Wednesday, December 29, 2010

The 27th

My barefoot wanderings took me to a few places. No pictures up yet because I'm on the iPad.

I went to return some DVDs to Shaws. No problems at all. Thank God.

We also had to pick up some stuff at CVS. Again it was a nice stop with no prejudice or hate.

I went to a restaurant called W.B. Cody's and was told I needed shoes. I went back to the car because my family was with me and they don't yet fully support me. When I came back I was in the doorway putting on my cut sperry topsiders the woman came back and said it's a law and I informed her that it is not a law. She then childishly responded yes it is. She clearly doesn't know how to argue. You don't just say the same thing over again. Anyway I said that the law is a myth nowhere in america are there laws against being barefoot. I told her to look it up. She said she could get fined if a health inspector saw that. I told her she really needs to do her research because she is dead wrong.

On our way out I was going to present her with the paper FROM THE RHODE ISLAND DEPT OF HEALTH proving she was wrong. But my family didn't want to deal with it and insist I'm being disrespectful and ridiculous. So I am going to go back there probably today and I'm going to leave those new fact sheets I got from vistaprint. I really like that place and I am not going to be kicked out by a non existent law or by prejudiced ignorant employees. I have my rights to be barefoot especially since it's for my health! Hopefully this ignorance and injustice will fade away with the rest of these petty people. I am not giving up!

As always,

Barefooting is easy
Barefooting is good for you
Barefooting is NOT illegal
Join the revolution

Please comment!

1 comment:

  1. I always carry a copy of the health dept letter indicating that barefooting is legal and within health codes. Next time you can show that to the worried waitress.
    Keep 'em bare!
    Barefoot James