Anonimo Nautilo NATO review

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Anonimo Nautilo NATO review

Post by koimaster » July 13th 2017, 12:17pm

Looking through my office window, I absorb the spectacle in front of me. My garden smiles in the summer sun with plants and flowers flirtatiously exhibiting their colourful blooms and green foliage. It is with a sense of happiness that my eyes squint in the summer sun and I absorb vitamin D in preparation for yet another harsh winter.

Long after the sun has disappeared and rainy days return to my native Lancashire, I will continue to look for reminders of warmer and happier times.

The Anonimo Nautilo NATO is presented in a yellow and black, bumble bee, colour scheme, immediately enlivening my soul with its cheerful tones. It brims with optimism, courtesy of the generous smatterings of yellow on its dial, bezel and strap. However, beyond its eye-catching combination of colours, I wanted to ascertain the virtues of this timepiece.

http://www.escapementmagazine.com/artic ... nato.html/
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1946-2006

“Your heart was warm and happy

With the lilt of Irish laughter

Every day and in every way

Now forever and ever after."
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Post by conjurer » July 13th 2017, 12:41pm

Looking through my office window, I absorb the spectacle in front of me. My garden smiles in the summer sun with plants and flowers flirtatiously exhibiting their colourful blooms and green foliage. It is with a sense of happiness that my eyes squint in the summer sun and I absorb vitamin D in preparation for yet another harsh winter.

This is pretty poetic for a fucking Scotsman.

BTW, I thought this brand was as dead as Mort??
My little brain can't even comprehend how deep that is.

--beefsupreme, commenting on his super rare Deep Blue wartche

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Post by tiktok » July 13th 2017, 1:01pm

there's a new Anonimo with no ties to the legacy, very disappointing given its past. Sort of like Union is to what Union Glashutte was.
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Post by Tzimisces » July 13th 2017, 6:51pm

conjurer wrote:Looking through my office window, I absorb the spectacle in front of me. My garden smiles in the summer sun with plants and flowers flirtatiously exhibiting their colourful blooms and green foliage. It is with a sense of happiness that my eyes squint in the summer sun and I absorb vitamin D in preparation for yet another harsh winter.

This is pretty poetic for a fucking Scotsman.

BTW, I thought this brand was as dead as Mort??

For shame! Have you not heard of Ewen McTeagle?


Owe gie to me a shillin for some fags
And I’ll pay yer back on Thursday.
But if you can wait till Saturday
I’m expecting a divvy from the
Harpenden Building Society.



‘To Ma Own Beloved Mary.
A poem on her 17th birthday.’

Lend us a couple of bob till Thursday,
I’m absolutely skint
But I’m expecting a postal order
And I can pay you back
As soon as it comes.



Apologies to Monty Python
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Post by conjurer » July 13th 2017, 7:43pm

Tzimisces wrote:
conjurer wrote:Looking through my office window, I absorb the spectacle in front of me. My garden smiles in the summer sun with plants and flowers flirtatiously exhibiting their colourful blooms and green foliage. It is with a sense of happiness that my eyes squint in the summer sun and I absorb vitamin D in preparation for yet another harsh winter.

This is pretty poetic for a fucking Scotsman.

BTW, I thought this brand was as dead as Mort??

For shame! Have you not heard of Ewen McTeagle?


Owe gie to me a shillin for some fags
And I’ll pay yer back on Thursday.
But if you can wait till Saturday
I’m expecting a divvy from the
Harpenden Building Society.



‘To Ma Own Beloved Mary.
A poem on her 17th birthday.’

Lend us a couple of bob till Thursday,
I’m absolutely skint
But I’m expecting a postal order
And I can pay you back
As soon as it comes.



Apologies to Monty Python


To say nothing of his premier opus, What's Fifty Quid To the Bloody Midland Bank?
My little brain can't even comprehend how deep that is.

--beefsupreme, commenting on his super rare Deep Blue wartche

**(@
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