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Because of the angle of sunlight at our latitude, I think you could make the case that wearing sunglasses all day in Spokane makes more sense than it does in certain affectation-embracing showbiz meccas.
Perhaps you could go with protective tinting along these lines?
Do you have a hard time recognizing even people you know well if they are wearing sunglasses?
A Bolivian squirrel monkey checks sunglasses with bitter apple smeared on them, to deter them from stealing visitors sunglasses, during a photocall at London Zoo in London, Thursday, April 7, 2011. The event was held Thursday as keepers decided to train the monkeys to stop them grabbing people's sunglasses, using the bitter apple as they don't like the taste of anything sour. You write the cutline. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
- 1. Monkey, after reading about the federal impasse, decides to look at the world through dark glasses until sanity returns — Herb.
- 2. Unbeknown to the the zoo officials, Simon, the Squirrel Monkey, who was brain damaged from getting too much sun, loves his daily Apple Sour and has scored big time in having his favorite flavor soaking his favorite bling-bling, all within easy reach — Jeanie.
- 3. Chippy, a Bolivian squirrel monkey; monkeys around with sunglasses he had squirreled away on a rope and taken from tourists visiting a zoo — Kage Mann.
- HM: Charlie.