If more people would go to Home Depot, it would relieve the strain on the doctors and reduce our medical cost. The other day I was at Home Depot, and as I walked through the parking lot, a pickup pulled into a handicap space. A middle age man got out; he looked like a construction worker. He limping badly on his right leg; so badly I thought he should have a cane or crutches. Construction work is dangerous. About 10 minutes later I saw him in the store loading lumber on a cart, and he was completely healed; he didn’t have a sign of a limp. But, Home Depot healing is very selective. I was in the same store and it did not help the arthritis in my right foot. I’ll try a different store or do you think it could be the handicap space?