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Sorry this image is a bit washed out. Now what you are looking for is one of the objects in the image. I'm not going to tell you which one to be looking for but I know which one I'm looking at.....

Be the first one to tell us about the object, the one I'm talking about, and tell us about it..... give at least a few details..... Want a couple of hints to get you started???? The catalog I used to order this begins with McF......

Oh yes it is worth 100 points....... good luck!

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Looks like a pair of safty glasses so you can keep your eyes!!!

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Now I see!! Safty glasses with bifocals.

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Ed, it's a yellow #2 pencil. Eraser on one end to erase mistakes [?] The other end is sharpened to a point, to lay out projects or to write letters etc. It can also be used to bite on (like a bullet only safer) to subside the pain of something in your eyes if you did not wear your safety glasses.

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It's bifocal safety glasses available in 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, and 3 power models to suit close focus requirements. The safety glasses comply with ANSI Z87 standards and include integral sideshields for extra protection. The glasses are adjustable in four positions and provide panascopic tilt for a comfortable fit. You bought them at Mcfeely's.

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I think it's the inside of a very intelligent, but poorly sighted, bird's house. The hole is a dead giveaway. It's not an owl or a hawk because the entry hole is too small. It must be the same kind of bird that kamakazees into my dining room window. Leaving the bi-focal safety glasses behind was a fatal mistake. Thanks for the ponts.

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Now I see!! Safty glasses with bifocals.

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You are right on the points! Great job, of course I shot the photo so you could see the bifocal in the shadow.... so do you think I'd make as a famous photographer?????

Your 100 points are on the way!

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Ed, it's a yellow #2 pencil. Eraser on one end to erase mistakes [?] The other end is sharpened to a point, to lay out projects or to write letters etc. It can also be used to bite on (like a bullet only safer) to subside the pain of something in your eyes if you did not wear your safety glasses.

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Very good!

You know when Norm was ask about a booper show where they would show somethings that didn't quite work out..... He said there were no such things to show as he doesn't make misteaks. I tried the joke before but no when seems to notice the "teak" part?????

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It's bifocal safety glasses available in 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, and 3 power models to suit close focus requirements. The safety glasses comply with ANSI Z87 standards and include integral sideshields for extra protection. The glasses are adjustable in four positions and provide panascopic tilt for a comfortable fit. You bought them at Mcfeely's.
You are right on the money! These are nice glasses for those of us who are having a little trouble seeing that line that needs to be followed or those little marks on the ruler or tell if that is a piece of wood or your pencil..... You did so well I'm sending you 50 points for your efforts.

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