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By LuAnn Schindler
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-Isms: Original views on life in rural America

 


We all have one, an area where our view is obstructed. A blind spot corresponds to a specific area in one’s eye that is insenstive to light, where the optic nerve connects with the retina. At that junction, an interruption distorts the normal pattern of light-sensitive rods and cones.

We also have a blind spot while driving, even though some of us do not want to admit it. It’s that tricky area to the side and slightly behind our field of vision that is not reflected in the rearview mirror.

Many of us have a blind spot, a subject we’re uninformed or have a prejudice about.

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