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      12-06-2011, 01:59 PM   #40
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Originally Posted by Mahmood07 View Post
In Arab culture it's found to be rude and unsanitary to keep your shoes on in the house, but I wouldn't ask an American to take off his shoes. I just hope he would realize that himself when he sees a bunch of shoes at the front door
This is spot on. The respectful thing to do is take your shoes off when going to someone's house.
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Originally Posted by BMWinNorthdakota View Post
I used to all the time, and most of my family does.

However, as of late... I haven't been simply because my shoe collection has grown and I like to keep them all upstairs in my room. It seems like If I take them off at the entry way like I used to, I just accumulate a huge friggin pile.

Once snow becomes a frequent thing though, I will have to revert back to my old habits simply because its a necessity.
This is spot on as well. My parents flip when they see a bunch of shoes by the door. So I just wear them until I get to my room, then I take them off.
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Also - are rod bearings near the tie rods?