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Post by conjurer » December 29th 2012, 9:49pm

johnywatchman wrote:Lime works well for equine urine - horse piss ! Put it down, then some dirt, then the straw. Horses love that .

Do you boys like the taste of Deer meat ?


Jesus Christ! We're talking about putting a .40 caliber hardball into this boy's skull, and he's asking if we like deer meat! Maybe we should keep this fellow around for awhile. He's got some goddamn balls on him, and balls is what counts.
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Post by johnywatchman » December 29th 2012, 9:55pm

Problem is most people dont cook it properly. It needs to be rare or med rare at most.

Clean the cavity of the deer as quickly as possible - cool down the corpse .

Shanks are good too. Cut em clean of with a dremel .



You fellas like banjo music ?



Maybe a Seiko Monster would be fine ?
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Post by elau » December 30th 2012, 7:04am

I figured he is another Michael Davis the felon worshipper when he first came. When are those assholes from Watch Geek ever going to learn they are buying junk? They are so willing to take it up their asses it's funny then they come here to make fun of us. They don't realize we always have the last laugh.

Go back to the Geek land let Mongo pound your ass some more you half wit.
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Post by plaverty » December 30th 2012, 9:58am

johnywatchman wrote:Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year ! Best of health and happiness in 2013.

I'm looking for a very large and heavy watch. Trying to keep it under 700$. I like the all black look. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I've looked at Invicta ( I read some negative issues already) , Boschett and Deep Blue.

Regards,

John


OK John, you're in luck, you've stumbled upon the global fansite for Invicta (aka IWG) here at Watchlords! You need worry not about any derogatory comments from members at this site regarding your predeliction for the wonders from IWG.

Below is my recommendation:

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I would be glad to provide more images of the 0741, including the Seiko NE78a movement. These can be had with patience new or used for less than US$200 on eb. Mine pictured here arrived Friday, and I have not had this one off except to shower (and photograph this morning) since it arrived.

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Post by johnywatchman » December 30th 2012, 10:05am

Fuck you elau !

I came here for advice - and a few fellas were being quite funny. Then some rude bullshit started.

Fatman was funny. You and codman started being asses !

If anyone can still put forth some quality advice on watches and straps - I welcome it!

If you want to be jerks and talk bullshit towards me - fuck you !

Thanks.

elau- you are facinated with mongo. Perhaps you fantasize about him ? Start slow , try Ron Jeremy first .
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Post by johnywatchman » December 30th 2012, 10:07am

plaverty wrote:
johnywatchman wrote:Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year ! Best of health and happiness in 2013.

I'm looking for a very large and heavy watch. Trying to keep it under 700$. I like the all black look. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I've looked at Invicta ( I read some negative issues already) , Boschett and Deep Blue.

Regards,

John


OK John, you're in luck, you've stumbled upon the global fansite for Invicta (aka IWG) here at Watchlords! You need worry not about any derogatory comments from members at this site regarding your predeliction for the wonders from IWG.

Below is my recommendation:

Image

I would be glad to provide more images of the 0741, including the Seiko NE78a movement. These can be had with patience new or used for less than US$200 on eb. Mine pictured here arrived Friday, and I have not had this one off except to shower (and photograph this morning) since it arrived.

Comments?

Paul




Thanks Paul . The seiko you mention - do you know the dimensions ?
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Post by Falstaff » December 30th 2012, 10:11am

plaverty wrote:
johnywatchman wrote:Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year ! Best of health and happiness in 2013.

I'm looking for a very large and heavy watch. Trying to keep it under 700$. I like the all black look. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I've looked at Invicta ( I read some negative issues already) , Boschett and Deep Blue.

Regards,

John


OK John, you're in luck, you've stumbled upon the global fansite for Invicta (aka IWG) here at Watchlords! You need worry not about any derogatory comments from members at this site regarding your predeliction for the wonders from IWG.

Below is my recommendation:

Image

I would be glad to provide more images of the 0741, including the Seiko NE78a movement. These can be had with patience new or used for less than US$200 on eb. Mine pictured here arrived Friday, and I have not had this one off except to shower (and photograph this morning) since it arrived.

Comments?

Paul




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Post by plaverty » December 30th 2012, 10:22am

johnywatchman

47-mm diameter less crown, 17-mm thick

Paul

Watch Information:

Brand, Seller, or Collection NameInvicta
Model number0741
Part Number0741
Item ShapeRound
Dial window material typeFlame Fusion
Display TypeAnalog
ClaspDeployment clasp with push-button
Case materialStainless steel
Case diameter47 millimeters
Case Thickness17 millimeters
Band MaterialStainless steel
Band lengthMen's Standard
Band width24 millimeters
Band ColorSilver
Dial colorBlack
Bezel materialStainless steel
Bezel functionUnidirectional
CalendarDate
Special featuresWater Resistant
Item weight16 Ounces
MovementJapanese automatic
Water resistant depth330 Feet
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Post by plaverty » December 30th 2012, 10:41am

Falstaff

Stellar advice; but remember to buy at least 3 of them so that you are assured of getting one with the hands still attached.


Falstaff, do you know where or by whom the Invicta 0741 chronographs are manufactured? Do you have any experience with these chronographs? Are you simply an idiot repeating the mantra of other idiots, or do you have something to share? I have not taken the time to check your contributions to this site; however, you have provided no incentive to do so with what you shared. Best regards, Paul.
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Post by plaverty » December 30th 2012, 11:33am

bigedsurf wrote:WTF????..................14 fucking posts and this geek has all the answers. Best you should do your fucking homework geekboy....Oh yes, and then GTFO


Common mis-perception that you learn anything talking . . .


BOP, another example of a Seiko 6138 suggestion:

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Post by Horse Feathers » December 30th 2012, 11:39am

plaverty wrote:
bigedsurf wrote:WTF????..................14 fucking posts and this geek has all the answers. Best you should do your fucking homework geekboy....Oh yes, and then GTFO


Common mis-perception that you learn anything talking . . .

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Post by conjurer » December 30th 2012, 11:42am

Could somebody please let me know what the fuck is going on here?? It's like walking into the local Safeway to do some grocery shopping and finding a bunch of ghey midgets cornholing each other in the produce department.
I find tv watches to be like the guys who raise their truck you need a fricken ladder to get in. It’s a attempt to look cool... that’s all.

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Post by foghorn » December 30th 2012, 11:51am

Anyhow..............If you want an Eco-zilla on any bracelet other than the one it comes on you're shit out of luck. Bracelet changes are not an option unless you somehow get the OEM bracelet plated on your own.

Strap versions can have multiple variations with the addition of specially designed adaptors available from an outside source.



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