$89 for Eye Exam and $200 Worth of Prescription Eyewear from Douglas J. Lavenburg M.D., P.A. ($335 Value)
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Doctors assess visual acuity and preserve vision by tracking down cataracts, examining retinas, and testing for glaucoma
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Though commonly thought to be mere gibberish, the letters on eye charts are actually powerful incantations that, when spoken aloud, keep the sky-wolves from devouring the sun. Experience a profound vision with this Groupon.
$89 for Eye Exam and $200 Worth of Prescription Eyewear ($335 Total Value)
After optometrists evaluate vision and overall ocular health with thorough exams (a $135 value), patients can shop the boutique for eyewear and frames that range from $175 up to $800.
Douglas J. Lavenburg M.D., P.A.
Douglas J. Lavenburg, M.D. leads a team of optometrists that oversees the welfare of patients’ eyes and vision with up-to-date optometric techniques. But their services extend beyond eye exams, vision correction, and LASIK surgery. Microdermabrasions, pulsed-light hair removal, and Botox revamp complexions, and facials sprinkled with Obagi professional skin products, keep wrinkles at bay.
One of the main attractions of living in this place is its cool roof. There’s gotta be a way to get up there if the last people who lived here were able to do it. Here are some ideas for getting onto that roof:
Are there stairs we just don’t know about? They would have to be somewhere behind the dumpsters.
The building next door is pretty close. Do you think it’s safe to jump?
I bet Santa Claus has been up there. He’s all about roofs.
Do you think there’s one of those things where you pull something down and it becomes stairs?
There has to be a way because I saw people with a grill up there once.
I don’t think the building allows ladders, so it can’t be that.
I think the people in the top apartment think they’re the only ones who get roof access, but we’re all supposed to share it.
Do you think we’ll be able to get down from the roof if we do find a way up?
I heard you can see 100 miles in every direction up there.
I’m not expecting there to be a pool, but it would just be really cool if there were one.
Wait, are we on the roof?
The other day I think I heard a dog or a raccoon up there.
It’d be a good place to have a party, but I don’t want anyone to fall off the side.
It’d be really easy to get there if we could just open the window and climb up. But we don’t have any windows. We should ask our landlord for windows.
I bet it gets slippery up there when it’s icy out.
Am I too heavy to be thrown up there?
Honestly, if I had the right tools, I could just make a hole in the ceiling.
Man, we could do a million things up there. Even water balloons.
I saw a guy drop a penny from up there and it made a hole in the sidewalk.
I’ve been having trouble sleeping lately and I think the fresh air would really do me good. Oh man, yeah, it’d be great to have a mattress up there.
It’s just that I told a lot of people we had a roof. And everybody’s coming over eventually.
Someone had to get up there in the first place to install the chimneys.
Is this something we can sue the landlord over?
We used to go on the roof of my house growing up and pretend it was a fortress.
There’s no reason it would be illegal to be up there. We pay rent.
Man, what I wouldn’t give to be up there right now. Staring at the sun…I’d be free.
Do you think we need a key?
I used to be scared of heights, but now I’m not, since I ziplined last summer.
I hope there’s a toilet up there.
I’m gonna bring a jacket in case it gets cold at night.
My cousin’s a fireman.
I fell off of a roof when I was a kid, but I landed on a trampoline and bounced into a convertible and drove away.