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Al Cabino
calls himself a "sneakerographer", and we can only imagine that he has a corner on that market. Al is mounting a campaign to have Nike actually produce and market the futuristic high-top sneakers that Michael J. Fox wore as Marty McFly in "Back to the Future II". Wow. At least the guy has a focus. After all, the fans behind "Office Space" were able to get Swingline to make a red stapler, so why not shoes with auto-laces? And aren't they a bit too moon-bootish? Napoleon Dynamite might go for them, but we're hard pressed to see these things catching on today.

On Al's own website, "Operation McFly", he has had over 15,000 petitioners sign up. That's 30,000 shoes, so who knows? Maybe Nike might actually be considering these.

Meanwhile, still no cure for cancer....