Saturday, August 23, 2008

It occurred to me today that iridologists are missing out on a new income stream. They could apply the techniques of iridology to cameras.

A customer brings in a broken camera, the iridologist has a look at the lens and then diagnoses the fault. Bit cloudy in the NE quadrant, must be a flat battery. Smudge just below the centre, obviously a misaligned film take-up spool. White spots around the circumference, the camera has absorbed too many souls.

Guaranteed to be just as effective as regular iridology, i.e. useless.

This post, like one a couple of days ago was inspired by one of Bronze Dog's excellent Doggerel posts.

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  • You know nothing about iridology. The lens has nothing to do with iridology. You are flogging the wrong horse.

    By Blogger CoolIris, at 24 August 2008 at 7:48 am  

  • CoolIris, thanks for commenting.

    The lenses I refer to in this post are camera lenses, not the lens of the eye. I'm actually flogging a zebra, not a horse.

    As you know more about iridology than I do I would love to hear your thoughts on this post.

    By Blogger Flit, at 24 August 2008 at 4:07 pm  

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