Yet Another Charity Auction

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Yet Another Charity Auction

Post by bbattle » December 5th 2021, 3:44pm

I am auctioning my Seiko Prospex SRPA21 PADI dive watch. All proceeds to go to St. Jude's Childrens Hospital. I bought this watch from somebody that never wore it and I think I wore it once to see how it fit. No scratches, dents, rust, etc. Comes with the box, the outer box, all paperwork including warranty card. I've got a silicone strap from Barton still in its unopened package to go with it.

To try and keep up with Jason_recliner's deluxe watch package, I will be including a number of surprise items.

Bid early and bid often. It's for a great cause and it's for a great watch.
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Re: Yet Another Charity Auction

Post by jason_recliner » December 6th 2021, 7:39pm

conjurer wrote:
December 6th 2021, 7:27pm
A fine charity, and a great watch. One of you stupid bastards should jump on this deal forthwith.
Yes, it is a fine watch. And it's an even finer charity. But you know what's not fine? Interjecting in a wonderful charity auction and not bidding, for literally no other reason than to stroke your over-inflated self-serving ego. And also to increase your oh-so-important post count.

So you think it's fine to besmirch the name of common folk who have done nothing wrong other than indulge in the occasional purchase of a fake watch? Well now you're besmirching this amazing charity, and literally defecating on the faces of the children it purports to help. And from a great height, no less. And literally rubbing your hairly, smelly taint into their collective, prominent foreheads.

So if you're going to post in a charity watch auction thread, it had better be to post a bid, a gift to charity, a donation to save a child from scum like yourself. Otherwise, save your post and drop dead.

Att: Lords. A great watch, a great charity, a great member. Bid so that we may save a young soul this Christmas.
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Re: Yet Another Charity Auction

Post by conjurer » December 6th 2021, 8:39pm

jason_recliner wrote:
December 6th 2021, 7:39pm
conjurer wrote:
December 6th 2021, 7:27pm
A fine charity, and a great watch. One of you stupid bastards should jump on this deal forthwith.
Yes, it is a fine watch. And it's an even finer charity. But you know what's not fine? Interjecting in a wonderful charity auction and not bidding, for literally no other reason than to stroke your over-inflated self-serving ego. And also to increase your oh-so-important post count.

So you think it's fine to besmirch the name of common folk who have done nothing wrong other than indulge in the occasional purchase of a fake watch? Well now you're besmirching this amazing charity, and literally defecating on the faces of the children it purports to help. And from a great height, no less. And literally rubbing your hairly, smelly taint into their collective, prominent foreheads.

So if you're going to post in a charity watch auction thread, it had better be to post a bid, a gift to charity, a donation to save a child from scum like yourself. Otherwise, save your post and drop dead.

Att: Lords. A great watch, a great charity, a great member. Bid so that we may save a young soul this Christmas.
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Post by DoctorIvey » December 6th 2021, 10:16pm

Yeah, well, that’s just, you know, like your opinion man.
St. Jude, the patron saint of lost causes, was chosen as the namesake of the charity of Danny Thomas, the amazingly talented and hard working Lebanese immigrant. Men of a certain age may remember this talented man from such tv programs as Make Room for Daddy, and his daughter Marlowe from That Girl. St, Jude does amazing work and I (and to a much greater extent my wife) have supported it for a long time. I am also a supporter of The Jimmy Fund at the Dana Farber cancer institute in Boston. Both my parents were treated there by amazing caregivers for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and lung cancer. The Jimmy fund is the childhood wing of Dana-Farber. Children there, and at Saint Jude are absolutely amazing. IMO there is no better way to spend your discretionary income.
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Post by jason_recliner » December 6th 2021, 10:52pm

conjurer wrote:
December 6th 2021, 8:39pm
jason_recliner wrote:
December 6th 2021, 7:39pm
conjurer wrote:
December 6th 2021, 7:27pm
A fine charity, and a great watch. One of you stupid bastards should jump on this deal forthwith.
Yes, it is a fine watch. And it's an even finer charity. But you know what's not fine? Interjecting in a wonderful charity auction and not bidding, for literally no other reason than to stroke your over-inflated self-serving ego. And also to increase your oh-so-important post count.

