July52012
A recent dinner with my friend Juan, of whom I suddenly remembered greatly inspired my choice of personal eyewear (mine being the brown.) I’d thought they would take away or obscure vision, but color and polarization really change things up, like increasing the contrast to the world. Suddenly you can see into the windows of other cars much more vividly, and so rush hour is made more interesting.
This is old news if you have ever been outside before, I realize. 

A recent dinner with my friend Juan, of whom I suddenly remembered greatly inspired my choice of personal eyewear (mine being the brown.) I’d thought they would take away or obscure vision, but color and polarization really change things up, like increasing the contrast to the world. Suddenly you can see into the windows of other cars much more vividly, and so rush hour is made more interesting.

This is old news if you have ever been outside before, I realize. 

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