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  1. Never seen the fuss about smart watches. Also always preferred the non-smart traditional ones. Currently have a Fossil watch. Always preferred metal straps, too.
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  2. I've gotten to the point where the constantly connectivity is driving me nuts, so I think I'm going to only reserve my Coros Space Vertix watch for hikes and running. Been looking at this gem, although the price tag is a bit high. The Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional (it's the watch they give astronauts). Although their 'Dark Side of the Moon' Collection is sexy and uses leather.
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  3. Found out @MUFC's real identity https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-58178106
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  5. I'm very partial to the Seamaster Professional with that non leather/non metal strap just because leather can sometimes itch my hand. Bit like the one below.
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  6. I think one of the great things about that film was that they nailed it with the 60's atmosphere in Hollywood. Add the authenticity of Spahn Ranch, it really was a film that felt as if you were actually there.
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  7. I do like this one from Citizen. Part of their Atomic Time Keeping Style.
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  8. Plenty of good, affordable watches out there. Seiko, Tissot, Orient, Hamilton, Junghans, Stowa, Glycine, Longines - plenty of choices under 500-1000, good quality, a lot of different models to choose from, and will last you for decades. Haha I've seen that Citizen Star Wars watch before Tacky, but cool.
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  9. Yeah it's red and itchy. Can you help? I tried calling @MUFC but it's not his forte.
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  10. I'm still salty about how the show ended. It all went downhill when they ran out of book material. Littlefinger is probably one of the most amazing series/book characters in existence, who got absoulutely massacred by an incompetent writing team.
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  11. I currently choose between these two daily:
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  12. Boooo! Well if and when that changes remind me If i forget to keep asking you
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  13. I used to be really big into watches but I did stop myself at 8 I actually just got all the batteries replaced on the non automatic ones. Ill post a couple of my favs I remember a few years back Nixon had a few star wars themed ones that werent gaudy as all hell I really really liked one but I couldnt justify a 9th watch and it was like 600$ mvmnt, love the classic simple looks. My fav fossil, automatic (just got a grey leather band as the original fell apart )
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  14. Happy birthday nudgey! Reminds me I was meaning to ask you if I can send you that beer yet have a good one!
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  15. I'm trying to watch as many shows/sports and whatnot in German that I can find, so I've been finding stream, and honestly I like Graz because they aren't RB or Rapid, their kit is classy, and I think they are near the RB Ring F1 track. I'm a simple man.
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  16. Yeah - Breitling is absolute class. I like a little in-between. My Dad used to have a watch that was nice and clean, and it had a place for a dial that would rotate with the time, and so during the day the sun would rotate and then at night moon. It was also behind the main face so once one of the sun set, you no longer could see it. Long story short, I used to love it as a kid and it would fascinate me greatly. Sadly that watch was lost.
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  17. Both are my two favourite teams in Austria...
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  18. Nice game this weekend between LASK and Sturm Graz. If I had to pick a team in Austria, I'd pick Graz, so assuming I'll around, I'll definitely be checking out the match.
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  19. Non-smart watch. I LOVE proper traditional watches Especially the pilot/aviator ones. Both metal and leather band is fine, it depends on the overall look - I personally prefer to wear leather ones, but the metal bands are by far easier to clean and maintain, especially in humid climate.
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  21. During COV-ID one of the things i caught was Sky Arts with critiques looking at film stars and classic movies. I see some of you commented on the Spaghetti Westerns with Eastwood. One point I picked up was the films were released out of order. In the last film released I think is the Good the Bad and the Ugly you see Clintwood dressed in civil war uniform and he sees grisly corpses and decides to remove his jacket and put on a dead man' s poncho. This sets the scene for the other movies of his trademark he look. They said surely this should have been the first to set the scene yet did not happen and was a shame
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  22. No way was I going to be left out of this one - I really hope the '16 Tons' syndrome doesn't apply and that you have a great day!
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  23. Happy belated birthday @nudge!
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  24. Fucking Hippie Motherfuckers! I also liked the friendship between Leo and Brad's characters in this movie. No backstabbing, no betrayal. Just true friendship.
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  25. Have a nice one @nudge! Congrats, many happy returns and don't drink too little.
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  26. Like this whole pandemic is the perfect wet dream of right-winger conspiracy theorists the early politicisation of the issue has also helped them.
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  27. Really good movie overall. I was worried with the hype and the hollywood wankfest but definitely lived up to it. The ending is perfect, vintage Tarantino.
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  28. He would kill us if the donator label was removed.
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  29. One more reason to love Freiburg.
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  30. Wtf is this shit. First bloke not even Aussie.
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  31. any donation is appreciated though. It's whatever you feel comfortable with and doesn't have to be big amounts all the time.
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  32. Ebola and Marburg viruses, while obviously devastating and unfortunate for those affected in local outbreaks, are not really a huge worry for large-scale global outbreaks, simply because they are too deadly to spread effectively, and also require direct contact with bodily fluids of the infected instead of spreading through air.
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  34. We're the Millers (2013) - Comedy/Crime - 8.5/10 A good laugh a minute, we quite enjoyed it.
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  35. I made a mess of those tweets there, so here, have a short summary instead
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  36. Ngl when I see people with these I think they're big dorks even if it's for work purposes I could never wear one as I feel the constant distraction would be too much for me. Need to disconnect from the world every now and then. Sure you can say "just take it off" but every gadget is addicting in some degree and if you paid decent money you're going to wear it. A real, good watch can last for decades and looks nicer. The smartwatch will be in a drawer or thrown away in a couple of years or less. I'm not saying they aren't useful, specifically for running/cycling, but for daily use, big no for me.
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  37. Visited a Zoo today, and I felt really sorry for this Chimp. She just looked sad and deflated. I later read that she was once used for "Holiday on Ice" in the late 70's/Early 80's. So they made her skate on ice and whatnot. Her name is Lady.
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  38. How cool is this... Absolute chad dad made his son a Lamborghini mostlt made out of wood - 9GAG
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  39. True I would imagine when you saw them enjoying the sea and playing some games, supping bottles of whisky and what not then going back into reality and battle with the horror of war, I can remember my old man who was in the subs during WWII telling us stories of pulling dead bodies out of the water all bloated up and one particular young lad who had just arrived straight from training and when they turned the body over looking for an ID for records and forward onto beloved ones the dead person groaned because all of the seawater in their body, the young rating fainted on the spot. Then my tours of duty and walking into mortuaries as part of our duties the things you saw in there I would not describe in here and I still get small flashbacks to this day as they are still there in the back of my mind. Then you would have a few hours off and sometimes even a whole day where we would try and keep ourselves amused as we were not allowed around the City Center (Belfast) as it was too dangerous, one amusement we did was have a 'Hillbilly Fight' as we called it in the corridor, our room consisted of 6 of us in bunk beds and we called our room 'The Rednecks', the room opposite us was 6 other guys called 'The Suckets'. You would be lying on your bed and a knock would come on the door with a guy from the Suckets room and would say in an American Hillbilly tone "Us Suckets want a battle with your lot in 5 minutes..." which we accepted then all hell was broken loose for 10 minutes with guys kicking shite of each other, no holds barred with our Troop Sgt Major and Captain looking on both laughing their balls off when they thought it was getting too messy with the blood they would end the Hillbilly fight with buckets of water all over us which we knew that it was time to clear up the mess and recover from our wounds.
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