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    Returning to the original post we should all be...

    Returning to the original post we should all be aware that ANSI Z80.31 are not mandatory. They have no legal power and as such are "unenforceable". They are merely "suggested" tolerances for readers...
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    Poll: Nineteen years and still beating a dead horse....

    Nineteen years and still beating a dead horse. You want to refract, go to work for an MD or go to Optometry School. Otherwise, stick to your knitting.
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    Poll: Usually if you need CPR you have no choice in who...

    Usually if you need CPR you have no choice in who administers it.
  4. I realize that there are public health guidelines...

    I realize that there are public health guidelines in place today. Iím sure that they are all well intentioned, but I have issues with this six-foot rule. This just ainít going to work for us old...
  5. We live just a few miles from the PCT in Southern...

    We live just a few miles from the PCT in Southern Oregon. Through hikers are usually on the trail for six months. Y'all want to be in good shape and join the Pacific Crest Trail Organization....
  6. Don't assume "Made in USA" products are more...

    Don't assume "Made in USA" products are more expensive. Don't assume that consumers will not be looking for "Made in USA" products.
  7. Hopefully there will soon be a resurgence in...

    Hopefully there will soon be a resurgence in domestic manufacturing of both ophthalmic frames and lenses.
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    I assume metal temples or metal core. Probably as...

    I assume metal temples or metal core. Probably as dry as a popcorn faht after all these years. If so just crush them with pliers and then clean the metal core with the solvent of your choice.
  9. Thread: I'm in a fog

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    Imbed a hunk of thin solder along the top of the...

    Imbed a hunk of thin solder along the top of the mask. At least that's what my wife and her mask sewing group did.
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    There are all sorts of these gizmos available. No...

    There are all sorts of these gizmos available. No muss, no fuss. Put em in. Take em out.

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    Might need the judicial use of a gear puller. Be...

    Might need the judicial use of a gear puller. Be careful. You might need a mechanic.
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    You are still open ? ? ? Get one of these UV...

    You are still open ? ? ?

    Get one of these UV lights that everyone iis selling.
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    A male patient is lying in bed in the hospital,...

    A male patient is lying in bed in the hospital, wearing an oxygen mask over his mouth and nose. A pretty, young, student nurse appears to give him a partial sponge bath. 'Nurse', he mumbles, from...
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    https://www.latestbuzztoday.com/en/products/cleani...

    https://www.latestbuzztoday.com/en/products/cleanix/advertorial?disclaimer=ADVERTORIAL&cop_id=xtxlw&aff_id=6005&txid=10244f226d7d2b872cb97e6d63285d&offer_id=4810&show_timer=%7Btimer%7D&linkout=%7Blink...
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    As I recall, many years ago, (late 1940's) my...

    As I recall, many years ago, (late 1940's) my barber had this new gizmo on the counter in his shop. It looked like on of these toaster ovens with a window on the front and a blue light inside.He kept...
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    Coronavirus and UV

    As society hunkers down in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19, commonly known as the coronavirus, people are taking stringent precautions to keep themselves from catching the disease,...
  17. I suppose that you can contact the State...

    I suppose that you can contact the State Insurance Commission. Lotsa luck with that one but it will not cost you anything. You can also sue the bastaads. Lots luck with that one too. It will cost you...
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    I retired back in 2002 so I ain't showing them...

    I retired back in 2002 so I ain't showing them nothing. However, if I were still in the business this would be the straw that broke the camels back. I would send everyone home, turn off the lights...
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    Absolutely correct. I did hundreds of them by...

    Absolutely correct. I did hundreds of them by hand on a 7" diamond wheel and Dremel tool. Old school opticians cut their teeth on stuff like this. That's the difference between an Optician and a...
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    In all my years in the business I never...

    In all my years in the business I never encountered anyone who cleaned or disinfected their displayed frames. So, whats the big deal today.
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    As long as the eye-care Mafia can "wet their...

    As long as the eye-care Mafia can "wet their beak" everything is cool. Just do what you are told and you can get some crumbs.
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    Coronavirus and your supply chain

    Having been retired from the business for some time now I am wondering if you have experienced any disruption in the supply chain from China due to the coronavirus.
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    Guild of Perscription Opticians

    Back in the day

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