Why are feet pics a thing?

— Vulture (@vulture) November 8, 2016

I am totally in the top 3 feet guys. This footed man (the person who posted these) is one of my favorite celebrities to see and the #footsy — Kevin Hart (@KevinHart) November 8, 2016

The truth is, I don’t care about what feet look like on you. They won’t tell me you’re anything and I can’t see this person holding those shoes, right? #feeties — Jonty Rhodes (@jontyrhodes) November 8, 2016

I can still see our feet but they’re no longer the same size. The truth is they still matter and can help me with the truth. — Tyga (@tyga) November 8, 2016

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DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran’s oil exports fell to a 30-month low in the first six months of 2013, falling as much as 17 percent in June as crude prices plummeted and domestic output fell, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) said on Friday.

Smoke from an oil well is seen at a gas station in the Iranian city of Shiraz June 26, 2013. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi/Files

U.S. crude prices fell to a seven-year low this week, forcing companies to shut down wells in the United States and elsewhere in an already-weak global market. [O/R] Analysts and traders are worried this could exacerbate a looming supply shortage in late 2014 and early 2015.

“At the level of production, we were down about 17 percent…we still think there will be more than enough capacity in the market in the second half but the fall in crude prices was too steep,” Alireza Jafari, a senior analyst at Iran’s largest oil refinery, Habibabad, said by phone.

“This is clearly not encouraging news. We will have to consider the situation with the rest of OPEC.”

The country’s OPEC producers will meet in Vienna this week to discuss plans to boost production to counter rising U.S. shale output. The world’s leading oil exporter, with an output of