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    Default Never thought of that angle

    Quote Originally Posted by SG View Post
    the white dial rules!



    I mean, I don't give JP grief about what he bought because, well, you know, he's Canadian and vast expanses of white frighten them, which is why they're all near the coasts and the border with us.

    But YOU have no excuse...
    Vast expanse of white....yup, you may be on to something. View of my front street last weekend.
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    Default this combo today

    NSA on Micah canvas.
    Keith

    Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes; after that, who cares?! He's a mile away and you've got his shoes!


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    Thanks, Tyler. Sort of captures the spirit of the beast.
    I like to look at life the way my Corgi, Phil, does. Don't sweat the small stuff... and everything's small stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SG View Post
    [I] he's Canadian and vast expanses of white frighten them, which is why they're all near the coasts and the border with us.

    But YOU have no excuse...
    Ok this made me laugh!

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    Maybe it has something to do with The McGurk Effect that Jaimie showed us in the post below. No matter what I thought I saw my brain was telling me that this one was nicer

    <img src="http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b92/dttime/Rolex/DSCN0085.jpg">

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    Sometimes having tthe blues is a good thing, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDS (Ohio) View Post
    Sometimes having tthe blues is a good thing, right?
    Ha..... I'd rather have the blues with snowflake hands.... if you know what I mean!
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    Late to the partay!

    Nice watches today, boys!!!!!!!!!

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    I know they made a Tudor Sub with blue dial and mercedes hands, etc. The photo I saw of one was a beaut, but what I don't know is if it was a full size (39.5mm) or a mid size (36mm).
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    Not as late as me. I've got on the one on the left today.



    Long day, and not over yet.
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