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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby conjurer » December 30th 2012, 9:10pm

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Better a watch - than a cock ! Heh conjurer. I know you like them black - fuckface!


Interesting how some pussies think a black cock makes the insult worse - very telling. REAL Marines wouldn't care what color had their back. AFAIC, You are not welcome here.


I'm thinking that Johny was wrapped a little too tight, is all. I remember some of the mooks I used to hire back when I was in restaurants--good guys, most of them, but the smallest thing would set them off. They'd be your best pals one second--and I mean, seriously, they'd take a bullet for you and laugh about it while they bled out--and the next second they'd be pissed and ready to fucking kill you.

Johny seemed the same way--me and Horse Feathers were breaking his balls last night and he was taking it good-naturedly, and then I made the joke about black watches and he flamed out and started putting his head through the dry-wall.

These fellows, when they're in a well-policed and PG site like WGs or, dare I say it, BDWF, can hang on for awhile and perhaps even become productive members--although this is a stretch to think that Johny could ever contribute much before going postal--but when attending an adults-type forum like the Lords, well, they simply can't handle it.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby Horse Feathers » December 30th 2012, 9:20pm

Falstaff wrote:I'd say an Invicter Venom would be right up your alley, if you will. Thick as a fucking brick, available in "as black as the Earl of Hell's riding boots" PVD finish, plenty of "road hugging" (slogan worked well for Ford!) weight, at least 50mm of testosterone pumped, lubricious female attracting wrist coverage, Swiss-ish made, as manly as a pair of functional testicles and a 5 year non-coverage warranty. Why the name itself - VENOM - just drips with "don't tread on me" machismo. Pay no attention to those metrosexual haters (this fucking forum is full of 'em) with their lightweight, effeminate 40-49mm Eurotrash watches - or those slick anime-loving wannabe Japanese fanbois with their Seikos, Citizens and Orients (remember Pearl Harbor). Man up - get a Venom, godammit.


"5 year non-coverage warranty"

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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby Horse Feathers » December 30th 2012, 9:26pm

conjurer wrote:Johny seemed the same way--me and Horse Feathers were breaking his balls last night and he was taking it good-naturedly, and then I made the joke about black watches and he flamed out and started putting his head through the dry-wall.


Just went through the thread again, it was an Elau post that triggered the meltdown but in fairness to him I think he was ready to boil over.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby elau » December 30th 2012, 10:09pm

Yeah, I should not have been so hard nose. Maybe he will cool off if I offer him an apology. I guess sometimes I just don't know when to back off.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby conjurer » December 30th 2012, 10:27pm

elau wrote:Yeah, I should not have been so hard nose. Maybe he will cool off if I offer him an apology. I guess sometimes I just don't know when to back off.


Don't worry about it, elau. Fuck him. He's a cunt.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby Horse Feathers » December 30th 2012, 10:40pm

conjurer wrote:
elau wrote:Yeah, I should not have been so hard nose. Maybe he will cool off if I offer him an apology. I guess sometimes I just don't know when to back off.


Don't worry about it, elau. Fuck him. He's a cunt.


Agreed !

Elau, as mentioned by myself and more eloquently explained by Conjurer he was ready to burst.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby koimaster » December 31st 2012, 12:50am

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conjurer wrote: as a nation, we're all fucked.


Especially with another fake Marine. The fucktard apparently worships Mongo, the fake Navy Seal. An Army yelling Hoorah?! WTF.




Fuck you - little piss ant ! To think I protected fucks like you.

Your IP says you are in Ontario Canada. I am an American so you could not have protected me, more likely Americans protected you. If you are not in Canada then you are using a proxy which is prohibited here.



You puke !



Eat shit you fuck face puke.

Very adult like. Just proves you are not what you say you are. No self respecting NCO or Officer would react like this.



Man up.... You got it. Im here asshole. Would you care to meet? or are you and Mongo fudge packing ? You sick fuck head puke!

Where is here? Tough guy routines like yours are comical at best. What would you do if someone took you up on your bravado?

Have a nice night douche bag!



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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby codguy » December 31st 2012, 7:08am

Horse Feathers wrote: It was just a thin mint away


One of them thin urinal mints.

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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby johnywatchman » December 31st 2012, 7:19am

koimaster wrote:
johnywatchman wrote:
elau wrote:
conjurer wrote: as a nation, we're all fucked.


Especially with another fake Marine. The fucktard apparently worships Mongo, the fake Navy Seal. An Army yelling Hoorah?! WTF.




Fuck you - little piss ant ! To think I protected fucks like you.

Your IP says you are in Ontario Canada. I am an American so you could not have protected me, more likely Americans protected you. If you are not in Canada then you are using a proxy which is prohibited here.



You puke !



Oh Koi,

Where Im situated now - has little to do with my past . You should know that ....

It's Army not Marines by the way fellas.

I'm still here - I love you guys !

I patched the drywall and Im know ready to roll.

Missed you fellas, hard to believe a newbie intro has over 100 posts. We doin good !



