How best to solve the problem of Happy 2010 New Year's Eve glasses?

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We have a problem, Internet. You know how on New Year’s Eve everyone walks around with Happy 2009 (or whatever) glasses? That bunk ain’t gonna fly this year. Try wearing a 2010 pair of glasses: where are you going to look through, the 1? This is a serious situation that demands the attention of our best engineers.

Think about it: these glasses mean big business. Unless you’re prepared to wear wacky glasses like these, where the 2 and 1 are extra small, and the 1 rests on the bridge of your nose. And this isn’t even very elegant: the 2 is going to tilt those glasses to the right like nobody’s business.

Opie and Anthony threw around some suggestions last week, the best idea was to convert 2010 to binary, and wear a bunch of zeroes and ones on New Year’s Eve. You’re going to look like a fool regardless, so might as well go all out.

To recap: we face a dire situation come December 31, 2009: how are we going to wear Happy 2010 glasses? The 1 in 2010 gets in the way of your left eye, and there’s still no man-made elegant solution to this problem.

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