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Re: color and medication



At 09:58 AM 10/27/1998 -0600, Rob Lingelbach wrote:
>An article about Viagra in today's Dallas Morning News states that
>airline pilots must be certain they don't fly within six hours of
>taking the medication, because it causes a problem differentiating
>blue and green colors-- apparently some cockpit instruments use these
>colors to impart information.
>
>There may be some implications for male colorists.

I'm sure that the color acuity side effect of Viagra transcends any gender
lines.

My suite is a Viagra free zone ;) In fact, I run my desktop primarily in
green and blue.  Any suspect color enhancement has more to do with what
side of the bed my client crawled out of.

Best,

Bob

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