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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Roger1079, Sep 27, 2012.
This is what I've worn for the last few months.
Ever think that the very same computer, cell phone, and meeting rooms are creating/causing FAR more stress than wearing a watch?
People that say people have expensive watches just to show off. They say a $20 watch is just as good as a $10k watch. They say they have a clock on their cell phone.
Most likely the very same people with the latest iPhone/Android whizbang cellular device. Would the cheap *** pay-as-you-go phone not allow you to make calls?
It amazes me, that people will poo-poo you for spending your money how you see fit, yet get so defensive when someone poo-poo's them.
own alot of watches , but been wearing my Halios Puck for months .
Wow! All that to explain why YOU don't wear an expensive watch. You must have a lot of time on your hands. Unfortunately You missed my point entirely.
You don't want an expensive watch, Okay. Don't buy one. I got no beef with that. But Why cry and moan and piss on the idea that someone else might enjoy having, owning and wearing one? I think your last paragraph and especially the last line describes your attitude quite well. And, YES you are "Condeming and Complaining". You don't want one so why should anyone else. The world is not all about YOU! But, thanks . . . you missed my point but have proven it perfectly.
Thank you Sir, my point exactly.
Rolex Submariner that my wife got me for our 25th wedding anniversary. Love it.
That's a gorgeous watch. Maybe someday...
It isn't the watch causing his imbalance........
That is very nice. It would look nice on my wrist.
hey, whaddya know? It does look nice on my wrist.
Maybe one day, if you can swing it, you'll change your mind and buy a decent watch.
I've worn a watch 24/7/365 for 50 years. My father would by a watch ~Timex-type and if I liked it a lot , he'd just take it off his wrist and give to me, still makes me smile and he's been dead 26 years. Currently I'm wearing a Omega Seamaster Chronometer. Two more Omegas and a Swatch watch at home. The watch my father wore in WW II and my godfather's gold pocket watch in the gun safe. I actually don't give a flying ******** what anyone thinks about the watch I wear
I have a couple of old Seamasters, a TAG, and a few Invictas, but I have worn a Citizen Ecodrive for the past 3 years, and probably will continue wearing it until it wears out, or the sun stops shining.
Wrap that rascal.
There is no need to own a lot of things.
Really? What "real" need? How many people have to defend themselves per capita? How many people have to hunt to support themselves? What's the "need" for owning a semiauto AK? A shotgun will serve plenty well for self-defense.
2. A cheap watch works just as well as an expensive one. They both tell you the time of day. I can buy a cheap watch for ten bucks. Sure, it might break in a couple years. Buy a new one. You can't say the same thing for guns. Cheap ones are less accurate, and far more likely to malfunction.[/quote]
A cheap car works just as well as an expensive car too, within limitations. So's a cheap gun. A Jenning will do just fine for 99% of the self-defense scenario.
Hell yeah!!! If you got it, flaunt it.
Aprilia rules!!! But that's for another thread.
Rolex Sub-C. Every day, all day.
I wear a hundred dollar watch so I can buy guns.
Casio G-Shock AWGM100B-1ACR solar atomic