Suzy Says
Radio Nowhere
The Shoes
July 9th, 2004 by suzy in Uncategorized

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~chuckle~

That just gets you thinking, doesn’t it?

Damn – when flying the broomstick last night, I lost control. I now see I lost my shoes as well! That will teach me to drink and fly.

I’ve never quite understood the point or significance of doing that. Hm.

I see this in my city (a major university town) all the time. I am not sure about the significance. Maybe a student does this when he/she

a. graduates
b. is no longer a virgin
c. turns 21

Jar

give a whole new meaning to athletes “hanging them up”

Hmmm– a sub-conscious desire to free our feet and fly?

hmmm … seen the film “Big Fish”?

In my brother’s neighborhood there’s a pair of his shoes hanging from a telephone wire. He put them out with the trash and some teenagers came by and decided to have some fun. I think Tim was a little mortified when he first saw them – once he figured out they were his. It’s a kid thing….

Significance of this in urban, low income neighborhoods is the loss of a homie (friend).
The shoes are tossed onto the overhead lines in honor and rememberance of a slain friend or relative.

Ummmmmmm this means you either want drugs and so tells a dealer you are interested in buying , or it means that there are drugs for sale wherever the shoes are hanging. I forget which one.

I just posted and it says Im souljorn-just letting you know i’m not. My name is Jenn. Wierd

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