aldo-vallon - August 16, 2017
I do not know how I am supposed to respond to futuristic styles that I am seeing that have been considered futuristic styles for the past thirty years. Take Heidi Klum's sunglasses for an example. That single lens that bridges the gap over her nose, while also harnessing the power of the Sun. That style has been around for decade, but always as being the style of the future, kind of like Dip'n'Dots. So have we finally gotten to the point where they are just another contemporary style that really has not caught on, or is their time still yet to come like with face tattoos?
I always get nervous about wearing shiny things in the water. I have this paranoia that some shark will be attracted to it like a lure on a fishing pole, and next thing I know I will have a large mouth bass hanging from my dangle. And I would have to blame humans for it after all the centuries of training fish to take the bait off a flashy lure. I did intend to flatter myself by making it a large mouth when a bluegill would have be just as capable of doing the damage.
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