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  1. Why on earth would you fix what isn't broken? ...

    Why on earth would you fix what isn't broken? And for a new rep? Hoya is famous for dropping their drawers to gain access. Then they will raise the prices within 6 months.

    A. You won't save a...
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    The lack of merit and ridiculousness of your...

    The lack of merit and ridiculousness of your posts validates your lack of intelligence and certainly doesn't deserve any further replies from individuals who actually possess the skills you lack.
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    +1

    +1
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    [QUOTE=wmcdonald;555718] Tmorse offers a fast...

    Tmorse offers a fast track program that is compatible, meets the requirements and provides the same content of other programs in a quarter of the time for those where time is of the essence. The end...
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    [QUOTE=CCGREEN;555708] Uhhhh, we are on the...

    Uhhhh, we are on the same side and advocacy for classroom requirement. My comment was tongue in cheek but obviously was misinterpreted.
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    Seriously, do you realize how dumb that sounds???...

    Seriously, do you realize how dumb that sounds??? That may work at McDonalds, but any health care profession or skilled trade requires on the job and extensive classroom time.

    When you visit your...
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    More for Jay 2390...For the record for all....I'm...

    More for Jay 2390...For the record for all....I'm certain we all reach out for confirmation once in a blue moon. :nerd:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maui_Jim
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    Wikipedia is a wonderful thing. Where shall I...

    Wikipedia is a wonderful thing. Where shall I send the bill for the therapy session?
  9. Welcome to the new era of ophthalmics, where the...

    Welcome to the new era of ophthalmics, where the many layers of suppliers and fragmentation no longer exists, and you control your entity from start to finish.

    I don't see an issue with that.
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    And I'm sure he's one of those that regularly...

    And I'm sure he's one of those that regularly prescribes quarter cyls in 0.12D and says the patient notices the difference.
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    Lets not confuse stupidity with industry...

    Lets not confuse stupidity with industry politics. It still takes a brain to work in our industry.
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    Unfounded ole cranky geezer posts. Don't give...

    Unfounded ole cranky geezer posts. Don't give him the pleasure of a debate.
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    B-u-l-l-s-h-i-t- always starts from the source...

    B-u-l-l-s-h-i-t- always starts from the source and goes in circles. So there's really no issue with the engravings. People just have to love to complain since everyone is so entitled these days and...
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    Wait long enough and opticians and optometrists...

    Wait long enough and opticians and optometrists may amalgamate. When you strip away all the politics and bureaucracy, other than pathology, the roles are very much the same.
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    My experience has been almost every pair of MJ...

    My experience has been almost every pair of MJ with plano lenses is just simply poly, marketed with incredible BS to justify the ridiculous retail cost.
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    Captains are just wiser older pud knockers that...

    Captains are just wiser older pud knockers that sit in the other seat available. Funny how the Captain's seat isn't any larger?
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    Global consolidation continues via the network...

    Global consolidation continues via the network backs of independents.
  18. Definitely not voodoo, but is also not that...

    Definitely not voodoo, but is also not that proprietary considering almost any lab with FF capabilities can produce lenses with aniseikonic correction for a small additional charge, instead of the...
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    Still alive. Not sure how any of these...

    Still alive. Not sure how any of these publications survive these days.

    https://view.joomag.com/optical-prism-may-2019/M0344503001556636425

    https://opticalprism.ca/
  20. Thank you for the kind words!

    Thank you for the kind words!
  21. You can assume all the non-factual innuendos you...

    You can assume all the non-factual innuendos you can dream up. Good luck with your battle. I shall not participate in a rhetoric debate that has quickly become delusional and obnoxious.

    For the...
  22. Duh, it is the Colleges fault. Too little too...

    Duh, it is the Colleges fault. Too little too late. The only reason an injunction was filed was to buy time and do the proper analysis so the right decision would be made in the end.

    I'm now...
  23. Exactly +1.

    Exactly +1.
  24. The courts aren't at fault. They are only the...

    The courts aren't at fault. They are only the ones that decide either party's fate when a mutual agreement or settlement cannot be reached. Legislation cases are never a slam dunk either.

    Had the...
  25. Welcome to 2020 where business goals and...

    Welcome to 2020 where business goals and initiatives are done differently. Don't blame the companies, blame your regulatory Colleges.

    Businesses are meant to carve new paths of opportunity,...
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