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Before the invention of glasses, near-sighted people probably could not go to the movie theater, amirite?

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Openeyess avatar Openeyes Yeah You Are +7Reply

He's not wrong you know

Eye glasses existed before movies

Mrtechnohawks avatar Mrtechnohawk Yeah You Are +6Reply

False. We just sit a couple rows closer than everybody else.

@Dairyqueenemployee False. We just sit a couple rows closer than everybody else.

Not only that but the screen is so large, nearsightedness doesn't have as much of an impact

I would worry more about getting too close to the Buffalo you had to catch for dinner

Sure they could, who would stop them?

@beachbum Sure they could, who would stop them?

It's what  would stop them, not who.  
There were  no movies before eyeglasses were invented, and so no movie theaters.  Eyeglasses were invented in Italy sometime around 1300.  Benjamin Franklin invented bifocals in the 1700s.

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