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08/06/2015    

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RE: Outrageous Shoe of the Day













What to wear to SeaWorld?



Source: Kermit Tesoro via Virtual Shoe Museum


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04/09/2020    

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What to wear to a Seder?


Source: Cafe Press


04/08/2020    

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RE: Outrageous Boots of the Day













Halloween can't come fast enough!


Source: Jozefien Vandermarliere via Virtual Shoe Museum


04/07/2020    

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Suitable for NFL Steelers or Saints fans.


Source: Wopke Grobben via Virtual Shoe Museum


04/06/2020    

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How to attract a bird?


"The pattern of ‘red and gold’ is based on a pair of early 20th century slippers sold at Grand Bazaar in Istanbul. I replaced the silk bow and buckle with red mizuhiki strings in a shape resembling a bower’s bird nest built in distinctive patterns and colors to attract mates."



Source: Belginn Yucelen via Virtual Shoe Museum


04/03/2020    

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What to wear with that black sable coat


Source: Bertrand LandrO via Virtual Shoe Museum


04/02/2020    

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No wonder they say high heels are dangerous!


This high heel shoe car was created by David Crow in Seattle. He used a 1972 Honda CB 350 motor and running gear. The shoe car took him four years to complete and would definitely be every woman’s choice for driving to work.



Source: Submitted by Dr. Howard Lepolstat


04/01/2020    

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Die-hard Apple fans don't just want the latest iPhone.


A pair of Apple sneakers from the 1990s just sold for $9,687 in an online auction.



Source: Mary Meisenzahl, Business Insider [3/25/20]

03/31/2020    

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What's black and white and tread all over?


Source: Mariellle Wichards via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/30/2020    

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It's always a good time to be patriotic


Source: Kasia Ostapowicz via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/27/2020    

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RE: Social Distancing and Podiatrists



This is a true story that happened to me yesterday. I have the solution to social distancing. I went out to get coffee in a local 7-11. The store manager who knows me well for years greeted me with, "Good morning Doc"  and everyone near me scattered!


 


Howard Dinowitz, DPM, Brooklyn, NY

03/26/2020    

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Shoes with anti "tail-gaiting" heels


Source: Virtual Shoe Museum


03/25/2020    

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This shoe is based on the oldest Turkish shoe form in history.


Source: Suhandan Ozay Demirkin via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/24/2020    

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These shoes fit like a glove!


Source:  Riina Oun via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/23/2020    

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Worn by Clifford's (The Red Dog's) dogwalker?


Source: Robert Wun via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/20/2020    

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The latest in trendy AFOs (photo: Jürgen Holzenleuchter)


Source: Angela Spieth via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/19/2020    

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What Alice wore in Wonderland?


Source: Danny Sullivan via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/18/2020    

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As they say in Brooklyn, "Forkget about it!"


Souce: Lauren Johnstone via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/17/2020    

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Perfect for next year's St. Patrick's Day Parade?


Source: Amazon.com


03/16/2020    

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The only safe way to kiss during a pandemic?


Source: Mark Schwartz via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/13/2020    

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Different stripes for different types?


Source: Camper + Bernhard Willhelm via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/12/2020    

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Do these spirals add spring to your gait?


Source: Nita Soreq via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/11/2020    

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What to wear when watching The Office


Source: Subnitted by Vikal Singh, NYCPM student


03/10/2020    

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Strawberry shoe cake?


Source: Safa Sahin via Virtual Shoe Museum


03/09/2020    

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RE: Heads You Win, Tails, I Lose


 


Several years ago, I performed a tarsal tunnel release on a patient. The charges all went to meet his deductible. He refused to pay us anything, so we sent him to collections. He then had his attorney call and demand that we write off the balance on the account because of malpractice on my part. I asked what malpractice was done? He responded, "Don't worry, I'll find something." Shortly afterwards, the patient declared bankruptcy and so we had to write it all off anyways. 


 


Tom Silver, DPM, Minneapolis, MN

03/06/2020    

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Footshake Replacing Handshake as Coronavirus Spreads


 













Tanzanian President John Magufuli (right) greets opposition politician Maalim Seif Sharif Hamad (left) by tapping their feet together.



 


Italy is set to release new rules in an attempt to contain the spread of the coronavirus, which includes advice telling people to avoid shaking hands or hugging.


 


Source: Vicky McKeever, CNBC [3/5/20]
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