I listen to a lot of NPR at my desk while I'm working. I ought to just had my paycheck over to them for all the cool things I've found an wonderful things I've learned. From time to time, though, they do a story that makes my jaw drop.
And not in a good way.
Like this one
(Cheat sheet: Some doctor has found a way to operate on your eyes so you won't need to wear glasses for 3D movies)
Admittedly, I'm unusually protective of my eyes. I
don't wear contacts and there's no way in hell I'll ever get LASIK eye
surgery. I kinda like wearing glasses, thank you very much.
understand that 3D is gaining popularity with new 3D TVs and just about
every movie coming out in 3D. But is wearing those glasses for an hour
or two really so horrible that you would have your eyes surgically
altered? And now some of the people who've had the procedure are complaining of blurred vision when they're NOT
looking at the 3D screen...so now they need glasses.
I don't know about you, but the irony of it all makes me giggle.