I’ve been wearing glasses most of my life. When I was in middle school, I sported pink frames that were big with a square round shape. 161 more words
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Globalist, corporate, monopolistic fascism destroys real capitalist private enterprise and competitive prices.
Tabetha Wallace breaks down the illusion of choice in the market place and how the new Luxottica Essilor 49 billion dollar eye wear merger is now the norm rather than the rarity in the global corporate economy.
Sunshine requires the right eye wear and we are loving the latest in the Top 2017 style of sunglasses.So pick up a pair of your favorite specs from any of the designers spotted on the list and enjoy showing off the accessory that highlights your facial features best. 63 more words
Wearing glasses has a complex history yet few seem to have thought about what wearing glasses might mean in different cultures. Glasses can radically transform how a person is perceived by others, and of course can influence how a person sees themselves, especially if wearing glasses becomes habitual. 721 more words