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Horological Meandering: PAMs are big

... but I didn't know they were that big ;-)
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By: JohnFM
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Automotive: Something magical about an old Alfa in Red

If I recall, you sit low in this car -- BUCKET seats. I assume it also has that lovely wooden steering wheel and shift knob.
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By: JohnFM
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Food & Wine: No alcohol Jocke ...

... but somehow this diet reminds me of the following: “Only Irish coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups: alcohol, caffeine, sugar and fat.”
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By: JohnFM
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Officine Panerai: Very interesting and handsome watches

PAMs I was not familiar with Nicholas -- thanks for posting. I'm not a chrono guy, in general, yet these are unique and quite attractive.
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By: JohnFM
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Rolex: He's a little apologetic and hesitant ...

... but his points are valid and understandable. His first comment related to the difficulty of replacing a stainless steel Rolex in the current environment is less persuasive, at least to me. If we're honest with ourselves, however, many of us can relate to his other concerns. I live in an urban ar
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By: JohnFM
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Horological Meandering: Nice pic -- agree on red date

Just wish it had a different name.
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By: JohnFM
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Rolex: One of the best

Enjoy this classic!
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By: JohnFM
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Officine Panerai: I prefer the back of the 721

... but not enough to have it influence a buying decision. For example, the 673 has the more intricate back, while the 587 has the simpler back, yet I ever so slightly prefer the 587 due to its simple, yet robust crown without guards.
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By: JohnFM
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Officine Panerai: This watch looks like it was made for your wrist Bill

Nice photo too -- your wrist and the Panerai look very comfortable in this environment!
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By: JohnFM
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