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Friday Links Round Up: Moldy Toast. Carp Attack. E-Verify.

Moldy Toast. Carp Attack. E-Verify. Here's a little round up of links from around the Web you may have missed this week:

  • Will you follow the Pope on Twitter?
  • This conceptual device grows one meal a day: one fish and a portion of salad.
  • How your E-ZPass could help prevent premature births.
  • Have you read the God's Politics blog policy to the left of this page?

"The God's Politics blog seeks to run a variety of opinions on important issues of faith, politics, and culture. Unlike pieces by Jim Wallis and Sojourners staff, other opinions expressed on this blog do not necessarily represent the position of Sojourners."

  • As a Christian, do you think it is OK to celebrate the Fourth of July?

I hope you have a safe and lovely weekend.

Jeannie ChoiJeannie Choi is web editor at Sojourners.

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