This is kind of a silly side note to all my BF training... and I have no clue if it's related or not, but my co-workers made the comment and I thought it was funny. I work in diagnostic imaging so I am around big xray machines all day both rooms are not carpeted, they have vinyl floors. For about two weeks now I'm continually getting "shocked" when I touch things in the room, the machine or the patients! So, I touch a patients shoulder = *zap*... "oh, sorry!" I do mammograms so, yes, I touched *those* and *zap*... "OH GOSH, I am sorry, I don't know why I keep getting electrified!" Mind you, it's not dry weather around here, in fact this week was pretty wet. I asked my co-worker if she'd had the same experience and she said no. A little later on she and another co-worker came to me and said they thought I was getting shocked because of my barefoot activities! ? They think because I've been running around without shoes on, closer to the earth etc.... Ha! So, my response to them was: "yeah, and you're all really out of touch!" Curious though, could there be any connection... I giggle a little when I ask this.