Yesterday, I went to the funeral of a friend’s father, Harold Snyder, the generic drug pioneer, Democratic party stalwart and philanthropist. His son Brian Snyder offered some tender reminiscenses —and one well-aimed barb worth repeating. Brian remembered one of his last conversations with his father, who wished that all of his friends would send a shoe to the White House as an Iraqi-style farewell to George W. Bush. A last wish worth honoring, no? Address those babies to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D.C. 20050