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H. Moser Takes on Retro-Vintage

PostPosted: May 13th 2018, 9:47pm
by Racer-X
by Zeldon Brigadeen "H. Moser & Cie is at it again with the Retro Vintage One, a mocking take on the retro craze gripping the watch industry. Unlike the recent Swiss Icons watch, only this short video has been released."

Article at Orbitus Watch Blog


Re: H. Moser Takes on Retro-Vintage

PostPosted: May 14th 2018, 4:25am
by foghorn
When I klik on the link it goze to grammerly. It doesn't help eether.

Re: H. Moser Takes on Retro-Vintage

PostPosted: May 14th 2018, 8:10am
by Falstaff
Zeldon Brigadeen? Jeez - I thought conjurer would be all over this one with his "hereafter, I'd like to be known as" shtick.

Re: H. Moser Takes on Retro-Vintage

PostPosted: May 14th 2018, 9:08am
by conjurer
"Fuck that fuckin' automaton."

--Zeldon Brigadeen

Re: H. Moser Takes on Retro-Vintage

PostPosted: May 14th 2018, 9:44am
by svaglic
It's light weight, hardly can tell it's on the wrist. Until you put the car battery in to power it.

Re: H. Moser Takes on Retro-Vintage

PostPosted: May 14th 2018, 6:03pm
by Racer-X
This was meant as a joke, but Grammarly is pretty neat.

Re: H. Moser Takes on Retro-Vintage

PostPosted: May 14th 2018, 6:26pm
by foghorn
The problem with Grammarly (and spellcheck) is that it makes dumb people even dumber. They rely on the instant corrections without ever knowing why they are being corrected.

Re: H. Moser Takes on Retro-Vintage

PostPosted: May 14th 2018, 7:49pm
by Racer-X
foghorn wrote:The problem with Grammarly (and spellcheck) is that it makes dumb people even dumber. They rely on the instant corrections without ever knowing why they are being corrected.


Agreed, but unlike spellcheck, Grammarly explains the reason for each correction while you are choosing it. For a free product, it works well.