Well the slogan holds true in today. I had some bad news happen when I was getting ready to go for my pump refill, low blood sugar, I took a seat on my bed to gather myself and my glasses were there, bent the frames out of shape and screwed over the frame screw. Went over to Lenscrafters after my pump refill and Cedric there was quick to work on them, he tried to repair them at the counter but had to take the frames in the lab and fix them he made a few trips in and out of there, he came back out and I noticed a big chip in my right lens, the lens that had been flawless up till I went there, he looked at it and took me straight over to an order counter and got a new pair of lenses ordered for me and then I went into jewel and shopped with mom for a bit. I came of there tired and wanting my new lenses so we went over to Lenscrafters and after five minutes had my new lenses and like new frames in my hands. The frames felt new too. The lenses are flawless and the last two pairs I had had some tiny flaws that I wasn’t going to bitch about. But these are flawless. Now I have to guard them like fort knox. So thats the bad news, and then the good news! I got free lenses!
In the video above I show programming in an 8 hour cycle. Why would someone want a cycle this long? Well I sleep on the vest sometimes and secondly some people might need a 2 hour cycle, or even a one hour cycle programmed with many different frequency or pressure variations. Programming The Vest machine allows you to do anything you want with it. Except take over the world. Or produce your own Neoprene. And to you coffee nuts out there, no it does not take Keurig cartridges and turn them into coffee instantly. But, it does do one thing and does it damn well, clean out your lungs. So if you have bad lungs and have trouble with secretions consider grabbing a trial of The Vest system with your doctor?
Blogs and Valium don’t mix; you forget to do stuff and fall asleep. But forgetting to take your Valium does not mix with LIFE nicely. Off to take my Valium. Night! \
(POST UPDATED JUL 20 @ 4:40 AM)