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  • #31
    rocwell wrote: View Post
    You may not realize there's a problem until about 15-20 hours after you look at eclipse w/o protection. If injury is serious, you'd still be able to see through blurred vision
    What? I'm blind, can't you see? Can't read your post.
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    • #32
      People are hilarious, its the same rules everyday with the sun.

      hahaha

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      • #33
        Superjudge wrote: View Post
        People are hilarious, its the same rules everyday with the sun.

        hahaha
        It is. But... do you look up at the sun for an abnormal amount of time every single day?

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        • #34
          Superjudge wrote: View Post
          People are hilarious, its the same rules everyday with the sun.

          hahaha
          That's a good reminder.

          Every time an outfielder looks up to catch a fly ball, even if he's shielding his eyes (or wearing Oakley's), he's potentially 'damaging' his eyes.
          Last edited by Nilanka; Fri Aug 25th, 2017, 08:39 AM.

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          • #35
            Superjudge wrote: View Post
            People are hilarious, its the same rules everyday with the sun.

            hahaha
            I'm sure he'd say something like...

            Meanwhile he can no longer distinguish Melania from a coat rack.

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