Undertoad Saturday Jul 22 12:51 PM
7/22/2006: Shaoguan shoes
Trilby Saturday Jul 22 01:49 PM
i hate wearing wet shoes and socks.
Clodfobble Saturday Jul 22 02:25 PM
That's a lot of very colorful shoes, especially red. If this happened in the U.S. they'd be 99% white, brown, and black.
Oafed Saturday Jul 22 04:26 PM
Drying out dead peoples shoes... GREAT
Stormieweather Saturday Jul 22 04:26 PM
The thing I wanna know is, what is going to happen to all those shoes once they're dried out?
glatt Saturday Jul 22 05:22 PM
I bet there is a shoe factory there, and these are new shoes.
xoxoxoBruce Saturday Jul 22 06:36 PM
I had the same thought.
wolf Saturday Jul 22 06:50 PM
I'd be careful about buying Chinese shoes next spring, then ... not as big a deal as checking dealership of origin on car purchases six months after a flood here in the U.S., but wearability will be affected by the soaking.
Ibby Saturday Jul 22 07:32 PM
my shoes are still cooler.
ajaccio Sunday Jul 23 11:18 AM
Wasn't there another story in the news sometime this year about a ship that lost it's cargo, a shipment of new shoes, and they mostly landed on the coast of France? Maybe it's something like that. But notice how NEATLY they are all arranged! Now that took some time!
wolf Sunday Jul 23 01:06 PM
The Chinese, I think, are known for their patience (willingness to keep at a project for 1800+ years qualifies) and also for their immense population. They have the time and the manpower to do pretty much anything.
xoxoxoBruce Sunday Jul 23 08:31 PM
Ibby Sunday Jul 23 09:07 PM
Good for him... I hate chucks, honestly, but I couldnt find any other cool, colourful shoes.
bluecuracao Monday Jul 24 01:37 AM
Do you have Plaid Vans, too? This is so *awesome.*
bluecuracao Monday Jul 24 02:10 AM
Never mind, I missed the part about not being able to find other colorful shoes. Just got a little too excited, there.
Nothing But Net Monday Jul 24 04:17 AM
These are the times that dry men's soles.