Whatever Happened to Googley-Eyed Blind Guys Wearing Sunglasses?
You gotta hand it to our forefathers. They weren’t slaves to stupid political correctness, and were bold enough to make society a better place in spite of how others thought of them. Take googley-eyed blind guys for instance. Our forefathers had the common sense to make these people wear dark sunglasses. They took blind people aside and said to them, “Look, I know these sunglasses won’t help you out at all. But it would help out the rest of us immensely if we didn’t have to look at your eyeballs rolling around in their sockets. It’s distracting as hell. Thanks for your cooperation.”
Case in point is Michael Piccerello in this Nationwide commercial:
By the time you get to the end of the commercial and see his eyeballs roll around in two different directions, you forgot what the hell he was selling! Yeah, the director told him to bring his guide dog so people could figure out that he was blind, but dammit, a white cane and dark sunglasses could have done the same thing.
Another case in point is Ryan Seacrest trying to give Scott MacIntyre a high five during the last American Idol auditions. Had MacIntryre been wearing dark glasses, Seacrest may not have made this faux-pas. Well, he might have because Seacrest is overworked and a bit of a doofus, but it sure would have helped.
And before everyone jumps on me for being insensitive to the blind, just stop it. Its not like they can read this anyhow.
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