Torrential rain has caused abundant flooding in Nashville, Tennessee. The rain caused the level of the Cumberland River to rise over the levees that were in place. It all happened so quickly that the flood reportedly claimed the lives of 18 people in Tennessee.
And then there’s LP Field, home of the Tennessee Titans. While many of Nashville’s residents have evacuated, others were scrambling to or calling the stadium, hoping to renew their season tickets. Priorities…
“There are more pressing issues in our community — life and death,” said Don MacLachlan, Titans executive vice president of administration and facilities. “We have had fans trying to call us and even trying to get to the stadium for fear of missing the deadline.”
MacLachlan said fans should not come to the stadium and that the deadline will be extended to Monday and perhaps beyond. –The Leaf Chronicle.
Perhaps beyond? We’ll have to wait and see if anyone dies first. I’d expect nothing less from a League that essentially prints its own money. So is this better or worse than the oil spill off the Gulf Coast? Lemme drive around the block a couple of times while I think it over…
I want more like this!
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