I have yet to try this one… what a great way to give a new life to the flipflops hanging around at home.
Want to have your own pair of these amazing sneaker Creepers?
Flat Lace ups shoes- Could be Vans, Converse or high tops –High Tops provide more support for your ankles) ,
Three pairs of rubber thongs, give or take depending on how high you would like your creepers. You may find that you will need a larger size of thongs than what would you normally wear.
Shoe glue – I used 2 tubes.
Large serrated knife
Ink pen or pencil
Plasti-Dip liquid rubber paint
Sponge paint brush
Rubber Gloves- So you dont get glue all over your hands
Step 1: Clean the Shoes
Ensure that before you start making the shoes that they are thoroughly cleaned, Use Mentholated Spirits or nail polish remover to do so. (It’s essential to make sure everything is clean as dirt and moisture prevent glue from making a secure bond.)
Take a day to bike, walk or fly!
Pack a picnic – don’t forget to take your trash with you –
+ spend the day breathing in some O(xygen) and hugging some trees.
I’d suggest going before Saturday, wind might blow the lovely flowers away.
Results weren’t ideal for Toronto’s Hydro customers or environmental advocates.
18 out of 45 City Councillors voted in favour of ‘POLLUTER PAYS’
This would have gained the city of Toronto $1.6 million by charging hydro companies for their pollution instead of giving them discounts and allowing pollution fees to be passed down to hydro customers.
22 Councillors including the Mayor voted against full cost recovery.
They decided to allow corporate polluters to get discounts on the clean up costs associated with water treatment. This means hydro customers are still paying double for clean up fees.
See how your Councillor voted:
Interesting how BOTH burger brains voted against making corporations pay money to the City. Notice Rob Ford’s conflict of interest …
Gasland 2 is the sequel to an American documentary that focuses on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and what happens to regular people because of the gas industries we support everyday. If you drive a car, heat your home, own a cellphone OR eat food that doesn’t come from your backyard WATCH THE DOCUMENTARY.
Do you know there are places in America that don’t have any clean water because of fracking?
Kids who can’t swim or play in ponds near their home because of the chemicals irresponsibly released into their water supply?
Dimock, Pennsylvania’s water is flammable because of improper disposal of waste water from drilling. There is gasoline and methane in their drinking water!
Flaming hoses… in Texas, too!
Fracking in the neighborhood doesn’t just manifest itself in water. Chemicals blowing in the wind can cause health problems (more…)
On antibiotics and chemical cleaning solutions leaking into our sewage (and drinking) water.
What’s more awful is that the majority of it is coming from law-breaking companies that rely on OUR TAX MONEY to clean up their mess. This city must be drinking some hardcore, homemade brew-skis if they are not realizing all of this lost revenue. Our TTC fare was raised by the lovely mayor so that “we could get some real progress on the joke we call ‘transit” but what I don’t understand is why they are ignoring the big boys and girls sleeping in the bathtub. (more…)