So you think it's fine to besmirch the name of common folk who have done nothing wrong other than indulge in the occasional purchase of a fake watch? Well now you're besmirching this amazing charity, and literally defecating on the faces of the children it purports to help. And from a great height, no less. And literally rubbing your hairly, smelly taint into their collective, prominent foreheads.

So if you're going to post in a charity watch auction thread, it had better be to post a bid, a gift to charity, a donation to save a child from scum like yourself. Otherwise, save your post and drop dead.

Att: Lords. A great watch, a great charity, a great member. Bid so that we may save a young soul this Christmas.
It was, like, a bump, man.
Really? Are you trying to hurt these kids? Do you want to fart your acrid, fetid expulsions down their tender, emaciated throats? Because that's what you're doing.

Go back to commenting on infinitesimally pointless changes to Rolexes.

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Re: Yet Another Charity Auction

Post by conjurer » December 6th 2021, 11:19pm

jason_recliner wrote:
December 6th 2021, 10:52pm
conjurer wrote:
December 6th 2021, 8:39pm
jason_recliner wrote:
December 6th 2021, 7:39pm
conjurer wrote:
December 6th 2021, 7:27pm
A fine charity, and a great watch. One of you stupid bastards should jump on this deal forthwith.
Yes, it is a fine watch. And it's an even finer charity. But you know what's not fine? Interjecting in a wonderful charity auction and not bidding, for literally no other reason than to stroke your over-inflated self-serving ego. And also to increase your oh-so-important post count.

So you think it's fine to besmirch the name of common folk who have done nothing wrong other than indulge in the occasional purchase of a fake watch? Well now you're besmirching this amazing charity, and literally defecating on the faces of the children it purports to help. And from a great height, no less. And literally rubbing your hairly, smelly taint into their collective, prominent foreheads.

So if you're going to post in a charity watch auction thread, it had better be to post a bid, a gift to charity, a donation to save a child from scum like yourself. Otherwise, save your post and drop dead.

Att: Lords. A great watch, a great charity, a great member. Bid so that we may save a young soul this Christmas.
It was, like, a bump, man.
Really? Are you trying to hurt these kids? Do you want to fart your acrid, fetid expulsions down their tender, emaciated throats? Because that's what you're doing.

Go back to commenting on infinitesimally pointless changes to Rolexes.

US$275.
Jeebus! That's, like, $2.5 million Australian!!
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Re: Yet Another Charity Auction

Post by conjurer » December 6th 2021, 11:33pm

DoctorIvey wrote:
December 6th 2021, 10:16pm
Yeah, well, that’s just, you know, like your opinion man.
St. Jude, the patron saint of lost causes, was chosen as the namesake of the charity of Danny Thomas, the amazingly talented and hard working Lebanese immigrant. Men of a certain age may remember this talented man from such tv programs as Make Room for Daddy, and his daughter Marlowe from That Girl. St, Jude does amazing work and I (and to a much greater extent my wife) have supported it for a long time. I am also a supporter of The Jimmy Fund at the Dana Farber cancer institute in Boston. Both my parents were treated there by amazing caregivers for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and lung cancer. The Jimmy fund is the childhood wing of Dana-Farber. Children there, and at Saint Jude are absolutely amazing. IMO there is no better way to spend your discretionary income.
Quite so. Interestingly, I've hosted more than a few auctions for St. Jude's over the years, switching over to the also-fine charity of the Shriners Hospitals for Children.

I bid $300 for the watch; it's worth every penny of that, and, more importantly, there are some little kids in the hospital right now, worried that Santa will forget about them and pass them by, because they're not at home. They're in pain and frightened, and their parents are pulling their hair out with terror that their kids won't make it to Christmas. Imagine that, a little kid, in a hospital bed, facing fucking death--and they're worried that Santa will forget about them.

