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Notice how the Doxa mods jump into the thread and attack not only me but Travis aka big love. I am of course banned from WUS due to my telling a Doxa mod to fuck off and kiss my ass in a PM after he used my name in a post after posting and commenting on a thread in regards to colors underwater. Something that is telling is the doxa mod making a claim that a video of their factory in the land of cheese would be released and posted at youtube. That was a lie. Post #42 is even funnier
January 17th, 2014
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Re: Irreantum Magellan vs Doxa 5000t
Originally Posted by koimaster View Post
I refer to a zombie brand brought back to life and you can go from there.
I hate to tell you scumbag doxa mod but Doxa was out of business between 1978-at least 1996 when the Jenny family bought the rights to the name. NO watches were made by doxa during that time frame. Now show my your fucking factories and now, show me the watches doxa made during those years or shut the fuck up. Doxa = Invicta plain and simple. I refer to the lies and revisionist history both of these companies spout. Reminds me of Nazi propaganda machines"Sir, you have been known for running an anti DOXA campaign for years now, for whatever agendas you have, and as you are entitled to express your opinion, please use some thoughtfulness when posting, and refrain from misleading the readers, unlike a lot of the Swiss brands, DOXA is one of the few, that continued to manufacture wrist and pocket watches without a day of interruption since 1889, so please don't confuse this with the presence or the lack of it in the US between 1986 and 1999, as DOXA was always a privately held company that did not belong to one of the major groups, but since 1995 being backed by the largest Swiss private label watch manufacturer owned by the Jenny family, a 5th generation Swiss watchmaker family.
The blunt term you used to describe DOXA may apply to many of the Swiss brands that were resurrected after going out of business and merged into a large group, but definitely not to DOXA."
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