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A. Lange & Söhne: My favorite would be the black dial, but the RG version

Legibility is not great, but better than the WG version, at least for my eyes.
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By: Boris
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Photography: I love this area, near Dempsey Hill

I was very fond of a French restaurant that was just across the road from this church, Au Petit Salut, when I used to live in the Little Red Dot. Sadly, I think it has permanently closed down, which further fuels my nostlgia of Singapore.
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By: Boris
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Vacheron Constantin: Superb watch and superb combination

I went for a very similar strap for my Cornes de Vache in stainless steel. It's a bit casual, but still very refined.
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By: Boris
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Omega: My choice as well

It’s very hard to argue with the fantastic look of this plexy.
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By: Boris
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Rolex: I'd rather like this Explorer for myself

What a wonderful model.
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By: Boris
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WristScan: Thanks for the honour, Art, and for a theme close to my heart

Well done, Eliott55 and Padj for two great shots.
16d
By: Boris
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WristScan: Ha, that's not me, Art!

That's my bass teacher, Bruno Tauzin. I can only dream of playing like him, he's technically amazing.
16d
By: Boris
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Horological Meandering: Then, with due respect...

Just get yourself a Lange, and spare us the rant. Youtube said it, so it must be right. I much prefer Lange over Patek, but your rant is repetitive and tiresome.
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By: Boris
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WristScan: Small correction...

...it's obviously John Bonham of Led Zep. Jason is the son. While I am at it, another bass player I really admire is Steve Harris of Iron Maiden. Here's a good example of his galloping style of bass playing, courtesy of Bruno Tauzin. Can I play with madness
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By: Boris
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