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Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by Peter, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. Peter

    Peter Well-Known Member

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    There was a report on Radio 5 live (UK) wednesday evening as I was driving home from work. It was a story of a Canadian woman residing in the UK who was in hospital recovering from bilateral fractured ankle joints. Whilst in hospital, she was served a green salad (YUK!), complete with a rather large caterpillar inside, which found its way into her mouth via a piece of lettuce.

    The reason explained for her broken ankles was given by the unfortunate woman. She had bought a pair of MBTs to improve her posture, and took a tumble whilst wearing them!

    food for thought.
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  4. musmed

    musmed Active Member

    Dear All

    Nothing like 'pudding proof'.

    Think once: who can afford these silly shoe in Africa?


    So we stupids wear them.... (or flog them to bigger stupids)

    The only thing wrong with them is that I did not think of them first.

    Have a look at:
    www.musmed.com.au and on the side is a link to a photo taken by the Australian Medical Journal magazine winner. Check out their shoes, or lack of such.

  5. moe

    moe Active Member

    I'm not sure which photo you are referring to?

    Yes, I did have a girls look!!?

    Last edited: Apr 30, 2007
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