Monday, May 6, 2013

Why David Gordon Doesn't Wear Eyeglasses: The Answer

It's absolute genius. According to David, he is nearsighted in one eye and farsighted in the other.


  1. So, does he walk around in circles??
    I know he can **think** circles around Keynesians.

  2. It's called anisometropia, and it usually affects kids. Normally it self corrects into adulthood.

    Opticians and ophthalmologists have been inducing this for years in contact lens wearers and Lasik patients. It's called "monovision" and sets one eye for distance vision and the other eye for near vision. I recently discussed Lasik surgery with my optician and since I'm 49 with a fair amount of presbyopia, he recommended giving monovision contact lenses a trial before committing to the surgery.

  3. Should wear a monocle, didn't some of the early Austrians have them?