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They say, “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” But not this time.

On October 1, 2017, Stephen Paddock killed, at current count, 58 people and wounded another 515 from the isolated safety of his hotel room window.

It’s infuriating to watch senseless violence.

It’s repulsive to see publicity whores seize this moment to vomit their agenda on a traumatized nation. Can’t we wait a day or two to evaluate the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino? Do we need to tweet about divisive issues like gun control while some may still be dying?

There’s compassion as well. Parents, spouses, children, friends, and relatives of the victims have gaping holes in their hearts. 

Las Vegas is over 2,000 miles from my home in Central Pennsylvania. But the tragedy is on my mind as I work. Lives ended. Hearts feel crushed. For many, life has changed forever. As I reflect, something personal is nagging me.

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