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Inspiration Intervention

November 20, 2012

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Last week, The Foundation for a Better Life (probably unintentionally) placed one of their new “Innovation” inspirational advertisements, featuring Henry Ford, in a bus shelter at an intersection in Pittsburgh which in the past year has seen an unsettling increase in violent hit-and-run incidents involving bicyclists struck by speeding cars. The irony is simply too dark to be funny, and someone recently responded in-kind. Perhaps The Foundation could replace the Ford ad with another of their stated values – hopefully something more applicable to car traffic, like Patience

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