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Have you seen Skechers? They’re shoes you can simply slip on without bending over, or wiggling your foot, or using a shoehorn.

Have we arrived at an age of Skechers where we’re too lazy to bend down to put on shoes, where we text our family in the next room instead of walking ten yards to see them, and where we want cars that park themselves because we’re too lazy or incompetent to learn how to parallel park?

The tag lines is: “You’ll never have to touch your shoes again.” Martha Stewart is helping to hawk this stuff. I’m sure Oprah will soon be explaining how there are weight loss advantages, which seems to be her calling in life.

Why not some rubberized black paint to plaster the bottom of our feet, obviating the need to wear shoes altogether, and maybe even clothing? There’s a shame for that, and it’s not Skechers.

It’s Neanderthal.

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Alan Weiss is a consultant, speaker, and author of over 60 books. His consulting firm, Summit Consulting Group, Inc., has attracted clients from over 500 leading organizations around the world.

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