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Horological Meandering: I hadn’t worn this one in awhile.

Nothing terribly fancy: Not an example of more desirable PD examples by IWC or Orfina, a Valjoux 7750 as opposed to a Lemania 5100, steel as opposed to titanium, yet all-in-all a decent watch with which to do some laundry and enjoy a “wee dram”. Cheers.
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By: RabidManatee
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Seiko: Funny... I also was on the list but passed.

I thought that the new Willard might be too large. I have an SKX (the yellow one) as well as an SLA 017 which is a fantastic daily wearer.
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By: RabidManatee
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TimeOut: Agreed. [nt]

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By: RabidManatee
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Rolex: I am consistently astonished by not only the depth and breadth of the knowledge possessed by you and some other Forum members

but also your willingness to share. I also enjoyed reading your piece on vintage Rolex paperwork. The presence of "pixelation" is also a tell tale sign of fakery in other vintage documents and media. Thanks.
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By: RabidManatee
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TimeOut: Yep, another great tune. But seeing as how I can play Driver 8 on guitar (trust me, I'm no Lerxst), that one still gets my vote.

And yeah, greatest acceptance speech ever -- not even "arguably" to me (although Rick Wakeman referring to gophers going about up in his hind quarters during a prostate exam is admittedly a close second). Cheers!
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By: RabidManatee
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TimeOut: I figured you to be a fan from your forum name. I'm still in disbelief. It was bad enough when they announced that they were done touring.

One interesting and IMHO admirable thing is that Geddy, Alex and everyone else who knew that he was ailing kept it to themselves. Very unusual in this day and age of celebrity and internet voyeurism. My hat goes off to those who knew but respected Neil's and his family's privacy.
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By: RabidManatee
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