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Wednesday, October 24, 2012


(I know, I know, I could have found a better looking foot, but this is the best looking foot that I own.  You don't want to see the other one.)

THIS IS A "SHOE" (OK, It's a boot, but I'm making a point, so work with me here...)


     The point is, the "FOOT"  is a different shape from the "SHOE" (BOOT).  When you force the foot into the shoe anyway, you're gonna have a problem.  Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon, and for the rest of your life......(Where have I heard that?)

Feet were designed to be shaped like, well....................FEET!          For some reason, there seems to have been a tendency, for hundreds of years, to put them into something not shaped like a foot.  You don't put on a small, square baseball cap and force it onto your head, then wear it all day.  You don't put on tight leather mittens in the winter time.  For some reason, though, people seem to be content to shove their only means of locomotion into hard, tight, leather casings and then mince around all day.  Women's dress shoes are even worse!  Many of those are the same way, plus you can add a 2,3,4 inch or more spike to balance on all day.

We are going to keep having these problems with our feet until we start wearing either no shoes (if possible), or shoes that allow our fee to be .............FEET!

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