Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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prescription eyedrops

eyedrops that correct your nearsightedness
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if tears or water can make dramatic improvements in nearsightedness, so should an eyedrop with just the right refractiveness for your vision problem. and it lasts longer than tears because it has a gas permeable oil base or some kind of base anyway that lasts longer than water and won't get washed out of your eyes by normal tearing.
sinan314, Nov 28 2000

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       I'm picturing this as something like magic chocolate shell syrup on ice cream -- you drop it in and it molds to your cornea to become essentially a regular soft contact lens.
danrue, Nov 28 2000
  

       If I only had more uses for all that power.
reensure, Dec 10 2000
  

       hmmm, not sure about this one...

But (belated) welcome to the Halfbakery!
hippo, Dec 06 2017
  

       Oh ffs! Couldn’t you wait four days? Then they’d join up seamlessly. Honestly!
Ian Tindale, Dec 06 2017
  

       [hippo], you are a historian, or maybe an archeologist. You sure can pick them   

       [sinan314] was around for a week or so.   

       Are you opening up the cold case files and seeing if you can solve the missing 'bakers cases ?   

       Thank you for trying to find some closure for these.
normzone, Dec 06 2017
  

       We seem to have missed quite a few transient bakers in 2000 - was there something good on TV that year?
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 06 2017
  

       There was an economy happening - they may have moved to better paying jobs.
normzone, Dec 06 2017
  

       Alas, I am now coming to the end of the year 2000 Halfbakery archaeology. There are very few users left who only have a single idea, which also was posted in 2000 and has no annotations.
hippo, Dec 07 2017
  

       Next time, the trick is to seamlessly segue from a prehistoric date into pretty much the same date of the same month, or a day or so later, but with a gap of in excess of a decade. That way people don’t notice the missing years and think the activity on the idea was only a few minutes ago and they weren’t paying attention somehow. At a later time, several decades hencefutureward, it’ll look curiously strange and yet artistically valid, to have such a neat faultline, as though time jolted forward like a lightning strike through the many sheets of paper in a calendar but on the same spot on the page.
Ian Tindale, Dec 07 2017
  

       Yes, you're right - a missed opportunity on this idea
hippo, Dec 07 2017
  

       // [sinan314] was around for a week or so. //   

       Was there a short period in 2000 when the Halfbakery was a social climbing exercise ?
wjt, Dec 08 2017
  
      
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