Video taken from a drone flyover just south of Mayflower, Arkansas shows the extent of damage from a tornado that touched down Sunday evening.
Aerial view of Arkansas tornado damage
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Eddie Vedder – "Imagine"
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Here is link to Rolling Stone story: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/eddie-vedder-reinforces-anti-war-stance-plays-imagine-at-concert-20140721
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