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Do they make glasses for not being able to see my reflection in the mirror?

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3 ain't terrible. I can manage that. If it was like 7 or more.......then I'd be snorting any and all painkillers I could get my hands on

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Wait are tri-focals an actual thing?

Yes. I am considering getting some. They are bifocals with an extra strip for viewing computer screens. 

 

I lost track of a lot of threads playing mafia, and this was one of them, so I'm catching up now.

 

I second Dar'Jen's question--how are you doing now, LZM?

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