Pluggers by Rick McKee for May 11, 2022

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  3 months ago

    What’s so bad about that bad news? I haven’t had cataracts yet.

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    Caldonia  3 months ago

    He looks absolutely terrified! That’s kind of disturbing.

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    drogers30  3 months ago

    Before I had surgery I thought my wife was still blonde after I found out she had grayer hair than I do

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    amethyst52 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Having my cataracts removed is the closest thing to a miracle I’m ever going to experience.

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    Farside99  3 months ago

    Ooops, diet time!

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    Pocosdad  3 months ago

    I wish they could get rid of eye floaters just as easily. It’s like I’m looking through lace curtains.

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    flyertom  3 months ago

    I had to limit my driving to daytime because I couldn’t see at night.

    My computer monitor display was getting too dim to the point I couldn’t get the brightness setting high enough, and I bought a new monitor. When that didn’t work, I had to bite the bullet and qualm my fears of eye surgery. When I returned home afterwards, I turned on my PC, and good Lord…!

    I wanted to go back and get the other eye done that same day!

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    juicebruce  3 months ago

    Once again Pie Hole control ;-)

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    zerotvus  3 months ago

    the hardest part was going from near sighted to far sighted over night!!!!!

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    jhpeanut  3 months ago

    Not so much, my vision is very blurry with the new lens. Better than being blind, but not an improvement.

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    david_42  3 months ago

    I had LASIK seven years ago. The clarity is amazing. I got a monovision trim and can see the pixels on my screen. I only wear glasses to drive.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Now that he can see the next goal is to see his toes.

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    kv450  3 months ago

    My wife is just as beautiful after the procedure as before (tho’ she might disagree).Said she to her ophthalmologist, “you have changed my life!”p.s. adios coke bottle lenses …

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    Calvins Brother  3 months ago

    “Who’s that old guy in my mirror?”

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    fuzzbucket  3 months ago

    The last time I had to get my picture taken for my driver’s license I had to laugh. I had no idea I had gotten so old.

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    kathleenhicks62  3 months ago

    even though I need cataracts remove I can see how aged I am- – but that is o.k.—better than being blind.

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    PammWhittaker  3 months ago

    I had cataracts removed from both eyes before I moved to Australia. The first big shock was when they took off the bandages on the first one, I had a helluva shiner! The second was that I couldn’t see to read or work on my computer. Reading glasses the next day!

    The next surgery, the nurse joked she was afraid to remove the bandages for fear of a worse shiner. Nope, not a sign that time :)

    So I could drive without glasses for the first time in years, and needed reading glasses. Fast forward about five years, had my first eye check in Australia. I needed bloody real glasses for reading, and also ones for driving! I went the two pair route (we have good insurance and Medicare here), I cannot handle bifocals

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    'IndyMan'  3 months ago

    It is not going to bother me in the slightest—-been looking TRUTHFULLY into mirror for a number of years ! ! ! !

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    tonydem1952  3 months ago

    …and it all seems to be in high definition.

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    mafastore  3 months ago

    Husband had cataract surgery in his mid 50s. He has never really adjusted to wearing glasses – even with progressive lenses as he never needed them before the surgery and is not happy and no matter what he is doing has trouble seeing as he feels he should.

    I have worn glasses since first grade. I have a “wardrobe” of collected glasses which have an assortment of lenses in them. I tend to walk around the house with my presc reading glasses on and often forget to change to distance or progressives when we go out. I do keep my presc sunglasses in our car.

    I also have a spare pair of distance glasses in the car. One evening we were in Barnes and Nobles, I was waiting at the front door to leave (he had texted me to meet him there) and I took the glasses off to rub a spot on a lens with shirt. I suddenly realized that I was a holding a lens in my right hand and the broken frame and other lens in my left. Had I been out alone I would not have been able to drive home as it was dark. Since then I keep a spare pair of distance glasses in the car.

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