What if you wouldn't be able to chose between the red and the blue pill?
Hello friends and family!
For many years I've struggled with a hereditary medical condition: I'm a Moderate Deutan. That is correct. I've been sick all my life.
Deuteranomaly is the medical term for the ones like me with a red-green color blindness. But not only that. As a result, greens, yellows, oranges, reds, and browns may appear similar, especially in low light. It can also be difficult to tell the difference between blues and purples, or pinks and grays.
- Do you remember when you saw me with that awesome grey (real color pink) shirt?
- Or the time that I was wearing 7 different colors?
Fortunately there's a light at the end of the tunnel, and I'd like to know the color of that light.
According to Color-Blindess "Roughly 8% of men and 0.5% of women are affected. Therefore chances that your neighbour or one of your classmates is colorblind are very high." You red well: 8% of men and 0.5% of women.
Color-blindess is not only real problem with 595,000,000 humans, it is also a racial problem: we're after all a very small unattended and unappreciated minority.
- Have you ever have a hard time playing Uno or Rummy with your family and friends? We do.
- Shopping for someone and choosing "the green item"? It's impossible.
- Played and failed at video games cause allies are green and enemies red? We see no difference. All enemies.
- Jewelry puzzle games on mobile? No thank you, it has too many colors.
- Playing billiards? Well, as long as I'm stripes I'm good.
We, the people of the color-blind eyes, have lived a long life of disadvantages of fun preclusion.
The solution is finally here. A company in USA (after more than 1,000 years of research) have come with shades that help us see colors. Imagine a dad finally seeing the color of his daughter's skin for the firs time? I'd only like to play Uno without disadvantages.
Enchroma shades are the solution to a life of monochromatic pain and pale sorrow. Help me get one of those shades. The amount is not impossible: $650usd, it will allow me to see colors again while having a good sight (shades come with prescription, yes, I also suffer from partial blindness), and shipping to Mexico from the far country of the USA.
Every dollar, peso, Kenyan money, dirham, ruble, yen/yuan/yuon, helps achieving my dream: see the color of the light at the end of the tunnel.
And please remember, if you come across a color bling handicapped human, do not ask: "What color is this?" Trust us, we know we're color blind.
Thanks for your support,
For more information please visit: https://nei.nih.gov/health/color_blindness/facts_a...
Disclaimer: If you've reached this far please take note that this is very much a humorist campaign. If you know me you know that I joke a lot and I'm not trying to make or compare myself to people with real handicaps or disabilities. If I have in some way insulted you please take my apologies and disregard this skit campaign. I've lived long enough as a color blind and I'm ok with it. Although having this pair of shades will be AWESOME! I created this campaign since at least 10 of my Facebook friends send me links to the campaign with comments like: we should get you a pair, look you'll finally be able to make a presentation, or how about you start dressing like normal people?. So there's a lot of humor here. If you decide to donate (I'm not making money out of this), take is as my 2030 Christmas gift (I still want to receive the others). If the goal is not reached, don't worry I'll return all the donations. There's also a 10% chance the shades won't work, and I'll return them and return the donations to you. You'll see that the prices on the website are way below my asking goal, well international shipping has to be included (about a $100USD), Gogetfunding charges 4% of the total sum raised and there are transaction fees charged to me via Paypal or credit card donations, and maybe some taxes. I really don't know how much will that be. I also don't need more money so, reaching the goal the campaign finishes.