Far be it from us to scoff at the charitable acts of others, but does anyone else get a weird vibe from the news that Crocs is bombarding tsunami/earthquake victims in Japan with shoes that—I think we can all agree—are among the worst in the world? (Well, at least worst looking.) I mean, I guess they seem conducive, to like, moist conditions, and they are probably more sturdy than Toms, which purport to solve the shoe problems of children living in developing countries even though they can't even withstand one summer of an American hipster's life. What I guess it boils down to is, which need is more of a factor, Japan's need for Crocs or Crocs' need for good press (and to offload those hideous Crocs)?