Sometimes, I have the flip flops with me so maybe you are right and that satisfies them........I think it just depends on who sees you and what their personalMessage 1 of 20 , Sep 1, 2008View SourceSometimes, I have the flip flops with me so maybe you are right and that satisfies them........I think it just depends on who sees you and what their personal opinion is about bare feet. I am sure there will be more people/businesses that will say something to me.Victoria><>On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 1:12 PM, Gene Gugliotta <thinnmann@...> wrote:
I was in Home Despot yesterday barefoot and nobody said a word to me. I was carrying flip-flops, so maybe that satisfied them.
On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 11:43 AM, Kelly Cox <wisc_galoot@...> wrote:
You go into Home Depot barefoot? I got kicked out of the Gilroy CA
Home Depot a couple of weeks ago, for being barefoot. A worker called
a manager, and he insisted that I put on shoes or leave. I pointed out
that they had no sign on the door requiring shoes, and that there is
no state law requiring shoes. He said "yes there is, you know--no
shoes, no shirt, no service!". Not the sharpest tool in the store,
What was really ironic was that there was a major safety hazard right
out in the parking lot--my electrician brother pointed to a light pole
that was missing an access cover, so 205V wires were sitting there
where any kid could reach in and get zapped.
Barefoot Kelly in Madison
--- In RunningBarefoot@yahoogroups.com, victoriapatt@... wrote:
> I go in my post office, Lowe's, Home Depot, lots of service stations and
> small stores. I wear flipflops to church and take them off a lot of the
> time while there. Walmart I usually wear flip flops in and take
> while there. Only the one time have I had a complaint at a small
store at a
> local service station. We do have a dress code at work but I keep
> their that I can put on my feet when someone comes in who thinks
> important, my supervisor doesn't care.