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The Rise of Mental Illness in the Apparel Sector

In his 2011 treatise Why the Epidemic? Bring Me My Pants, Dr. Marzo Angeli of the Krans Fripkin Institute taps into various streams of evidence to track a stark rise in mental disorders in the apparel sector over the past 15 years. Although Dr. Angeli finds the identification of this trend to be a simple [...]

Would You Wear Atheist Shoes?

If you are in the camp of declaring your non-theistic identity through your footprints, does it change your decision that Atheist Shoes sells a model of their footwear in a color they call Kitten Testicle Grey? [...]

Trust Tucked Into My Sneakers

People had the opportunity to steal vital and valuable items from me while I stood in the waves. No one took the opportunity. [...]

Walking the Walk of Sweatshop-Free Shoes: Rematch!

Back in the summer 2004, Adbusters had spent months telling the world that it would be selling sweatshop-free sneakers. Kalle Lasn and his crew of “culture jammers” had put forth a lot of attitude on their move, but hadn’t followed through with the production of an actual sneaker. I gave Adbusters a fairly hard time [...]

Japanese Prove The Yeti Wears High Heels!

Local legends say that the yeti can often be heard on cold winter nights, howling for something black and strappy. [...]

People Are Not Killing People For Their Tennis Shoes

Maybe, if they pray about it for long enough, Alice White and her ilk can come up with an argument for why the rampant destruction of shoes on the Internet makes it necessary for everyone to obey their Pope. [...]