posted on May, 24 2013 @ 12:16 PM
Eventually it will all become grist for the ATS Mill, but sometimes it takes a Beezer to get it to the boards.
I knew Crocs
were some sort of fashion sign post warning that we were going somewhere bad, I was just too busy to understand it well enough to
I have this weird thing about shoes. I think that it is because both sides of the family lived through the depression. My grandparents had shoe
issues, they passed the anxiety on to my parents and they passed it on to me. It just fundamentally does not make sense to me that when given the
choice as to where one will spend $40 on shoes that they would select some shoe-oid plastic thing.
The way a person dresses really does reflect their willingness to participate in society.
Have you noticed that most Americans these days dress in a daytime version of pyjamas? Oversized t-shirt, baggy shorts, and crocs, or some croc-like
It all says. "I don't want to talk to you, ignore me, can't you see I'm not dressed for it". For a guy, slacks, a collared shirt and shoes that will
take a polish mean, "I'm ready to engage and participate".
I think that we need to take a cue from our Latin American brothers and sisters; they wouldn't dare leave the house dressed in sweats and crocs. They
get up in the morning and put on their most appropriate 'best' and are ready to engage with society.
Presenting one's self nicely signals a willingness to be friendly and participate.
edit on 24-5-2013 by Bybyots because: