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Wednesday March 14th 2012    Tim Candler

        There is advantage to wearing sensible shoes and wiser socks. Suddenly a foot enters a phase where its heel is soft as an ear lobe.  But there is a curious and rather unpleasant burden that first has to be endured. 

       Probably it is true that most household dust comprises skin flakes.  So fine a dust, it's a haze. But heels, after a week or two in sensible footwear, begin to produce what I would call scattered hail.  Nor is it very attractive.

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