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20 Jun 2020, 6:25 am

Jakki wrote:
here is an interesting thing mimicking the accents became automatic for me.
and worse , its not really under my control , i feel.


It is adaptive, don't fight it.


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20 Jun 2020, 8:49 am

thank you , for the advise :)


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20 Jun 2020, 9:15 am

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I would love to do that. But I work in an office.


Wearing blue mirrored glasses is not that radical of an idea. Look at the girl in this article. She blends in quite nicely.

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Source: 'Wing mom' goes viral for playing son's matchmaker at grocery store

These mirror glasses come in a variety of colors. I chose blue because:
Blue is peaceful, tranquil and symbolizes loyalty. Blue is reliable and responsible. It exhibits inner security and confidence.

Also because the blue is only on the reflective surface instead of an interior tint. It is not a true sunglass. One can still use them indoors.


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20 Jun 2020, 11:41 am

jimmy m wrote:
Gentleman Argentum wrote:
I would love to do that. But I work in an office.


Wearing blue mirrored glasses is not that radical of an idea. Look at the girl in this article. She blends in quite nicely.

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Source: 'Wing mom' goes viral for playing son's matchmaker at grocery store

These mirror glasses come in a variety of colors. I chose blue because:
Blue is peaceful, tranquil and symbolizes loyalty. Blue is reliable and responsible. It exhibits inner security and confidence.

Also because the blue is only on the reflective surface instead of an interior tint. It is not a true sunglass. One can still use them indoors.


I feel you, and I like the glasses. Send me a link where I can buy. However, cannot wear at the office. No one wears such glasses, and I would stand out like a sore thumb.


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20 Jun 2020, 1:55 pm

My glasses are prescription, so when I ordered some new glasses I told the optometrist what I wanted. The way I would describe the glasses I wear are:

A pair of blue solid mirrored coating prescription glasses. The lenses have no internal tint. Therefore it is possible to wear them indoors because they are not true sunglasses. Mirror coatings can be solid mirror or flash mirror. Solid mirror coating lenses are completely nontransparent; whereas flash mirror coated lenses are partially transparent. In my case I specified high-index lenses because I have an extreme case of nearsightedness. As a result glass lenses would otherwise have to be very thick to address this condition; whereas high-index plastic lenses are much thinner and lighter. The glasses are polarized to prevent glare. Mirror finish lenses produce substantial reflective glare.

If you do not need prescription glasses, then these can be fairly inexpensive. Just search on Amazon for "blue mirrored sunglasses". Here is an example:
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SOJOS Classic Aviator Mirrored Flat Lens Sunglasses Metal Frame with Spring Hinges SJ1030 for $14.94


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20 Jun 2020, 1:59 pm

jimmy m wrote:
My glasses are prescription, so when I ordered some new glasses I told the optometrist what I wanted. The way I would describe the glasses I wear are:

A pair of blue solid mirrored coating prescription glasses. The lenses have no internal tint. Therefore it is possible to wear them indoors because they are not true sunglasses. Mirror coatings can be solid mirror or flash mirror. Solid mirror coating lenses are completely nontransparent; whereas flash mirror coated lenses are partially transparent. In my case I specified high-index lenses because I have an extreme case of nearsightedness. As a result glass lenses would otherwise have to be very thick to address this condition; whereas high-index plastic lenses are much thinner and lighter. The glasses are polarized to prevent glare. Mirror finish lenses produce substantial reflective glare.

If you do not need prescription glasses, then these can be fairly inexpensive. Just search on Amazon for "blue mirrored sunglasses". Here is an example:
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SOJOS Classic Aviator Mirrored Flat Lens Sunglasses Metal Frame with Spring Hinges SJ1030 for $14.94


Found it - clicked on blue.

Now I need to figure out what else to add to get the free shipping :lol:

Any other suggestions?


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