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I really have to correct the mis statement regarding mono vision. Whilst it’s true that it is one eye distance one eye near sighted it’s NOT true that it is always one particular way around, frankly it depends on circumstances. In my case I am short sighted, and then in one eye I had first a detached retina then cataract. As such I had to have a fixed focus replacement lens and decided to go mono and have that eye set for distance vision. As it happens it’s NOT my dominant eye. In a few years time when I have to have cataract surgery on the other eye as that eye didn’t have a detached retina I can have one of the better lenses that have multiple focus - you can’t use these in an eye that had a detached retina for complex reasons.
Last week we returned from geneva, of two suitcases one failed to get on the plane in geneva, one got on the plane but then failed to make the connection in Frankfurt, had many argument's with United over what was going on and the usual nonsense. As the bags arrived in sfo I could see them first in the international terminal then t3. For some reason one of the bags went to a hotel three miles away for several hours.