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9th Apr '17 9:07:43 AM nombretomado
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23rd Mar '17 6:20:04 AM Allronix
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* The ''Film/{{Tron}}'' films go a little wild with these. Aside from Flynn and Dillinger, almost every other human member of the cast has thick, ''very'' [[TheEighties 80's]] nerd glasses. {{Justified}} as this ''is'' a software and electronics company, and ExploitedTrope in the first film as the thick glasses help distinguish the human Users from their cyberspace counterparts, but {{Downplayed}} as of ''Film/TronLegacy'''s ARG as Lora apparently got contacts or Lasik, Alan's frames are wire-rim and more subdued, and Roy (in the extras) still has a pair of coke bottle glasses. {{Averted}} with Sam, who apparently has 20/20 vision in or out of cyberspace. In the [[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh video game sequel]], however, Alan still has thick and unflattering glasses and son Jet has black-framed "hipster" glasses in the analog world, but TheGlassesComeOff once they hit cyberspace.

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* The ''Film/{{Tron}}'' films go a little wild with these. Aside from Flynn and Dillinger, almost every other human member of the cast has thick, ''very'' [[TheEighties 80's]] nerd glasses. {{Justified}} as this ''is'' a software and electronics company, and ExploitedTrope in the first film as the thick glasses help distinguish the human Users from their cyberspace counterparts, but {{Downplayed}} as of ''Film/TronLegacy'''s ARG as Lora apparently got contacts or Lasik, Alan's frames are wire-rim and more subdued, and Roy (in the extras) still has a pair of coke bottle glasses. {{Averted}} with Sam, who apparently has 20/20 vision in or out of cyberspace. In the AlternateContinuity [[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh video game sequel]], however, Alan still has thick and unflattering glasses and son Jet has black-framed "hipster" glasses in the analog world, but TheGlassesComeOff once they hit cyberspace.
23rd Mar '17 6:18:10 AM Allronix
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* The ''Film/{{Tron}}'' films go a little wild with these. Aside from Flynn and Dillinger, almost every other human member of the cast has thick, ''very'' [[TheEighties 80's]] nerd glasses. {{Justified}} as this ''is'' a software and electronics company, and ExploitedTrope in the first film as the thick glasses help distinguish the human Users from their cyberspace counterparts, but {{Downplayed}} as of ''Film/TronLegacy'''s ARG as Lora apparently got contacts or Lasik, Alan's frames are wire-rim and more subdued, and Roy (in the extras) still has a pair of coke bottle glasses.

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* The ''Film/{{Tron}}'' films go a little wild with these. Aside from Flynn and Dillinger, almost every other human member of the cast has thick, ''very'' [[TheEighties 80's]] nerd glasses. {{Justified}} as this ''is'' a software and electronics company, and ExploitedTrope in the first film as the thick glasses help distinguish the human Users from their cyberspace counterparts, but {{Downplayed}} as of ''Film/TronLegacy'''s ARG as Lora apparently got contacts or Lasik, Alan's frames are wire-rim and more subdued, and Roy (in the extras) still has a pair of coke bottle glasses. {{Averted}} with Sam, who apparently has 20/20 vision in or out of cyberspace. In the [[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh video game sequel]], however, Alan still has thick and unflattering glasses and son Jet has black-framed "hipster" glasses in the analog world, but TheGlassesComeOff once they hit cyberspace.
28th Jan '17 10:13:06 AM ILikeRobots
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* Lloyd of ''Videogame/EarthBoundBeginnings'' wears the round glasses, and they double as OpaqueNerdGlasses. He's also a pasty HollywoodNerd with a strong interest in computer software, and a frequent target of bullying at his elementary school. The ''[[AllThereInTheManual MOTHER Encyclopedia]]'' mentions that they're his prized possession and that he's never seen without them, and that's a point of pride for him.

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* Lloyd of ''Videogame/EarthBoundBeginnings'' wears the round glasses, and they double as OpaqueNerdGlasses. He's also a pasty HollywoodNerd extremely pasty, with a strong interest in computer software, and a he's frequent target of bullying at his elementary school. The ''[[AllThereInTheManual MOTHER Encyclopedia]]'' mentions that they're his prized possession and that he's never seen without them, and that's a point of pride for him.
28th Jan '17 10:12:29 AM ILikeRobots
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* Jeff of ''Videogame/EarthBound'' wears the classic thick square frames. They go well with his suit and bowtie and bowl cut, and he's a HollywoodNerd and GadgeteerGenius ''extraordinare.'' They're also OpaqueNerdGlasses, as seen on both his clay model and sprite.

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* Jeff of ''Videogame/EarthBound'' wears the classic thick square frames. They go well with his suit and bowtie and bowl cut, and he's a HollywoodNerd and a GadgeteerGenius ''extraordinare.'' They're also OpaqueNerdGlasses, as seen on both his clay model and sprite.
28th Jan '17 9:47:42 AM ILikeRobots
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* Lloyd of ''Videogame/EarthBoundBeginnings'' wears the round glasses, and they double as OpaqueNerdGlasses. He's also a pasty HollywoodNerd with a strong interest in computer software, and a frequent target of bullying at his elementary school. The ''[[AllThereInTheManual MOTHER Encyclopedia]]'' mentions that they're his prized possession and that he's never seen without them, and that's point of pride for him.

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* Lloyd of ''Videogame/EarthBoundBeginnings'' wears the round glasses, and they double as OpaqueNerdGlasses. He's also a pasty HollywoodNerd with a strong interest in computer software, and a frequent target of bullying at his elementary school. The ''[[AllThereInTheManual MOTHER Encyclopedia]]'' mentions that they're his prized possession and that he's never seen without them, and that's a point of pride for him.
28th Jan '17 9:47:13 AM ILikeRobots
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* Lloyd of ''Videogame/EarthBoundBeginnings'' wears the round glasses, and they double as OpaqueNerdGlasses. He's also a pasty HollywoodNerd with a strong interest in computer software, and a frequent target of bullying at his elementary school. The ''[[AllThereInTheManual MOTHER Encyclopedia]]'' mentions that they're his prized possession and that he's never seen without them, and that's point of pride for him.

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28th Jan '17 9:42:49 AM ILikeRobots
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* Jeff of ''Videogame/EarthBound'' wears the classic thick square frames. They go well with his suit and bowtie and bowl cut, and he's a HollywoodNerd and GadgeteerGenius ''extraordinare.''

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* Jeff of ''Videogame/EarthBound'' wears the classic thick square frames. They go well with his suit and bowtie and bowl cut, and he's a HollywoodNerd and GadgeteerGenius ''extraordinare.'''' They're also OpaqueNerdGlasses, as seen on both his clay model and sprite.
28th Jan '17 9:41:27 AM ILikeRobots
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** Jeff of ''Videogame/EarthBound'', wears the classic thick square frames. They go well with his suit and bowtie and bowl cut, and he's a HollywoodNerd and GadgeteerGenius ''extraordinare.''

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** * Jeff of ''Videogame/EarthBound'', ''Videogame/EarthBound'' wears the classic thick square frames. They go well with his suit and bowtie and bowl cut, and he's a HollywoodNerd and GadgeteerGenius ''extraordinare.''
28th Jan '17 9:41:10 AM ILikeRobots
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** Jeff of ''Videogame/EarthBound'', wears the classic thick square frames. They go well with his suit and bowtie and bowl cut, and he's a HollywoodNerd and GadgeteerGenius ''extraordinare.''
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