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Mariner Fan 02-04-08 09:00 PM

Cruel eye test for old geezers
 
Like me! Now where are those reading glasses? :)

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...n/eye_test.jpg

BillK 02-04-08 09:08 PM

Hey! I tried 400% zoom and I still couldn't see nuthin' ;)

Tom Bombadil 02-04-08 09:28 PM

I am one 50+'er who would do well on this test. With my eyeglasses my corrected vision is 20/12. That is, I can make out details at 20' than a normal person with 20/20 eyesight could only make out at up to 12'.

I should suggest this chart to my eye doctor.

Spoke 02-04-08 09:30 PM

There is nothing wrong with my eyes, it's just the photo resolution is too low. I can't see what those guys are doing!!!

Spoke 02-04-08 09:31 PM

Girls? GIRLS?!? What girls???

Beverly 02-04-08 09:31 PM

Where's the women's eye chart;)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mariner Fan (Post 6109519)
Like me! Now where are those reading glasses? :)

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...n/eye_test.jpg


solveg 02-04-08 10:39 PM

Is that chart so they don't have to dilate your pupils with chemicals?

vtc12ip 02-05-08 01:46 AM

Eyes are as wide open as they can get. No need for dilation.

wink 02-05-08 06:50 AM

The third picture from the end shows a birth mark on the left boob that is not at all becoming to her.:rolleyes:
Wink

Tom Bombadil 02-05-08 10:54 AM

Here's another one:

http://www.scaryideas.com/print/2479/

Eye doctors are going to be putting these into back offices, and charge an extra $25 to use them.

Retro Grouch 02-05-08 11:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tom Bombadil (Post 6112282)
Eye doctors are going to be putting these into back offices, and charge an extra $25 to use them.

My wife is going to start wondering why I'm suddenly getting my eyes checked so often.

Is that $25.00 charge covered by Medicare?

Mojo Slim 02-05-08 01:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Spoke (Post 6109729)
There is nothing wrong with my eyes, it's just the photo resolution is too low. I can't see what those guys are doing!!!

:D

Tom Bombadil 02-05-08 02:57 PM

It certainly is important for a cyclist to have excellent vision.


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