After much deliberation - I've narrowed it to a Deep Blue 3000, Boschett, and an Ecozilla.



Hope all of you have a good New Years eve - be safe out there !



Eat shit you fuck face puke.

Very adult like. Just proves you are not what you say you are. No self respecting NCO or Officer would react like this.



Man up.... You got it. Im here asshole. Would you care to meet? or are you and Mongo fudge packing ? You sick fuck head puke!

Where is here? Tough guy routines like yours are comical at best. What would you do if someone took you up on your bravado?

Have a nice night douche bag!



And who in their right mind posts HOOAH! in a forum?
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby johnywatchman » December 31st 2012, 7:21am

my post was eaten in Kois response above. Hopefully people can see it and love it.

Drywall - Lol
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby andrema » December 31st 2012, 7:28am

johnywatchman wrote:Oh - by the way assholes, do you know why I need a watch in all black ? It's because I have shrapnel in my right eye that cant be removed, and anything to shinny is not possible to look at . Bunch of fucking assholes.




How about looking for a watch for yourself. I am sure that the Army taught you how to use a search function.



BTW - We could give 2 fucks about your eye or why you need an all black watch. For all that we know, you prefer the finish because it reacts better with your anus. Do you have an anus problem too? Please disclose your medical history so that we don't get your panties in a wad during your future posts regarding holding your hand for a watch purchase.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby AJC » December 31st 2012, 7:33am

Too "shinny" huh?

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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby johnywatchman » December 31st 2012, 7:39am

LOL... you fellas are a riot ! I love you guys.

The anus jokes,the black jokes.... lol

Love the three pigs Mark2.

Peace............ any watch favs between the Deep Blue and Boschett?
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby andrema » December 31st 2012, 8:33am

Good Boy...
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Postby andrema » December 31st 2012, 8:38am

Here is a new user guide that I pulled together for forum slap fights...


WalMart Trolly Boy: Located at WalMart, there will be an option to fight him if you haven't beaten him yet. You will need approximately 5 points in Strength, Speed and Power; weapons and armor may help. Every level makes him harder to beat, so it is recommended that you stay at level one until you defeat him.

7-11 Trolly Boy: At the 7-11, you'll have to beat a second trolly boy. You must be at least level 7, with approximately 20 in each fighting stat. Once again, weapons and armor may help, but each additional level will make him harder to beat.

Old Man: At the 7-11, there will be an option to "Visit the Old Man." Now you must explore the city to find an arena pass. Once you have found an arena pass, go back to the 7/11 and click Visit the Old Man. You will then have a selection screen with NPCs listed in order from weakest to strongest. You get very good bonuses from fighting these people. Just make sure you are ready before you battle, as they are tough. You can get things from points to explore turns.

Other Players: Located on side menu and labeled Battle! or City > Hobo Meeting Area > Start a fight. On the battle page enter the HoboName/ID and click search. After their page comes up, you may enter their profile and click attack hobo or click battle.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby johnywatchman » December 31st 2012, 8:39am

Mark2 wrote:Good Boy...




The girl with the dripping snot - she looks pretty hot if you take away the snot and the train tracks ! Lol

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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby Hawk » December 31st 2012, 8:48am

johnywatchman wrote:LOL... you fellas are a riot ! I love you guys.

The anus jokes,the black jokes.... lol

Love the three pigs Mark2.

Peace............ any watch favs between the Deep Blue and Boschett?


It's slow here so I'll lob a couple of questions...

Is the black a matter of style or directly related to sensitivity to reflections? If it's the latter you might be better served by a bead blast stainless, matt titanium or even some plastics.

Is the specified diameter for style or legibility? If the goal is legibility big ass dive watches are seldom the answer - they're all bezel. If one puts the tape and the old "pie are squared" action on something like a Sea Squirt Hunter the bezel is around 1/3 of the surface area. Hence legibility isn't at all helped by the overall dimensions.

I don't have to ask about the thickness - that's pretty much strictly cosmetic these days.

The natural assumption is that "big and thick" was strictly a road house babe issue from the OP but since you tossed the eye issue out there one wonders if some degree of function isn't lurking in the depths of the specification. Recommendations along the lines of Sea Hunter would make sense if there's no need for legibility, low reflection or, for that matter, telling time - it's strictly a vulgar fashion statement. If, on the other hand, legibility, low glare and telling time are on the table different recommendations would result - though likely not exclusively diver's watches due to the amount of real estate lost to the bezel.

Of course, I guess it's possible you actually read the advice to new posters, zeroed in on item 2 which counsels against asking about a 55 mm Chinese watch first rattle out of the box and just decided to lob one across the bow. Since you're still here and setting a new record for number of posts in an intro thread I thought I'd ask.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby johnywatchman » December 31st 2012, 4:00pm

Hawk wrote:
johnywatchman wrote:LOL... you fellas are a riot ! I love you guys.

The anus jokes,the black jokes.... lol

Love the three pigs Mark2.

