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Post by ChuckO » April 14th 2020, 12:38pm

I signed up for this forum before I new anything about watches. I was a little intimidated to post much. The last few years I've been on WUS buying, selling, and learning.
Now I'm getting to the point that I can't stand all of the stupid threads over there. Like: "what animal does your watch resemble?" and "I left my watch in a glass of water overnight and it doesn't work anymore".
I think understand what this place is all about and I plan to become a contributor. Rant over!
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Post by koimaster » April 14th 2020, 1:04pm

Well now, there are several of us who are from Oregon and some from that state up north where husky's whine about football.





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Post by biglove » April 14th 2020, 1:09pm

Hidey-Ho!

Are you also a learned fan of bowel function?
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Post by smellody » April 14th 2020, 1:13pm

"what animal does your watch resemble?"
Lion

"I left my watch in a glass of water overnight and it doesn't work anymore".

Heat it up with a propane torch to get the water out. Preferably, remove the case back first.

If you heat up the movements lubricant, you can replace it with vaseline.

Fill the case back up with vaseline for water protection and lubrication.
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Post by Thunder1 » April 14th 2020, 4:36pm

Welcome back to the asylum..you will be assimilated..resistance is futile..
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