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Not really memes...but I saw this ridiculous ad and felt strongly about setting the record straight....

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So - set the record "straight" all you want however, I don't think the maker of this shirt is religiously motivated - they sell a bunch of shirts and they all have pop-culture references on them - most don't mention God at all. Get up in arms if you like, and I'll support you with the Anti-God thing, but I don't think this is what this shirt is about. They're just trying to make a buck. It's quoting lyrics and they are, in deed, correctly attributed to Tom Petty.

scurry Level 8 Jan 4, 2019

I was freshly irritated over a cross on public property. This was just one more drop in the bucket. So it got some attention....


Same with when people thought and used this as a patriotic song

Rudy1962 Level 9 Jan 4, 2019

Or this at weddings!

@phxbillcee good point


Free fallin is my all time favorite song. So now I'm listening to it on repeat.. in my new headphones that I got myself for Xmas. ?

Doraz Level 7 Jan 3, 2019

Fucking christians will grab anything they think they can use.
Too bad Tom can't come back and haunt their asses.

KKGator Level 9 Jan 3, 2019

I don't think the words in the song are to be taken literally. I think he was gently poking fun at the girl's beliefs. Just my opinion.

MojoDave Level 9 Jan 3, 2019

I think you're right



He is was a musician that knew what to say to get his music played.

Mokvon Level 8 Jan 3, 2019

More than welcome to use this platform to set the record straight! Good work!

phxbillcee Level 9 Jan 3, 2019

I'm actually quite proud of myself, lol

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