There are many cultural variations as well, with differences between ... In some
neighborhoods, shoes tied together and hanging from power lines or tree ...
Jul 12, 2011 ... What's with all those shoes hanging in trees and from power lines? ... what these
shoes signify abound, but, contrary to what one hears, there's ...
Mar 17, 2014 ... ... at some point you'll see somebody's shoes tossed over a power line, ... to
launch your shoes into the air, hoping they'll dangle there forever, ...
All over the US, I've seen people tie sneakers/tennis shoes together by their laces
and hang them from power lines (I presume they throw the shoes up there).
It's either there's a gang around or drugs are sold somewhere near or somebody
was murdered and the victim's shoes are thrown over the lines....Blah blah blah.
It would be easy to shrug off the sight of one or two pairs hanging on wires, but ...
The belief is that shoes on power lines indicate that there is a place that sells ...
Sep 7, 2014 ... There are many different reasons, the main explanations seem to be: ... Here in
Australia, if a certain brand of shoes is on power lines, it's a drug dealer meeting
point. .... Just hang out in an unmarked car near the shoe spots.
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Places where you see shoes that are thrown on a telephone wire indicate drug ...
shoes are tied together, then lobbed up to the wire(s) so that the shoes hang and
... pointlessness i.e. there is no good reason for the object (shoes) being there.
Shoefiti: Are sneakers dangling from power lines a sign of gang or drug activity?
... Maybe there is no answer; maybe sneakers hanging on power lines don't ...
Aug 2, 1996 ... I heard tennis shoes hanging over a power line meant you could buy crack there.
It's a time-honored tradition to throw your sneakers over the ...