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No shirt, no shoes, no service? You should walk in without pants on
some day.

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Walter Coe [mailto:Whalt@xxxxxxx]
      Sent: Sun 3/28/2004 5:06 PM
      To: DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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      Subject: [DMCForum] Re: Walter...
     
     

      > I for one have tried to drive and my left foot kept
      > slipping off the cluth. It tore my cuticles all to
      peices;-)
     
      Ouch!
     
      I think it is actually safer to drive barefoot since I can
      feel the pedals better.  If your foot is slipping from the
      clutch while barefoot, then would your foot be any more
      coordinated while bound up in a shoe?  I slip with my hands
      occasionally and hurt my fingers, but I don't use that as an
      excuse to wear gloves all the time.
     
      > > 4th day? Your slipping, You where here Sunday without
      shoes, this
      > means
      > > you must have worn shoes Monday.
     
      Yeah, I only wore a pair of sandals in the grocery since I
      was with my mom & didn't feel like possibly starting a scene
      in front of her.  Publix has the NSNSNS (no shirt, no shoes,
      no service) signs on the door.  Today makes my 6th day of
      totally shoeless.
     
      Today I got challenged at IHOP since they said it was
      against health department regulations.  I showed them
      documentation to the contrary, and they let it go.  You
      never know what you can get away with until you try.  I was
      also polite, otherwise well dressed and drove a really cool
      gullwing sports car that had half the employees talking.
     
      Walt
     
     
     
     
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