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- if you are uninsured then okay - I understand the premium on the lenses themselves. But glasses frames are regularly sold for under $100 - you do not NEED $100+ eyeglasses - especially if it's merely a backup pair.
That said - and I don't mean to sound like I'm picking on you - surely you can appreciate what a remarkable statement you've made regarding the necessity of your Glass. You cannot in good faith mention spending upwards of $4000 a year (or $10 a day, aka what many people can't even budget for lunch) at a bar, $1500 on Glass...and then scoff at the idea of spending extra money on a backup pair of eyeglasses - which is the one thing in this entire situation that is a medical need.May 23, 2014
- Exactly what the restaurant needed to do. And you and your friends should be ashamed for thrashing the restaurant reputation.
BTW: Google Glass at current prices is for suckersMay 23, 2014
- Exactly you never know when you might see a giant lepercon or some tasty side boob while dining in public. I mean we have very little time for feeding ourselves now days... They need to understand that we must document everything and anything going on around us GlassHoles. And if you don't like it we will ruin your business and your life.May 23, 2014
- Siafa Alvin+43....have you lost your entire mind? In what universe is a hearing aid - a device built to counteract a medical impairment - on the same footing as a (admittedly, very cool) toy?
I like Glass, but some of the things you Glass users say are completely insane.May 23, 2014
- those of us who chose to make the investment to purchase Google Glass have had an experience that most of us would have paid for time and again. We continue to have experiences that are worth far more than the $1500.00 price tag. I've connected with more people in my town and all over the world because of my involvement in the Explorer program. I personally have done nothing to do anything to this restaurant, and have never been to a restaurant that has asked me to remove my Glass or leave my phone in my car. It is my choice as a consumer to not give my money to a company who chooses to cater to other customers more than myself. Just as it is their choice to do so. There is no shame in anything I have said here, you should be ashamed for suggesting it.May 23, 2014
- Matt DelMastro+107Why is there such a problem complying with these kinds of requests?
It's no different than a "no shirt, no shoes, no service" policy.
Take Glass off, enjoy your meal, pay your bill, and put glass back on again.
No big deal.May 23, 2014
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