I eat it.
Saturday, September 30, 2017
Friday, September 29, 2017
Thursday, September 28, 2017
the maturation process
The cobblestone streets of Milan are truly ancient.
They’ve been embedded with trolley track since 1881,
5 years before our ClockTower.
Horses did the work back then.
Then came steam.
Overhead wiring brought electricity to the 110 mile system in 1893.
In Center City the tram cars have all been modernized.
But a ride out to the ‘burbs is more impressive.
That’s where the older tram cars are still in use.
Crafted in chrome and glass, enameled steel and gleaming mahogany,
they are a throwback to the early 1940’s.
And they are spotless.
No graffiti. No scratching or carving on the seats.
There is a civic pride in these trains and the locals take excellent care of them.
No one litters. The cars are immaculate.
New Yorkers are a young culture and we have some growing up to do.
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
think longer about this
Labels: History, Photography
Monday, September 25, 2017
Labels: Architecture, Philly
Sunday, September 24, 2017
see how he did that?
Pope Francis issued a statement saying sexual abuse of children by priests was a "monstrosity" and then promptly REFUSED to waive diplomatic immmunity, shielding the child abusing priest from American prosecution.
Pope Francis then issued some empty statement about
“zero tolerance” for child related sexual offences.
But only after the Priest was safely back in the Vatican.
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