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Why Don't The Numbers Tell Me the Right Size?This is a great question, and comes down to the wide array of materials used to make the frames! The distance from the edge of the lens to where the temple (arms, bows, whatever you want to call them) go back to the head and thickness of the temples themselves are just a couple of the factors. Add in different bridge designs with the same width and totally different fits and construction, and things get hairy quickly!
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So, How Can I Even Figure Out What To Buy?Pay close attention to the actual construction of the frame. Opticians know these tricks well and our staff is happy to assist if needed, just send us a picture, and what it is you personally want out of your next eyewear function and style wise. For a guideline for yourself though, look at the material thickness from the outer lens to the edge, this can be just one or two millimeters, on up to several or as much as ten or more millimeters in the cases of some specialty designs for high prescriptions! Next pay attention to the thickness of the material in the bridge, and the way it tapers. These subtle cues can give you a great impression of how the frame will fit on you with just a little visualization!Does a Frame Always Need to Fit Perfectly?Contrary to the optical worlds opinion, NO. You don't need perfect central alignment, or frames exactly the width of your head. What you do need, are certain lines to flow well with your face, colors that work for your complexion and wardrobe, and knowing whether you want to have a look that is bold and oversized, or small petite and minimal, or any combination of the two. There is a fine line between oversized and TOO BIG, so do dredge into this area with caution. This is where we come in, if you're not sure, let us help! What if I Like Really Different?Welcome to the party, you're one of us. We understand trendsetters and fashion forward styles are not something the everyday eye will find pleasing, and we're not going to talk you out of that gorgeous vintage cat eye shape in blazing pink colors, or whatever your heart desires, as long as it really is a good look for you in color tones and style choice! Frames built for the world of high fashion are some of our favorites, and personally our staff rocks some of the wildest things out there! Whether you like the basics, or something as wild as a rimless with dragon shaped lenses, we're not judging!Full Video showing many of the differences and what "proper" sizing looks like:
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These facts were summarized from extensive review of the record in this case. The Court noted numerous discrepancies between counsel for Ms. Underhill's assertions of fact and the facts as demonstrated in the record. Specifically, counsel's assertions that Mr. Caudill physically threatened Ms. Underhill by moving or reaching toward her directly contradict Ms. Underhill's and Mr. Caudill's deposition testimony where they both described a verbal conversation with no indication of physical movement. Such discrepancies undercut the ability of this Court to efficiently review and decide matters as well as diminish the Court's ability to rely on assertions of counsel.
Taking the facts in the light most favorable to Ms. Underhill, on two occasions Mr. Caudill treated Ms. Underhill in a sexually offensive manner. Those two incidents are mild compared to other cases in which this Court has denied summary judgment. Those incidents are less numerous and less severe than those where one typically finds a change in the work place atmosphere. Moreover, UPS did act quickly, which is to be commended. Employers often wait until events reach a crisis before recognizing a problem. UPS did discipline Mr. Caudill, though initially not quite comprehensively enough or severely enough to protect Ms. Underhill from further indignities. After the second allegation, UPS acted more decisively to prevent further incidents. Title VII or the Kentucky Civil Rights Act, however, do not impose liability for every deviation from appropriate, professional behavior in the workplace. Oncale v. Sundowner Offshore Servs., 523 U.S. 75, 81, 118 S. Ct. 998, *741 140 L. Ed. 2d 201 (1998). After her initial complaint, Ms. Underhill had legitimate objections to the response of UPS. On the other hand, UPS had every reason to believe that a reprimand and further training would end the problem. These kinds of disagreements alone do not create a viable cause of action because the behavior Plaintiff endured never came close to the severity required for sexual harassment under Title VII or Kentucky law. From the facts alleged, including UPS's two steps of discipline, no reasonable jury could say that UPS allowed a hostile or abusive work place either to exist or continue.
Ms. Underhill finally claims that UPS's handling of her complaint amounted to a constructive discharge. To be successful on such a claim, Plaintiff must have evidence that the abusive or sexually charged work atmosphere prevented her return to work and caused her termination. Only if the working conditions changed to the point where a "reasonable person in the employee's shoes would have felt compelled to resign" would UPS's conduct amount to a constructive discharge. Kocsis, 97 F.3d at 887 (citations omitted). The record simply does not support such a finding in this case. The working conditions had not risen to the level of a hostile work environment, let alone a workplace where one would feel compelled to resign. In addition, Ms. Underhill did not respond to UPS's attempts to document her leave or return her to work. Finally, UPS's "presentation of other legitimate options for continued employment with the company, even in less prestigious positions, precludes a finding that [s]he was constructively discharged." Wilson v. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., 932 F.2d 510, 515 (6th Cir.1991). 041b061a72