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Here’s Skelton, obviously responding to the actual watch experts throughout the internet, about the history of the RD while hawking yet another version of it on the multi-hour 8/9 “Invicta 1600th Jubilee” gouge/rip-off/waste of time:
“Many times, as we bring out newer versions like this, you’ll hear Eyal refer to ‘our original Russian Diver, our original Russian Diver’ - (talking loudly for emphasis) meaning the 1959 version they built under contract ... (slowing his words for further emphasis) ... of the Russian design.”
Skelton turns to Turdling and says, “I was pretty clear that time.”
“Is that like typing in all caps?” asks Turdling.
“Kind of,” says Skelton. “So now you have the compete history, which has never been disputed - or changed - since the very first time we aired it…”
Gents, you’re both full of it. What does Skelton’s statement mean, “built under contract of the Russian design”? The statement doesn’t even make sense - or come to grips with a STONE FACT: Eyal Lalo and his grandmother never had a damn thing to do with anyone from the Soviet Union EVER commissioning or ordering watches from any version of the Invicta Watch Company. Skelton’s on-air BS is, again, an attempt to obfuscate, confuse, and, well, bullshit.
Bring it on Skelton, you buffoon. There isn’t a dweeb on earth that will take your side against the obvious Russian experts. Oh, well, maybe Mr. 50mm or whatever his fucking name is, but we’re talking thinking human beings, those cesspool dwellers that discern, reason, and research.