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Godzilla 2014 and my Visceral Hatred of its Choices

David Langford on May 2nd, 2018 under Asides, Optoblog, Reviews •  No Comments

WARNING: *Spoilers* As I mentioned before, I saw Godzilla (2014) in 3D with my son in the movie theater. At the time, I was disappointed with the story choices they made regarding killing the father off early on. I saw the movie again on BluRay with the entire family, and I felt felt a strong, […]

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The Problem with Godzilla (2014)

David Langford on May 17th, 2014 under Asides, Reviews •  No Comments

I took my son to see Godzilla in 3D on opening night. It was great that we shared the experience, but the Godzilla movie left me emotionally unsatisfied for 3 reasons: (Spoilers ahead)   I thought the movie was about the father, but then they take a turn, and I guess we follow the son […]


Atkins/Paleo/VLC Diets in AMD, DES, and other Eye Conditions

David Langford on September 10th, 2012 under Optoblog, Reviews •  No Comments

I would like to propose that someone perform a series of studies regarding living a low carbohydrate/high fat diet and its effect on inflammation-related eye disease. I read The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living: An Expert Guide to Making the Life-Saving Benefits of Carbohydrate Restriction Sustainable and Enjoyable by Drs. Stephen Phinney and […]

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Flurisafe Review

David Langford on March 24th, 2011 under Optoblog, Reviews •  No Comments

Flurisafe comes in a 6 mL dropper manufactorered by AL-ROSE Enterprises and is composed of Fluorexon disodium with benoxinate. Fluorexon’s heavier molecular weight makes it “safe” for use with soft contact lenses since it won’t permanently dye it yellow like fluorescein will. If you don’t use Flurisafe, then you should try it out. I’m confident […]

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Bad cord management on Sonogage Corneo-Gage Plus 1AS

David Langford on May 19th, 2005 under Reviews •  1 Comment

In my original review of the Sonogage Corneo-Gage Plus 1AS, I neglected to mention one of my pet peeves. First, please look at this picture closely. It shows an unwound cord while the probe wrests on 2 black, plastic deals. It is very tedious to manually unwind the cord. Vacuum cleaner companies long ago invented […]

Review of Sonogage Corneo-Gage Plus 1AS

David Langford on March 5th, 2005 under Reviews •  2 Comments

In my first review for Optoblog, I’ll focus on the most recent equipment addition to our clinic, the Sonogage Corneo-Gage Plus 1AS. There are a couple different versions out there, the “1” and the “2.” We somehow got the 1AS. I’m not sure what the AS stands for, but it might have something to do […]