Although it may be a little soon to present evidence that Joe T-shirt's life has actually been changed, I suggest the following:
This morning Joe was broke and out of work.
Now he runs his own home-based business and is loving it!
This morning Joe drove a broken down '92 Ford Escort.
Now Joe's Porsche Carrera GT is sitting outside in the Venue's parking lot.
This morning Joe was a lonely bachelor with no idea how to meet women.
Now Joe is happily married and raising five beautiful kids.
Believe me, I know what it's like to have your life changed instantaneously. Last week, I took Mrs. Wanders to see Paul McCartney at our local Venue. He had a few more people in the audience than Lawrence Jonis (at least 50,000 according to the Washington Post), but other than that, the experience was just as transformational. I'd never seen him before, and I was blown away by the performance. He played over 20 Beatles songs. He played for two hours and 45 minutes without a break and his band members looked exhausted by the end of the show, but he looked like he could keep going. Mrs. Wanders and I were sitting on the field, only 39 rows away, and we could see very well. He announced he was going to do a song he rarely performed, but he wanted to do it because he thought one of our local residents (President Obama), might want to sing it to his lady love, and he launched into the song, "Michelle." It is the song that Mrs. Wanders was literally named after. At that moment, I felt my life transformed. And while I don't currently drive a Porsche, I definitely am a changed man.
I took this picture with my cell phone so you could enjoy a bit of the concert as well.
And the Washington Post took this one:
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