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The Ironic Catholic: Understanding Christian Art: There's an app for that

The Ironic Catholic: Understanding Christian Art: There's an app for that | The Amused Catholic: an Ezine | Scoop.it

(Question: Is this a group of people at a Renaissance Faire playing poker, or a deep piece of Christian art? Flummoxed?)

...Here she comes to save the day! An art interpretation app created by my cool friend Eileen!

Eileen has a doctorate in Religious Education and Art; she knoweth her stuff. She's created an app .... (click for more)

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NYC Department of Transportation Presents Curbside Haiku - Core77

NYC Department of Transportation Presents Curbside Haiku - Core77 | The Amused Catholic: an Ezine | Scoop.it

This has nothing to do with Christianity but is the second coolest thing ever: traffic etiquette haiku.... 

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whimsy's comment, December 14, 2011 9:09 AM
This places the burden of safety on the pedestrian. Now, that may be common sense, but the fact is pedestrian safety is the burden of the motorist precisely because it is the duty of the strong (in this case the motorist) to protect the weak (the pedestrian) -. Twice in the last month I've seen motorists honk at pedestrians for being in the way and I hate this! The motorist should always yield to the pedestrian. I'm sorry that NYC chooses to help the weak fend for themselves instead of cracking down on offending drivers.