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    Enigma
    Look at the cover of Vision Monday announcing Enigma.
    And, to those of you dear colleagues who want to argue with me over poly and chromatic aberration . . .

    "May the flees of a thousand camels infest your armpits!" (Johnny Carson, 1991)

    Now, where's my Prozac. It's gotta be somewhere here in my briefcase!

    There.
    I found it.
    Anbody got any water?


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    Must confess Alan I am not crazy about poly except for balancing and children. It does serve it's purpose for being virtually unbreakable and for light weight, but I prefer good old CR-39 or high index plastic for high rxs. Just my thoughts. Here's a funny for you on the subject of Prozac...went to pick up my rx(not Prozac btw)and there was a bottle of Prozac in my order which I did not realize til I got home. I took it back and said to the pharmacist are you trying to tell me something??? I felt really sorry for the guy it belonged to since it happened on a Sat and pharmacy is not open on Sun...God I sure hope he still had some!!! LOL!!
    Steph

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    Stephanie
    You know what wold be even worse?
    If the pharmacist gave the guy your phone number and told him to call you to pick them up!
    A few months ago I visited a doctor I was referred to. The office manager/nurse is a total rip. We have a ball. Anyway, that day she said to me: "How're you feeling?" I answered: "With my hands!" We both laughed. The doctor comes in and does his thing. Changes a med and says he'd give me some samples. I go back to the front desk. We exchange good buys. The nurse says: "Alan, you're so funny. Keep it up." I say: "So are you. Have a nice day." I get home. Open the little envelop and inside is a sample of Viagra with a note . . . "Have a nice day!"

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