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claude explores abandoned footwear
April 30, 2009, 11:10 am
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wikipedia-logo Shoe flinging or “shoefiti” is the American and worldwide practice of throwing shoes whose shoelaces have been tied together so that they hang from overhead wires such as power lines or telephone cables. The shoes are tied together by their laces, and the pair is then thrown at the wires as a sort of bolas. This practice plays a widespread, though mysterious, role in adolescent.
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The pratice of shoes on power lines, in North America at least, is a common indicator that drug dealers are at work beneath them. So it’s “shoes on the power lines = drug dealers”.
True!

Comment by Ross Westle

Oops, just read the article. you already know that.

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