I refuse to buy anything at Whole Foods, I do not like the grandiosity complex of 99 percent of the patrons and employees, the no-gmo, gluten free, vegan, non-hormonal bottled water they sell is way over priced. There is constant chatter among the 30 something twice divorced women who roam in groups of 2 or 3 of their recent self diagnosis of celiacs disease and price they have to pay to live such clean life. It is a mecca for those who do not know how to cook as no less than 5 different bistros, cafes etc. adorn each whole foods. You are not better than everyone else if you decide to pay 11.99 per pound for a "free range" turkey who did not experience any fear or pain or bleeding, it just died in pure bliss, you are a fucking idiot. My wife does shop there for some kind of gluten free butter and I do go along to gawk at the incredible asses and tits of the trophy wives. Non-Focus I wear Nike, I love Nike they fit me better than any other shoe, I like how they look I like the way they are made and they are the only sneakers I buy, standing for 8 hours you learn what you like and what you don't like. A girl I work with hates Nike because of their support of Michael Vick and she works for a Pitbull rescue and has pitbulls herself, Lucy and Rickie, both of which I like very much. I also have dogs that have been severely abused and do not care for Mr. Vick myself so how do I justify wearing Nike shoes is the question she asks me. Nike as a company does some very good things as far as charity goes, that includes NARF their animal charity, a sponsorship of one particular person does not negate everything else they have ever done as a company or the quality of the Nike product. Really if the NFL banned Mike Vick this would be a moot point, Nike would not sponsor him so why is Nike the scapegoat? When I hook up my three rescues to their leashes to walk them to the dog park they could give fuck one that I am putting on my Nikes.