Odd that he isn’t barefoot in panel 1, but good to know it isn’t a passing thing with Denis. I’ve ridden loads of bikes barefoot, it’s way easier than with shoes as your legs don’t go up so high. Can’t understand how people do it in flip-flops. Madness, especially on a hill, one of those gets caught and you are looking forward to a trip to the dentist and the hospital…
all of you wealthy adults are the children playing games. i’m shure if you had to walk barefoot because of lack of shoes you would throw a lot of tantrums and blame everybody for your “misery”. but now you’re providing barefoot living, knowing you’re completely safe from the need, from the poverty. i don’t like double games.
Tantrum? Dude, we LIKE going barefoot. We go hiking barefoot. You are picking on the wrong people here. We don’t think going barefoot is any kind of misery. We enjoy it, and we know it is better for us than shoes!
You are linking money to feet, and that is just stupid. Poverty has nothing to do with going barefoot any more than going bareheaded or bare handed! It is only because stupid people make that connection that people in Africa and India think they need shoes to look ‘wealthy’.
I have not worn shoes for about three years now, the guy who runs this site has not done so for even longer. It has nothing to do with being able to buy them – we DON’T WANT them!
Also, Patron is an American word for customer. Using it doesn’t make us wealthy.
Hadashi – don’t make such a fuss. patron all over the world is a boss, but in america all things seem to be strange. if the blog’s owner hadn’t closed comments there i’d never write such a thing – i’d always thought he was a decent man and i liked him.
i wholly understand your opinion and absolutelly agree with it – but you can’t get what had i said. if YOU Hadashi HAD to go barefoot ’cause NOT from your will – would do you think as you think now? or maybe you would agree with my opinion?
and where do you live to go barefoot whole 3 years along – in south florida?