Yes. In the late nineteenth century, William (Billy) Scholl left farm life in La Porte, Indiana, for life as a shoemaker in chicago. After noticing how much abuse the average foot takes, he decided to become a podiatrist and treat the problems he saw. Once established as a medical doctor, he created foot products such as the Foot Eazer, an arch support. Eventually he opened factories in the United States and Canada to manufacture the many products that bore his name.
And I was feeling old school today... so here's the cast of 21 Jumpstreet telling you not to to do drugs.
There's an 800 number too. Kudos to the first journaller who call sit and tells me what they say. I'm watching tv and playing games with Little Random and just can't bring myself to call 1-800-Cocaine. LOL