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22 hours ago, ole gray said:

My wife put in for a contest to win a new Ryobi chainsaw and won!  KellyBo came running out of the house like her pants were on fire hollering I won it, I won it!   Christmas in May! 💣

Congrats buddy, I would like to have seen Kelly sprinting, I bet that was a sight, lol.

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Today was eye exam day, and I'm getting bifocals. I've been holding off on them for years against the recommendation of the optometrist. I did tell him that they wouldn't be going in my prescription sunglasses next year, I play golf and can't imagine having to get used to them while over a ball. I have a feeling it's going to be fun just learning how to walk in them. 

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33 minutes ago, sirchunksalot said:

Today was eye exam day, and I'm getting bifocals. I've been holding off on them for years against the recommendation of the optometrist. I did tell him that they wouldn't be going in my prescription sunglasses next year, I play golf and can't imagine having to get used to them while over a ball. I have a feeling it's going to be fun just learning how to walk in them. 

@sirchunksalot I had trouble going back 20 years of working on my vehicle dashboard instrument cluster (back when it didn't require specialized training) and glasses were too far away and without glasses was too far away... hit a distance I just could not see well.  My ophthalmologist recommended progressive lenses that have the close range focal distance in the lower part of the lens without a line effectively creating a million focal lengths between the distance and the close range optics.  The trick being to move the nose up and down almost imperceptibly to get the right view in absolute sharpness.

I tried bifocals with a line and they were a huge no go.  I had a pair made courtesy of the US Military while I was in Iraq as a backup to my "Varilux" glasses that nearly put me in hospital the first time I tried to walk outside with them as I nearly fell encountering everything that had to be stepped over or on stairs.  Wore those once and put them away as backup for extreme emergency only.

They are effective for me in everything including golfing.  Some people say they have trouble adjusting but I adjusted to them immediately (and had no problems with the next and last instrument cluster job) and they have been as close to natural vision as I believe corrective lenses can be.  Before you buy, inquire and you might be surprised what is available.  And if it matters, nobody can tell they are a progressive lens looking at the wearer.

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6 minutes ago, EasyPutter said:

@sirchunksalot I had trouble going back 20 years of working on my vehicle dashboard instrument cluster (back when it didn't require specialized training) and glasses were too far away and without glasses was too far away... hit a distance I just could not see well.  My ophthalmologist recommended progressive lenses that have the close range focal distance in the lower part of the lens without a line effectively creating a million focal lengths between the distance and the close range optics.  The trick being to move the nose up and down almost imperceptibly to get the right view in absolute sharpness.

I tried bifocals with a line and they were a huge no go.  I had a pair made courtesy of the US Military while I was in Iraq as a backup to my "Varilux" glasses that nearly put me in hospital the first time I tried to walk outside with them as I nearly fell encountering everything that had to be stepped over or on stairs.  Wore those once and put them away as backup for extreme emergency only.

They are effective for me in everything including golfing.  Some people say they have trouble adjusting but I adjusted to them immediately (and had no problems with the next and last instrument cluster job) and they have been as close to natural vision as I believe corrective lenses can be.  Before you buy, inquire and you might be surprised what is available.  And if it matters, nobody can tell they are a progressive lens looking at the wearer.

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I appreciate the advice and I'm glad to hear from your experiences that I decided to go with progressives. I originally thought about lined, but the lady that was fitting me recommended the progressives. I really hope they aren't to bad to adjust to, especially at work where I'm working on a moving assembly line. I still have a little trepidation after getting work glasses that were too small and warped everything around me causing motion sickness. I'm big E on the eye chart blind and I guess my prescription didn't fit well in those small lenses. 

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3 minutes ago, sirchunksalot said:

I appreciate the advice and I'm glad to hear from your experiences that I decided to go with progressives. I originally thought about lined, but the lady that was fitting me recommended the progressives. I really hope they aren't to bad to adjust to, especially at work where I'm working on a moving assembly line. I still have a little trepidation after getting work glasses that were too small and warped everything around me causing motion sickness. I'm big E on the eye chart blind and I guess my prescription didn't fit well in those small lenses. 

sirchunkalot, EasyPutter gave you great advice about the progressive lenses and from my experience as well, you should not have issues adjusting to them either, even while working or playing golf.

 

For me, glasses happened as I got older, and worked not only with detailed part inspection and analysis, but also spending a fair amount of time on a computer looking at data................... initially was recommended bifocals, had the first set with a line, and went to progressive within 3 weeks and haven't looked back since. 