Well, that's where the Watchlords come in, because we haven't forgotten about them. We're there, ready to help out the best way we can. Kudos to Mr. Battle and his donation. Kudos to all who bid. We're the motherfucking Watchlords, we're where the elite meet to beat their meat. And when the bugle blows, we're the first into the breech to help out. No other fucking watch forum does that.
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Post by jason_recliner » December 6th 2021, 11:38pm

conjurer wrote:
December 6th 2021, 11:33pm
DoctorIvey wrote:
December 6th 2021, 10:16pm
Yeah, well, that’s just, you know, like your opinion man.
St. Jude, the patron saint of lost causes, was chosen as the namesake of the charity of Danny Thomas, the amazingly talented and hard working Lebanese immigrant. Men of a certain age may remember this talented man from such tv programs as Make Room for Daddy, and his daughter Marlowe from That Girl. St, Jude does amazing work and I (and to a much greater extent my wife) have supported it for a long time. I am also a supporter of The Jimmy Fund at the Dana Farber cancer institute in Boston. Both my parents were treated there by amazing caregivers for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and lung cancer. The Jimmy fund is the childhood wing of Dana-Farber. Children there, and at Saint Jude are absolutely amazing. IMO there is no better way to spend your discretionary income.
Quite so. Interestingly, I've hosted more than a few auctions for St. Jude's over the years, switching over to the also-fine charity of the Shriners Hospitals for Children.

I bid $300 for the watch; it's worth every penny of that, and, more importantly, there are some little kids in the hospital right now, worried that Santa will forget about them and pass them by, because they're not at home. They're in pain and frightened, and their parents are pulling their hair out with terror that their kids won't make it to Christmas. Imagine that, a little kid, in a hospital bed, facing fucking death--and they're worried that Santa will forget about them.

Well, that's where the Watchlords come in, because we haven't forgotten about them. We're there, ready to help out the best way we can. Kudos to Mr. Battle and his donation. Kudos to all who bid. We're the motherfucking Watchlords, we're where the elite meet to beat their meat. And when the bugle blows, we're the first into the breech to help out. No other fucking watch forum does that.
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Re: Yet Another Charity Auction

Post by jason_recliner » December 9th 2021, 4:55pm

bbattle wrote:
December 9th 2021, 6:09am
Racer-X wrote:
December 5th 2021, 3:49pm
Per Mr. Battle, ends 12/12/21 at 6pm EST.

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Clock is ticking. I've added to the prize package a Southern delicacy; boiled peanuts in a can.

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Boiled Peanuts in a Can? Jesus Christ, I thought Vegemite was a rubbish bonus gift.
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Post by Mark1 » December 9th 2021, 8:36pm

I used to buy boiled peanuts from a guy that boiled them at a roadside stand in Florida. Good stuff when they are prepared correctly.
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Post by koimaster » December 10th 2021, 9:56am

Mark1 wrote:
December 9th 2021, 8:36pm
I used to buy boiled peanuts from a guy that boiled them at a roadside stand in Florida. Good stuff when they are prepared correctly.
So you are the guys who buy fried twinkies and bananas on the boardwalks of America. :dssd:
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Post by 3Flushes » December 10th 2021, 11:10pm

koimaster wrote:
December 10th 2021, 9:56am
Mark1 wrote:
December 9th 2021, 8:36pm
I used to buy boiled peanuts from a guy that boiled them at a roadside stand in Florida. Good stuff when they are prepared correctly.
So you are the guys who buy fried twinkies and bananas on the boardwalks of America. :dssd:
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Post by gerdson » December 15th 2021, 9:52am

smellody wrote:
December 9th 2021, 5:59pm
bbattle wrote:
December 9th 2021, 5:41pm
Don't knock'em before you try them. They are awesome!

Don't eat the shells.
Agree. They are a delicacy!
What, the shells? **(@

As per the auction - all hail Conjurer, and congratulations. And thanks a lot to bbattle for donating the wartch and the delicious goodies. The NASA glass in fact is really nice.
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