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Archive for December, 2015

I’m Bitching and Moening

Today I want to continue with yesterday’s post by looking at another ADA case. This one, while quite disappointing, doesn’t really rise to the level of the judge cheating.

It is also a case that gets closer to something that a barefooter would care about.

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How Judges Cheat — Part 5

I’ve been looking a bit lately at the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and how it might apply to some barefooters. In the process, I’ve come across even more examples of how judges cheat, so I might as well add it to my “How Judges Cheat” series.

It also adds a different perspective to my thoughts on how the ADA might apply to barefooters.

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Saturday Comic

This comic appeared last year on January 7, 2015. It’s from the strip The Buckets, and is drawn by Greg Cravens, who took over the strip from its creator, Scott Stantis.

The Buckets, January 7, 2015

The Buckets, January 7, 2015

If you go barefoot all the time you can still feel these sorts of things. It just doesn’t hurt.

 

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Merry Christmas

 

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And a song, Barefoot Santa Claus, from Sonny James.

 

[A repost.]

 

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Saturday Comic

Here’s a depressing little comic. But those from Ziggy often are. It appeared on August 11, 2005.

Ziggy, August 11, 2005

Ziggy, August 11, 2005

Why should a machine care what somebody might have on their feet before they can buy something?

But for that matter, why should store employees (or librarians) care, either?

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If you’ve seen the movie The Big Short (or even just the trailer), you’ve seen that the character Michael Burry (a real person) is portrayed as going barefoot a lot.

In the book he is mostly shown as just eccentric. So I got wondering, was that added just for the movie?

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Saturday Comic

Yes, I know it’s Sunday. Yes, I’m a little late.

Today we feature Out Our Way, a comic (originally started in 1922) by J. R. Williams. After he died, it was continued by one of his assistants, Neg Cochran.

Out Our Way, September 2, 1969

Out Our Way, September 2, 1969

This is probably about the only time that a barefooter would consider putting on socks.

 

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