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 Posted: Mon Jun 11th, 2007 04:59 pm
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James Haury
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Mea culpa! Mea maxima Culpa. I laughed hard, but i am Guilty. ( Wal Mart hs better watches)

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 Posted: Mon Jul 23rd, 2007 01:31 am
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Johnny P wrote:

...if you are reading this post and feeling guilty.

See there?  We're all a little different!

I agree w/ Johny almost 100% .  .  .

But I'm afraid this one confuses me.

I don't get it?

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 Posted: Sat Jul 28th, 2007 06:40 pm
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rev_smile.gif LOL!!!  How about adding these:


...if you have microfiber cloths and magnifying glasses stashed in strategic places at home and in the office.

...if the boxes and packaging from all your watches take up more room than your clothing in your closet

...if you set your watch 5 times in 5 minutes to get the minute hand to line up exactly on the minute marks when the second hand reaches 12:00.

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 Posted: Sat Jul 28th, 2007 07:08 pm
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Hah.. yes to all three... :shock:

Zeb wrote:
rev_smile.gif LOL!!!  How about adding these:


...if you have microfiber cloths and magnifying glasses stashed in strategic places at home and in the office.

...if the boxes and packaging from all your watches take up more room than your clothing in your closet

...if you set your watch 5 times in 5 minutes to get the minute hand to line up exactly on the minute marks when the second hand reaches 12:00.

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 Posted: Sat Jul 28th, 2007 07:41 pm
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LOL sounds familiar for some reason. LMAO subtlelaugh.gif

May need rental storage for boxes. hehehehe :D

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Liked these very much. The following are all absolutely true. I've made appropriate modification to reflect my very own variations on the theme

 

...if even at Sears / The Bay, you check out the watches.


...if you use your chronograph for...


    - timing the pasta boiling time for perfect al dente (if not wearing a chrono, i set the bezel to the correct start time and monitor the elapsed boil time thusly. The moral is if you're the cook, you need a good watch; several in fact)

    - timing the ride (motorcycle, car, bicycle) walk to my favorite food store.
    - timing a 15 minute nap.
    ...if you look at your watch ten times before you see what time it is.


    ...if you are reading this post and feeling guilty.

     
    And No. 1...
    ...if a key purchase decision is how to hide it from your wife. (I have found the solution, I have them delivered to my office, more conveneient too, there's always someone there to sign for my packages)

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     Posted: Tue Jul 31st, 2007 01:25 am
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    Wore "2" to the doctors appointment today!!!!!!!!!  I Think a Phychiatric evaluation/recommendation is on the way HAHA!!!!!!!

     

    Yes, I have more Watches than............BRAINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

     

     

    Last edited on Tue Jul 31st, 2007 01:26 am by jdmac

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     Posted: Tue Jul 31st, 2007 01:29 am
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    srh_pres
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    Using that criteria,  there will be a lot of happy psychiatrists - plenty of potential patients here.  :shock:

    jdmac wrote:
    Wore "2" to the doctors appointment today!!!!!!!!!  I Think a Phychiatric evaluation/recommendation is on the way HAHA!!!!!!!

     

    Yes, I have more Watches than............BRAINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

     

     

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     Posted: Tue Jul 31st, 2007 01:36 am
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    Zeb wrote: rev_smile.gif LOL!!!  How about adding these:


    ...if you have microfiber cloths and magnifying glasses stashed in strategic places at home and in the office.

    ...if the boxes and packaging from all your watches take up more room than your clothing in your closet

    ...if you set your watch 5 times in 5 minutes to get the minute hand to line up exactly on the minute marks when the second hand reaches 12:00.
    <Gulp>  Uh-oh, guilty of those too, especially the last one... :shock:

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     Posted: Wed Aug 22nd, 2007 06:43 pm
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    James Haury
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    You feel guilty wearing a quartz watch to walk a few blocks to the store because you could be winding one of your automatics.:?

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      Good stuff.  

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     Posted: Sun Feb 17th, 2008 01:35 am
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    guilty anodie.gif

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