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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Upgrayedd, Sep 17, 2020.
The 6138 UFO is my favorite but those turtles are sweet too. Good job.
Another observation: I was at a committee meeting 3-4 years ago and there were about 40 people in attendance. It was a mixture of engineers and professors. The ages were pretty well distributed between 30 and 80.
There were very few watches. Almost every person with a watch was a professor.
The engineers look at their computer screens all day. The time and date are prominently displayed at the bottom-right of the screen.
A professor in front of a class or speaking at a conference typically can't see a clock. It looks ultra-unprofessional to check a phone in the middle of a public speaking event.
Always. Have a bunch, mostly either G Shock variations or the Timex equivalent. I do have some expensive ones, but only rarely wear them.
That orange and black samurai is beautiful!!
Except when sleeping, yes.
Mostly Apple Watch these days, primarily Omega and Seiko divers otherwise.
Mostly a Garmin Fenix 6. When I want to spruce things up a bit I break out the Seamaster
I worn a NY Yankee watch when I was about 8-10, never worn one since.
No rings, no earrings, no nipple piercings, nothing.
Thanks! It is definitely very eye catching, but it's actually the 'Nemo' Turtle - the blue looks black in that picture as it's a pretty dark shade - this one shows it a bit better (at least here if you look closely around the five o'clock area you can tell it's not black):
That said, the orange SRPC07 Samurai is definitely on my 'want' list, too. The damned things are like Lay's potato chips - you can't have just one!
Of course I do. I'm not a savage.
All day , every day for the last 50 years .
1911's are old school, still very useful. Ar-15's are old school still very useful. Manual transmissions, still prefer them. Quite frankly cars are old school. Couldn't live without one. I suppose you are too cool to carry a pen either.
Young people are prepared for very little. They panic if there is not power or internet.
So much truth there .
I used to but not any more. I work in a lot of dirt and grime and would not remove the watch first. Then the buttons would no longer work (Timex Ironman series). I rely on the cell phone, computer screen and various clocks around the house.
And I tuck my shirt in because... adult.
And I walked to school...
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Uphill both ways, in knee deep snow? With an old lard bucket for a lunch box?
Poll too limited.
I only wear a watch because it is a smart watch that does many things. I would not wear a regular watch, it is not 1987.
Since I have become indoctrinated to stare at my phone every 2 seconds anyway, I don't need a watch.......................just kidding. I wear a watch and do not have a "smart" phone.
I'm surprised the numbers for wearing a watch weren't higher. I'm not a millenial and don't live my life with my IPhone (that I don't use a lot) in my back pocket. It's not as fast as looking at a wrist watch and leaves you vulnerable to the smart phone falling out and getting damaged. Don