 

 

Best of luck as we only get 2 eyes, and really need to make them not only last, but also be the best they can be too.

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6 minutes ago, sirchunksalot said:

I appreciate the advice and I'm glad to hear from your experiences that I decided to go with progressives. I originally thought about lined, but the lady that was fitting me recommended the progressives. I really hope they aren't to bad to adjust to, especially at work where I'm working on a moving assembly line. I still have a little trepidation after getting work glasses that were too small and warped everything around me causing motion sickness. I'm big E on the eye chart blind and I guess my prescription didn't fit well in those small lenses. 

Hopefully then you have a good size lens that will be properly made for your vision.  The physics teacher in me that understands optics has great concern that your work glasses had that effect, sounds very much like they were not ground properly for your face and/or mounted in frames that did not hold the lenses at the correct distance from your eyes.

I am very much interested to know what happens when you put on the new pair or progressives and my greatest wishes for you are for your experience with them to be as good as two pairs now have been for me.

(I swapped the first photo for a better one on my first reply FYI)

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3 minutes ago, rkj427 said:

... but also spending a fair amount of time on a computer looking at data...

Well said, and something happened for me working a lot on computer screens in the last 10 years, I started putting my glasses on the desk as eye strain started setting in wearing my progressives and the eye strain ceased instantly.  I have the screens at a good distance for my vision without glasses, something that sounds like wouldn't be possible with sirchunksalot perhaps. 

An interesting note now I am in my 15th month of working at home for pandemic reasons (work directed and not a choice), I have found I prefer to not wear my glasses as often as I used to.  Used to be 100% during waking hours and now wear them for just driving and golfing, and I have much less eye strain.  I actually use a glasses case now 😃

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8 hours ago, sirchunksalot said:

Today was eye exam day, and I'm getting bifocals. I've been holding off on them for years against the recommendation of the optometrist. I did tell him that they wouldn't be going in my prescription sunglasses next year, I play golf and can't imagine having to get used to them while over a ball. I have a feeling it's going to be fun just learning how to walk in them. 

I’ve been wearing bifocals for 30 years.  I tried progressive and almost killed myself.

all my sunglasses are regular/normal lenses. 
I have “helper” glasses 1.75/2.0 stashed all thru house/car/cart just in case I’m not wearing bifocals.

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7 hours ago, dlow206 said:

My wife wants a new fridge, even though the old one is working fine.

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Sounds like a beer fridge to me

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My buddy ordered Ping G425 irons and was told 5-6 weeks, they were delivered exactly @ 8 weeks.

he’s hitting them pretty good this morning!

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Took the boys to the driving range and went to get a to-go order from Buffalo Wild Wings last night...did you know there is a freakin' chicken wing shortage?!?!   What the hell is this world coming to?

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19 hours ago, Getoffmylawn said:

Took the boys to the driving range and went to get a to-go order from Buffalo Wild Wings last night...did you know there is a freakin' chicken wing shortage?!?!   What the hell is this world coming to?

We have the market cornered here in WNY, BWW is okay unless you're from around here, they were not in business long here with the Buffalo crowd (shudder at the thought of those chicken whatever they are) lol

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1 minute ago, EasyPutter said:

We have the marked cornered here in WNY, BWW is okay unless you're from around here, they were not in business long here with the Buffalo crowd (shudder at the thought of those chicken whatever they are) lol

Believe me, I know, grew up there, but haven't been back in years and have had to lower my standards...

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On 6/1/2021 at 9:44 PM, sirchunksalot said:

Today was eye exam day, and I'm getting bifocals. I've been holding off on them for years against the recommendation of the optometrist. I did tell him that they wouldn't be going in my prescription sunglasses next year, I play golf and can't imagine having to get used to them while over a ball. I have a feeling it's going to be fun just learning how to walk in them. 

Welcome to getting older! I've been wearing progressive lenses for for at least 20 years and since I wear them all the time, I golf with them as well. You might want to consider transition lenses which change from clear to dark gray in the sunlight - what way you won't need the sunglasses. 

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2 hours ago, Chip Strokes said:

a guy i played with today had the strangest putting setup i’ve ever seen. let’s see if i can explain this well enough:

spine/chest perfectly vertical, knees bent kind of like the defensive position in basketball, left hand at the top of the putter with his forefinger pointed straight down the grip, right hand low in a claw grip. his putter was pretty long though, so that left arm was bent considerably. 

And his putting results were? 

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