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Post by koimaster » November 8th 2012, 3:44pm




Chuck ****, Supervisor of the Nuclear Medicine department was recently named the 2006 Service Award recipient by the New England Chapter of the Society of Nuclear Medicine. Chuck was chosen from more than 1,000 technologists in New England for his numerous contributions to the New England Chapter.



Chuck *****, MS, BSRT(R) Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy, CNMT


Average salary is $70k, considering he has been there for 25 years or so, probably more in the $100k range. Still nowhere in the elite income range but he could afford a Seiko at least.
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Post by Tzimisces » November 11th 2012, 11:26am

What was the "c" word that made him burst out in prayer?
Why would someone with some education brag about having "the wrists to pull off an android".
I guess it's nice he's so proud of his wrists. I didn't see the pic so I don't know if he's one of those idiots who thinks a 50mm watch looks good on a 6" wrist.
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Post by Horse Feathers » November 11th 2012, 11:28am

Tzimisces wrote:What was the "c" word that made him burst out in prayer?
Why would someone with some education brag about having "the wrists to pull off an android".
I guess it's nice he's so proud of his wrists. I didn't see the pic so I don't know if he's one of those idiots who thinks a 50mm watch looks good on a 6" wrist.


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Post by TemerityB » November 11th 2012, 1:55pm

I just hope someone like dorks will relay the upcoming "they were so mean to me" posts at WGs that invariably is coming from this gaggle of goobers, which, of course, is always the sweet icing on the never-ending WG stale cake of comedy, presented to you by the saddest, lamest assembled group of meaningless flotsam since Pablo Cruise.
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Post by koimaster » September 21st 2016, 11:41am

did not stay long here either

http://walletfriendlywatchforum.com/profile.php?6,1109

I had forgotten that forum existed. Hell, they have more members than we do.


http://www.watchtalkforums.info/forums/ ... id=5543449
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Post by conjurer » September 21st 2016, 12:01pm

koimaster wrote:did not stay long here either

http://walletfriendlywatchforum.com/profile.php?6,1109

I had forgotten that forum existed. Hell, they have more members than we do.


http://www.watchtalkforums.info/forums/ ... id=5543449


The last I saw of Ninetoes was when he was a moderator (!) at WIT, which was a year or two ago; he evidently took a powder from there, too. Now, he is only a fond memory.
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Post by hcharles » September 21st 2016, 3:02pm

Chuck O' Niner Toes didn't stay very long at walletfriendlywatchforum.com either:
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Post by conjurer » September 21st 2016, 3:29pm

Tzimisces wrote:Was he the one who graduated from Nvicters to Italian timepieces? Sottomarino, I think it was?


Yup. Chuck was pretty active at BDWF, between the times he quit, which was often. He had a pretty irritating way of bashing into somebody's New Watch thread--where a guy might post about a fairly expensive watch that he was proud of owning--and Chuck would complain about how the guy was throwing away his money, and would post a pic of one of his $25 scrottomayers.

For newer members, Chuck got his gangland name of "Ninetoes" when he posted at BDWF about nearly severing his baby toe while chopping wood.
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Post by conjurer » August 30th 2017, 4:32pm

koimaster wrote:what ever happened to the guy? Did he retire to Houston?


God knows. His last pics of Very Inexpensive Scrottomayer wartchs seemed to have been posted at Watch Freaks a couple of years ago, and since then, he's gone radio silent. Of course, the trauma of losing his baby toe may have caught up with him, and he might well be dead.
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