Peace............ any watch favs between the Deep Blue and Boschett?


It's slow here so I'll lob a couple of questions...

Is the black a matter of style or directly related to sensitivity to reflections? If it's the latter you might be better served by a bead blast stainless, matt titanium or even some plastics.

Is the specified diameter for style or legibility? If the goal is legibility big ass dive watches are seldom the answer - they're all bezel. If one puts the tape and the old "pie are squared" action on something like a Sea Squirt Hunter the bezel is around 1/3 of the surface area. Hence legibility isn't at all helped by the overall dimensions.

I don't have to ask about the thickness - that's pretty much strictly cosmetic these days.

The natural assumption is that "big and thick" was strictly a road house babe issue from the OP but since you tossed the eye issue out there one wonders if some degree of function isn't lurking in the depths of the specification. Recommendations along the lines of Sea Hunter would make sense if there's no need for legibility, low reflection or, for that matter, telling time - it's strictly a vulgar fashion statement. If, on the other hand, legibility, low glare and telling time are on the table different recommendations would result - though likely not exclusively diver's watches due to the amount of real estate lost to the bezel.

Of course, I guess it's possible you actually read the advice to new posters, zeroed in on item 2 which counsels against asking about a 55 mm Chinese watch first rattle out of the box and just decided to lob one across the bow. Since you're still here and setting a new record for number of posts in an intro thread I thought I'd ask.




Thank you. Great advice. Your absolutely right. Perhaps matte or flat would be better. Yes, the dive watches seem to be all bezel.

Any recommendations for large numericals, but not too crazy.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby andrema » December 31st 2012, 4:03pm

Renatoes got a big 8 on the dial ang theys also gots diamonds
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Postby plaverty » December 31st 2012, 4:20pm

Koimaster

[color=#040070][font=Verdana]"Falstaff, do you know where or by whom the Invicta 0741 chronographs are manufactured? Do you have any experience with these chronographs? Are you simply an idiot repeating the mantra of other idiots, or do you have something to share? I have not taken the time to check your contributions to this site; however, you have provided no incentive to do so with what you shared. Best regards, Paul."[/font][/color]
[color=darkred][font=Verdana]@plaverty

Well Paul, try taking me on. The watch is made in China, it has an NE 78 japanese movement which is made in China by Seiko via TMI

[/font][/color]We disagree, koimaster, the movements are neither made in China, nor made by TMI as you have repeatedly asserted your posts including above.

The NE series of movements are automatics, each of which has ‘Japan’ marked on the rotor. These movements are made at the SII Morioka Shizuku-ishi Watch Studio in Iwate Prefecture, alongside the SII manufactured 8R28A movements.

Time Module (TMI) manufactures nothing, and never has. TMI is a sales organization for SII and Epson, as is clearly indicated on their home page. The following link will take you to a Seiko document from which the following was excerpted:

[color=#040070]http://www.watchtime.at/archive/wt_2010_01/WT_2010_01_044.pdf[/color]

"In addition, a Seiko affiliate, Time Module, markets the more than 300 million watch movements that Seiko Epson and SII make each year for companies outside the Seiko Group."

Having taken the above position, I will provide documentation to satisfy you of the veracity my ‘where and by whom’ assertions I have made, or you can satisfy yourself by making the inquiries.

In closing, these remarks, I want to thank you for all of the contributions you have made here and at other sites, and the work you have done in maintaining this forum, all of which have allowed people like myself to make more informed decisions about what they buy. I have the greatest respect for your crusade against everything you find repulsive in IWG, and your no censorship policies on your forum.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby Horse Feathers » December 31st 2012, 4:20pm

johnywatchman wrote:Any recommendations for large numericals, but not too crazy.


Perhaps 88,99 or 77, nothing over 100

or did you mean mechanicals ?
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby andrema » December 31st 2012, 4:24pm

Does you like them big time nobs with the big numericals? Does the numericals need the lum for knight seeing?
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby jb182 » December 31st 2012, 4:30pm

Horse Feathers wrote:
johnywatchman wrote:Any recommendations for large numericals, but not too crazy.


Perhaps 88,99 or 77, nothing over 100

or did you mean mechanicals ?


I thought he meant numbers, as in 1 through 12.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby Kahuna74 » December 31st 2012, 4:37pm

I have an NFW Viperfish All Black with all black bracelet. 18mm thick 48mm wide. I find it to heavy and don't wear it much pm me if you would like to talk a sale. Look it up on there web site. The one I have has a black carbon fiber dial with orange markers, great lume.
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Re: Hello Everyone

Postby Horse Feathers » December 31st 2012, 4:46pm

jb182 wrote:
Horse Feathers wrote:
johnywatchman wrote:Any recommendations for large numericals, but not too crazy.


Perhaps 88,99 or 77, nothing over 100

or did you mean mechanicals ?


I thought he meant numbers, as in 1 through 12.


Ahh, my bad thanks JB

johnywatchman ignore this incident of ball busting, am sure I'll have another opportunity shortly
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