40% improved eyesight, and the optometrist isn't even a little curious. Imagine that.
Back again so soon Jakey, you say?
Yes, indeed. But just to gloat.
Ahhh, it’s nothin’.
So, look. Reannon goes to the optometrist, he confirms her improving her eyesight by 40% and that her astigmatism has mysteriously vanished.
What does the professional say, upon being confronted with an actual improvement in the condition he’s tasked to treat?
Silence, that’s what.
No questions, no curiosity, no excitement, no wanting to know more and perhaps share with his customer base.
This is why you get as much sarcasm and rants as you do here, my favorite darling. Because this industry is a sham, last thing they want is for you to actually get better, and not depend on their lens subscriptions.
Literally the worst sort of professional, who wants nothing to do with you improving.
Also literally the best sort of experience, taking on the task of making your eyeballs happy and getting away from that whole group of monkey-making, no-questions-asking vendors of lies and poor eyesight.
And while we’re already here:
Well, would you look a that, then.
If you’re looking for happiness, for answers, for self fulfillment, for being in control of your destiny … you’ll have to go find all those things for yourself.
No ‘prescription’ vendor is going to help you with any of that. Health, being complete, not being dependent on some ongoing fix doesn’t make anyone any money. And they’re interested in you for depending on them, not for improving your own life. Retail optometry is the McDonalds of eyesight. Fast, easy, instant gratification. Feel good now, pay for it later.
Enough of that, though, Celebrate your understanding of your own biology, and having found ways to make yourself free – and see so much better.
Go make some 20/20 gains!
Formerly genetically defective. 🤓 Weaned off retail optometry lens subscriptions, now 20/20 eyesight. Also into BJJ, kitesurfing, paragliding, being stupid.
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