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3D glasses Where To Find 3D Glasses

    It seems to be getting tougher and tougher to obtain small quantities of 3D glasses for viewing anaglyphs and stereo photography - I guess this is just part of the broader trend in the business world towards selling to distributors, and away from selling to actual consumers - of course it begs the question of who the distributors are selling to... In any event, here are some decent options for getting your hot little hands on the red/blue or red/cyan glasses you'll need to view my 3D stereo photos:

  1. Buy Ari a drink. If you live in Los Angeles or Santa Barbara (or if you live someplace further away that I happen to be visiting) you can buy me a drink at your favorite hangout, and I will shower you with a fistfull of the same kind of cardboard red/cyan glasses that 7-ELEVEN used to sell in the 1980s so that you could watch Elvira in 3D on Movie Macabre. And note that, armed with this fistfull of 3D glasses, you become as a distributor unto yourself, able to weedle free drinks in return for anaglyph glasses from all of your own friends! Of course if your interest is in fashion rather than commerce, your second option is to...

  2. Buy Ari two drinks. If you live in Los Angeles or Santa Barbara (or if you live someplace further away that I happen to be visiting) you can buy me two drinks at your favorite hangout, and I will bestow upon you a single coveted pair of plastic red/cyan glasses. These babies are big enough to fit over most eyewear, and make even the most introverted 3D afficianado look like Captain friggin' FANtastic. Now if you aren't local to Los Angeles (and if I don't happen to be traveling to your home town any time soon), your third option is to...

  3. Beg for free glasses from Rainbow Symphony. Write a letter humbly requesting a "free pair of red/cyan anaglyph glasses", enclose a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE), and send it to the fine folks at Rainbow Symphony, 6860 Canby Avenue Suite 120, Reseda, CA 91335. Odds are they will take pity on you and mail back your SASE with one pair of cardboard glasses tucked neatly inside.