Re: NANFA-- An aside...nothing to do with fish

R. W. Wolff (
Fri, 20 Sep 2002 11:59:44 -0500

Paul Harvey had a rest of the story about a guy who worked for Crayola for
his whole life mixing colors, and he was color blind. He was a highly
esteemed employee and his retirment was a big celebration.
It is thought that everyone sees color just a bit different. If you could
switch eyes with someone it would be like adjusting the color a bit on your
As for me, I still have to ask my wife if my shirt will go with my pance. I
have also argued with several people when talking about the aqua range of
colors of wether they are more blue or green. I usually say blue hued when
others say green.
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