nimbleboy wrote:If you are a big enough fan of one or two of these teams, I can't imagine you're inclined to buy more than a couple of watches. (What are you going to do with 30 watches of teams you hate?)
But... if you're a big enough fan of Invicta...?
Tell me about it. As I watched "chef" Daniel Green with Invicta Lyin' present their debut of the lines at the NFL Hall Of Fame (I'm not kidding), phone callers with monotone, droning voices called in, recounting their "80 Invictas" or their 50-slot dive cases on wheels. There was no joy or pride in their voices; they could barely construct sentences, let alone figure out why they do what they do. My theory: Since the man on the TV told them to order these things, they did, and what's left of their otherwise humdrum lives is summed up by their credit card statements. It's not for us to know - we could never figure out this utter madness in the first place. In all facets of life, TV makes people make some remarkably regrettable choices, every day, and in every way.