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Eye see, this is really the first human implant of the Bionic Optical Cub Finder (BOCF). BOCF has been in development for years at the Ohio Cub Finder Skunk Werks. The key to downsizing the device from the non implanted BOCF that BigDog has been testing for years is the miniaturization of the unilateral phase detractors. A 21.50% solution of reminative Tetraethyliodhexamine is used to cool the quasistatic regenerator to a comfortable 98.6 degrees. Barnyard was selected from the many volunteers to become the first human recipient. There may be some minor side effects. However, Rick P is on call to help with any necessary adjustments.
Anyway, I am glad that you can see better
Buckeye Cub Tug
August 8 & 9, 2014
glad all went well.
1975 cub (LouAnn) serial # 245946, 1941 John Deere Model H
Good judgment comes from experience,
and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. Will Rogers
Yes we finally found out about BigDog’s BOCF shortly after the 1st Cub-Arama when Cubs mysteriously vanished. Fortunately unbeknown to BigDog there is a secret anti BOCF device we can follow to guard our Cubs especially when BigDog travels to Cub events. This is one of the last images the anti BOCF picked up. As you can see the non implanted BOCF picks up the color red and then zooms in for a closer look. The secret anti BOCF device picked up BigDog’s BOCF checking out a known Cub owner’s structure.
Now with the Bionic Optical Cub Finder I guess it’s back to locking everything up 24/7. It’s really hard to stay ahead of these OHIO people.
I’m really good at doing nothing…With that said…I’m really, really good at doing nothing
Thanks Doug, I wasn't so sure I could reveal all the information we had on the BOCF at first. I'm glad we were able to discuss this over the weekend at CI CubFest. Several newer members asked me what CI stood for and I told them it meant Central Indiana. I wasn't sure at the time if I could reveal that it actually stands for "Cub Imaging". As I had noted earlier, the nurses kept loading me up with eye drops before and after the procedure. These drops were to condition my eye to accept the quasistatic regenerator. I will need to take three diferent drops four times a day for a week. Then I will need to take two of those drops four times daily for another week. After that I should be down to only taking one drop four times daily for another two weeks. By then my eye should be able to sustain the heat generaated by the regenerator.
On a good note: I went for my follow up visit today. The doctor said I went from 20/200 vision yesterday morning to 20/20 today. At this rate I should be able to look through barn walls in no time.
So far everything is lking good.
Eye am glad everything went well!
First, glad everything went well. Second, there's not a snowballs chance you aren't going to mess this up!
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