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Curiosity

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shoes

 

 
 
Before you judge someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes.
 

That way when you judge them, you are a mile away, and you have their shoes.
 
 
 

Mrs June 2008

 
Pennsylvania. man walks 25 miles to court for DUI sentencing

 

(06-12) 11:15 PDT Carlisle, Pa. (AP) —

 

A man facing sentencing on a drunken-driving conviction couldn’t get a ride to court. So he start walking. And walking. Stephen Shoemaker was scheduled to appear at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday for sentencing.

 

Shoemaker, 33, of Shippensburg, doesn’t have a car or driver’s license. So he started hoofing it to the courthouse at dawn. He kept walking for about 25 miles in 90-plus-degree heat.

 

Shoemaker arrived about 3:30 p.m. — after a detour to a hospital, where he was treated for dehydration.

 

Judge Edward Guido had issued an arrest warrant when Shoemaker failed to appear. But he agreed to defer sentencing until July. Guido said he hesitated only because “that means he’ll have to walk back to Shippensburg.”

 

Deputy Public Defender Anthony Adams volunteered to give Shoemaker a ride home.

 

 

 

Courtesy of AD

shoes

  

 

Before you judge someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes.

 

 

That way when you judge them, you are a mile away, and you have their shoes.

  

Mr April 2008

  

Never pet a burning dog

 

 

bruce

 

the springsteen effect

Mr February 2008

  

pebblebook

 

 

Thoughts on a pebble

 

parts of a light bulb

  

parts of a lightbulb

glove map

  

glove map

 

George Shove, map of London on a glove created for the 1851 Great Exhibition Featured in Maps: Finding Our Place in the World from The National Archives of the United Kingdom 

wire Sunday 27 January 2008

  

I find bits of wire every time I cross Stirling Bridge

 

 

Sims metals scrap metal trucks load their ships day and night. Stirling Bridge accumulates small scraps of wire and metal that we find as we walk across the bridge. The quantity is extraordinary.