The crowd at 7th and Montana found religion yesterday in the form of a roving "Mitzva Mobile" which rolled-up to Our Favorite Starbucks just in time to share some Old Testament thinking with neighborhood sinners. Indeed, spectators were agog as a Rabbinical Scholar emerged from a minivan, set-up a card table and began distributing Judaic Literature to passersby. In the Hebrew tradition, a Mitzva refers to "any act of human kindness, such as the burial of the body of an unknown person ..." Personally, while I find it hard to swallow a Torah reading with my cappuccino, I think we're lucky to have a Roving Rabbi in our midst. Wouldn't it be the ultimate "Mitzva" if he were to remove the last of the Protective Pylons from Our Favorite Parking Lot?!?