At first nobody knew why Alison Michelle Ernst, a 36-year-old, shoe-throwing weirdo (activist?), hurled a shoe at former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, but after speaking with Ernst, we now know: she's just crazy.
But it leaves so many questions: How and why did this happen exactly? Do you take your own shoe off and go home with one shoe after you throw it? And if you go out one day knowing full well that you are a "shoe thrower" do you bring an old pair you wanted to get rid of anyways? If the shoe has athletes foot fungus inside, is it considered a chemical weapon?
In this case, she brought a spare shoe in her purse, pulled it out and threw it, but much like her point, the shoe missed the mark.
I'm gonna bet that the people who throw shoes are the same kind of people who throw bottles on stage at rock concerts, and if they were chimps they would be the ones who fling their primate poop.
I don't know much about Hillary Clinton, but I know that getting a shoe thrown at her was probably one of the least embarrassing moments in her life.