Not as good as it was. Better than it will be.
So cool. Clip-ons would last much longer than the cheap ass ones of today. The rims were even gold electroplated so they wouldn't tarnish. No polared lenses though, but the green tint was nice.-DB
For some of us, in the same league as clip-on bowties.
To old D.H. Lawrence.Whenever I take a slug off a bottle I do that arm flap thing...virtually no one knows what the hell I'm doing.
Clip-ons were steampunk before anyone even knew what that was.
DB- James Dean did the same type frame with clip ons. Makes a lot of sense if you wear glasses. No need to carry 2nd pr. Clip ons are cheap if you lose 'em. I heard James Dean lost a pr of clip ons at the cafe in MOMA. It's true. Dutch Uncle- You mean morons?randall - I agree. Very popular when I was in the army. Second only to being offered a bottle in the field, saying no, handing over your .45 and adding, "Only if you hold a gun to my head." Which reminds me. Someone ought'a hold a gun to Dutch Uncle's head.Oyster Guy - Steam what?
Easy Rider into The Last Detail on TCM
steam punk - you know, the precursor to steam new-wave.
Really? I woudah thought you were hip to the scene daddy-oen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steampunk
Since I can't get rid of my 15 year old Liberty Optical hornrims, this is the route that I want to take.Trailer Tradhttp://trailertrad.blogspot.com
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