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Horological Meandering: I don’t think gun ownership is a problem per se as mentality plays a big role.

If you take a look at Switzerland and Germany for example. Lots of guns in private hands and even 4x more unregistered (25-40 million) than registered (8 million) for the latter, yet annual deaths are only in the high doubles including police and suicides. Obviously this is not really comparable to
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Horological Meandering: It’s not just how you dress but also how you act...

Anyway, the threat is obviously there but not as dangerous as people make it. I‘ll continue wearing my watch as usual.
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Horological Meandering: Yes, we can wear watches safely in public! Stop fearmongering!

Those who get robbed do everything to catch a mugs attention. Their fate is in their appearance.
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Independents: Stunning piece!

That’s how we love watches. Bold!
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Audemars Piguet: Certainly both watches not even worth their retail...

..but 15202 is the way to go! The 5711 is an imposter with undeserving credit.
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Horological Meandering: There is no public interest for luxury goods. I doubt law is violated.

As said. A grey is just a good customer. A good customer enjoys certain privileges. Has been since decades.
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Horological Meandering: Grey market dealers are as much a customer as you are. They’re just bigger in money.

If the grey market were about to get drained the whole industry would take a very deep dive. People that cry about these practices are just mad that they can’t get a grasp off that cake to make a quick buck. Accept it and move on! Brands are lovin’ it!
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