Recently, when cleaning for Pesach, I came across some old pairs of glasses. So I thought I'd share a look at my historical eyewear.
just want to protect my eyes. I can't seem to find the set that preceded these, but they looked basically the same, just didn't have the clip-on side shields.
memory metals" and, when bent, just snap back to their original shape. I used to enjoy showing off how durable they were by twisted them into knots. Surprisingly, that's not what eventually broke the bridge...it was a basketball hitting my face (and people wonder why I don't like sports). After the initial breakage, Yoni jury-rigged a fix: He soldered a piece of a wire shirt hanger (also useful for TV antenna replacement) behind the bridge (I seem to recall that Uncle Sysfrog was there at the time offering moral support - can anyone confirm this?). This was a nice fix and didn't look nearly as dorky as the twist ties. But, eventually, that broke and I fixed it without a soldering iron.