guess game about Rishi :)

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by chris, Jan 21, 2004.

  1. chris

    chris Guest

    Simlilar to what US police do to nab a suspect, let's do a profile of

    My guess is that he's about 40, still lives at home with mom, takes
    baths very infrequently, probably has a pot belly, probably smells a
    little too. I do think he's probably a good cook though. Not sure why.
    And he drives a scooter.

    Surely he walks around wearing "I love dr. bates" t-shirt, and
    randomly stops to stare at lights while placing strange pieces of
    paper in front of him, then dumbly stares off in the distance.

    And of course, we know he probably walks in train stations to rudely
    jump in others conversations.

    From now on when we post questions/answers, let's start and end it
    with this disclaimer:

    Rishi, we don't care what you have to say

    I'm looking forward to reading the bumbling nonsense that he'll
    respond to this with!

    chris, Jan 21, 2004
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  2. I'm 35
    I don't live with mom most of the time.
    I do not take baths ever, only showers, and day in, day out.
    I am slender and I have a gait walk.
    I smell the right way for my girlfirend to smell me.
    I am not a good cook in your sense, surely, although I am able to cook
    myself, mostrly rice with lentils or other vegetables, and pasta of course.
    I do not have a scooter now, but an ancient car from 1970, a Citroen DS
    21ie I have rebuilt from scratch (still in progress). Some ten years ago
    I used a scooter, a glorious Piaggio Ciao from 1968 I had gifted by a
    man one day.
    I will print T-shirts with Snellen charts on both sides, I have already
    planned this business in a couple of months.
    I do look at the sun while on the street and people is somewhat shocked
    by this, but what to do? They are the idiots, not me. Also when I find a
    good powerful electric light I quickly get some of the light because it
    is very refreshing for vision.
    I think I have gotten rid of the stare, finally.
    Of course not. But I will start, after I get the 20/10 certification, to
    disseminate visit cards to people with glasses, expecially to children's
    parents, to offer help.

    You are served, very well.

    By the way, my picture is on the internet, just have a search and you
    will find me.

    Please visit
    and you can buy a replica of the Original Dr. Bates book
    "Perfect Sight Without Glasses"
    and if you are interested, join the group
    Rishi Giovanni Gatti, Jan 21, 2004
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    Rishi Giovanni Gatti, Jan 26, 2004
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