstiles and received a quick frisk.
Used to it now.
It's no longer shocking to be evaluated, and that's probably a good thing.
And yet, it happens.
Large groups of people are sitting ducks now because there are small groups of terrorists killing people in the name of religion?
Tell me how that makes any freaking sense!!!
We live in a different world now, and I'm pretty sure it won't ever go back to the way it once was.
Thoughts and prayers appears to be all that we have left.
Those poor people.
Out to have a good time.
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