Huh, the things ya learn here. I had never heard of bunny boots and assumed Till was 
just referring to furry boots.

"John W. Redelfs" wrote:

> At 02:30 PM 10/2/02 -0600 Marc A. Schindler favored us with:
> >After we invade and take you over, we'll have to teach you proper English. "Bunny
> >boots" are called "mukluks." This *will* be on the test.
>
> Here in Alaska bunny boots and mukluks are not the same thing. During the two years 
>we lived in Kotzebue in the arctic, we learned the difference between mukluks and 
>bunny boots.  Mukluks are made from animal furs and are the traditional dress of the 
>Inupiat.  They keep your feet warm down to many degrees below zero.  Bunny boots are 
>a rubber and plastic monstrosity created in a white man's factory, providing a 
>perfect vapor barrier, and keep the feet warm to an even lower temperature than 
>mukluks.  People who work outside in minus 25 to minus 50 degree temperatures for any 
>length of time need to wear bunny boots.  They are funny looking, but they are the 
>only thing that will keep the feet warm in some conditions.
>
> John W. Redelfs                                       [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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