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June 6th, 2010

Ugh a frickin' eye attack

Right side cluster headache with blurry vision in the right eye afterwards, by my non-medical-person inference involving a drop of intraocular pressure (something that has not been measured, mind you).

I could use some unpolarized prescription sunglasses right now, on account of light sensititvity. I can use the polarized ones and can even adjust the brightness with them, but only by canting my head like Will Reicher.

On the good side of things, Icon 9.5 is intriguing. And I thought it was going to be frozen forever at version 9.4.

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    Pretty low until you jinxed them.
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    What would you estimate the odds to be of it happening in the next 200 years?
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