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Eye-examination charts vary according to the manufacturer, but one thing they have in common is that they don't spell anything.

One day a patient came into my office for an ophthalmological exam.  I asked him to read the 20/40 line of the eye chart, but obviously the letters FZBDE were mostly a blur to him.  Finally he ventured a guess.

"I can't pronounce his name," the man said, "but I think he played football for Notre Dame."
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