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  1. So sorry to hear about Herself.  Please give her my best wishes and hopes for a speedy recovery.  And by the way, how will you cope without her?  She can not be encouraged by your new look.

    BD

    • Thanks, BD.  Message passed on.

      She only noticed the beard trim today [two days later].  Must need her eyes tested?

  2. Now we have his retinal images on file. No matter how he tries to change his appearance by trimming his beard will be able to positively id him. 

    I wonder if the battery includes a tracking device? 

      • In the USA rectal images tend to get elected to public office. Come to think of it that's true over there as well. 

  3. "My eyesight is absolutely perfect for someone my age [except that I need glasses] so my sight matches my hearing – absolutely exceptional for my age [apart from the Tinnitus]"

    Me and you both – although I've just remembered the saga about an audio file of a certain high pitched frequency you posted…  

    • Heh!  That audio was [is] my Tinnitus, or as near as I could get it.  The file is a straight high pitched whistle whereas the real thing sort of floats around in my head. 

  4. And my eyesight is so f***ing lousy that I can't see the "Italics" symbol above the comment entry box…

  5. glad to hear you are good you'll need it to look after the missus, hope all goes well for her.

    • Thanks Cat.  She isn't looking forward to it.;  She says she would rather have needles poked in her eyes.  [Yes – she did actually say that….]

  6. Perhaps if you got your hair trimmed as well as your beard you'd be able to see better?

    Oh, btw, I finally gave up on battery powered watches and went back to the old analog type. I bought a loverly auto-wind type wrist watch from Amazon back in November. I wound it when I got it and never had to wind it again. It runs all night while I'm sleeping and winds itself during the day. One less reason to go to Skobieville.

    And tell Herself that having needles poked in her eyes is a hell of a lot more painful then any eye type surgery she'll undergo in the hospital. And she'll be able to see better when it's all said and done which is more than she'd get sticking needles in her eyes.

    Of course, she'd be able to see you better as well.

     

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