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Rick B
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I just had cataract surgery.

All I can say Is WOW !

I should not have waited , it is a piece of cake

Im kind of young to need it..... Just WOW ! it is amazing .

Now I can play with brushes and paint again... and the colors I see now.... WOW !

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Rick Bowerman

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As they say in Australia, "Good on You!"

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Signs by Alicia Jennings (Mudflap Girl)
Tacoma, WA
Since 1987
Have Lipstick, will travel.

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I remember the story of the eye doctor telling Mr. Wong that he has a cataract. Mr. Wong replied, "Oh no doc, I drive a Rincoln."

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Sounds like my first appointment at my new optometrist. First a little medical history. “Duncan does anyone have Cataracts in your family?” Duncan, “Nope mostly Honda’s” [Cool]

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Duncan Wilkie
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http://www.comsign.ca
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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Glasses for 50 years. NO LONGER NEED THEM. Best thing I ever did, almost.

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Bob Moroney
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I was amazed at the color change. I expected the clear vision but the color was a surprise! But I’m now the owner of a dozen pair of reading glasses scattered all over the house.

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Bill, I visit the Dollar Store and buy a half dozen pair of reading glasses and come home to seed them in different areas of my need.

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Your story reminds me of when an employee's seven year old son put on his first pair of glasses. The kid donned his spectacles and said, "W-o-a-h!"

I used Wally World readers for quite a while. Once, in an emergency, I bought a pair at Dollar Store and took them back--too much distortion. I bought a pair of Clic readers a few months ago and really like them since they dangle around my neck when unneeded and clic[k] together via magnets when I have to read something up close.

I lost my last pair of Wally World glasses when the strap came loose when I was backpacking on the Appalachian Trail. I was very glad I had a spare fold up pair in my gear.

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