Ordering glasses online

Discussion in 'Glasses' started by KC, Oct 4, 2007.

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    Neil Brooks Guest

    Don't be afraid to be wrong, Lena. It's good. It's healthy.

    Though, come to think of it, you (and Otis) are wrong at an alarming
    rate. Perhaps that's not good ... not healthy.

    He's a +5 and a +5.25. READ a little. THEN shut up.


    Neil Brooks, Oct 6, 2007
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    Neil Brooks Guest


    When you're wrong ... feel free to STFU.


    Neil Brooks, Oct 6, 2007
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    lena102938 Guest

    lena102938, Oct 6, 2007
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    lena102938 Guest

    lena102938, Oct 6, 2007
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    You figure it out. Check YOUR contentions. THEN check the reference
    that I provided. You, Otis, AND Atchoo are absolutely dead set
    against the idea of any independent research or fact checking, aren't

    Small wonder the three of you are wrong so often, and reach faulty
    conclusions nearly constantly.

    That's a damned shame.
    Neil Brooks, Oct 6, 2007
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    Neil Brooks Guest


    Tell all your friends (Otis and Atchoo).
    Neil Brooks, Oct 6, 2007
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    lena102938 Guest

    Probably not a conclusions.
    for me the answer is " it depends"
    No it is not a shame To be wrong it is not a shame.
    Shame when you do not have an opinion, or scare to tell it.
    lena102938, Oct 6, 2007
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    No. Shame when you try to pretend you expert when, really, you wrong
    and simply hate eye doctors.

    That shame.
    Neil Brooks, Oct 6, 2007
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    Plus, we not talk about opinions. We talk about facts and you wrong
    much more often than right.

    Maybe STFU is good idea, no?
    Neil Brooks, Oct 6, 2007
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    lena102938 Guest

    I googled it:

    "Internet slang."
    To be frank, I am not used to something like that.
    lena102938, Oct 6, 2007
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    If you keep chiming in ... when you're factually wrong, and clearly
    have very little idea what you're talking about ... I'd like to
    suggest that you try to get used to it.

    We're up to about three solid trolls here, right now (You, Otis, and
    Atchoo). The big question is, really, which of you will cause medical
    harm to somebody next?

    Care to guess ... Lena? You seem to do that with great ease.
    Neil Brooks, Oct 6, 2007
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    lena102938 Guest

    You make me laughing , Tanks
    No, I do not think so. I am not so how to tell that focused on one
    I wish I could do some other things with that ease.
    lena102938, Oct 6, 2007
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    KC Guest


    Thanks for your response, was waiting for it :)

    So, I guess you're saying that ordering online is probably a really
    bad idea. My issues with the glasses from Lenscrafters was the wrong
    material, namely Polycarbonate that caused the chromatic and spherical
    abberation. I was looking at getting Trivex or hi-index plastic
    (Seiko / Nikon) that would have a higher abbe value and reduce those
    abberation issues.

    However, if I were to go to an online place the only information they
    have would be what I send them which is basically prescription and
    PD. In order for your local opthamologist/optometrist to make a pair
    of glasses for you, what else do they measure before setting them
    up? Granted, what it is they do measure is probably not something I
    can just measure and send to an online place.

    Really appreciate your advise, as opposed to the other 40+ babble
    responses I've been wading through :)


    KC, Oct 8, 2007
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    lena102938 Guest

    lena102938, Oct 9, 2007
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    KC Guest

    Thanks Robert! Can definitely use that information.

    KC, Oct 11, 2007
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