JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 10.23.21

Did you know that, if you wear contacts, it’s possible to put a pair of contacts ON TOP of another pair in your eyes?

It’s true…I just did it.

It’s early here in New Jersey, just post 7:30 a.m. I have three baseball games that my boys are playing in ahead of me.

So, I woke up, put in my contacts and sat down to do this post.

Couldn’t figure out why everything was a little blurry.

My contacts were in. Even my reading glasses were clean.

When I went to check/clean my contacts again, I remembered I fell asleep on the couch last night, reading.

And I never took yesterday’s contacts out.

So, this morning, I double-contacted my eyes.

And it didn’t help me see any clearer. In fact, it was worse.

Much worse.

There must be a metaphor in there somewhere.

 

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This Week’s Links:

What I Watched This Week: The Many Saints of Newark and Halloween Kills. Less than a meh on both.

Also: The Fog (1980 version) and the finale of Only Murders In The Building, which was great.

What I’m Reading This Week: Fear Is The Key by Alistair MacLean

Listen: A great 5 minute piece by Ross McDonnell on what photography means to him over at the UN of Photography

Joe McNally: Printing an Olympic Book

Laurie Anderson: 5 Questions to ask to see if something is worth doing.

Jonathan Sanders: Notes  on Failure

Seth Godin: On Sunday Drivers

Favorite Photo of the Week: via Connie Freestone

From The JSP Archives: On this date (October 24) 2009, I was posting from India. 

 

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