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  • (Invicta watch) Invicta Watch Group is a Florida-based fashion watch company, trading on the name, but a distinct entity from the company founded in 1837 by Raphael Picard in La Chaux-de-fonds, Switzerland.

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I think the 3779 (Brown-strap) is my favorite but the 4468 (Silver-faced diver) is a close second. I really like the large divers, the Submariner kock-off 8928OB looks a bit small on my wrist and I'll be giving it away as soon as I get the 4465 sized.

Have two more large divers on the way, a 4619 gold with blue bezel and MOP dial, and the bling-tastic 4460 with 172 diamonds on the bezel and 348 on the dial. Hopefully those will keep the addiction at bay for a while...

(Also had an all-stainless 8926OB that I gave to my brother when the 4468 arrived)

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Got this one today, and it was scratched to death, so I buffed all the scratches out and polished it up nicely. Looks brand new. :)

Got these dominoes too. :D

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Took a long time for me to finally see Cheap Trick in concert.
Had hoped to see them long ago, something was always holding me up
When I was a teen, I didn't have time.
When I married young and didn't have kids, the Boss-Lady didn't like concerts.
When I had kids, I didn't have the money.
When the kids got big, I didn't have the time.
When I had the money and the time and the boss-lady would go, most of the ones I wanted to see had all died!

Six or seven years back, I wanted to see Cheap Trick, they were all still alive, they were coming to Ft Worth, Billy Bobs was a cheap place to see them, and I had the permission of the Boss-Lady.
I kidnapped Roger and we headed for Billy Bob's Texas.
When we got there, I located a tall table next to the railing and staked a spot. Didnt have chairs for these tables, but it was a place set a drink and it would kind of keep other folks from crowding you.

We had a bit of time before the show started and Roger left to stroll around for drinks while I guarded the table.

A few minutes later someone tapped me on the shoulder and when I turned around, there stood three large gentlemen in big black hats, old western style, long overcoats and ear mikes. Wide and tall. They looked serious. The one closest to me must have weighed 320 lbs.
Anything that big and mobile should have to have a license plate.

I smiled real friendly-like. "Yes, Sir?"

The big one asked "Are you with this Gentleman?" and took a snap step to one side and I could see Roger standing behind them. I think they practiced this move a million times.

"Yes Sir"?!?!?!?! Smiling, smmiiiillliing.

" We have been watching your friend and we are exiting him from the building. He said your driving."

Yes, Sir! Still smiling, glad to finally know a correct answer.

" That means you'll need to leave too." Sounded real guttural and precise. Lots of practice.

Now, these three folks live to hear idiots repeat, "I AINT GOING NOWHERE!!!" and since I didn't need to be the recipient of the "bums rush" I told the three nice gentleman and Roger that meant we were on the road.

It has been a long time, but Roger and I finally got to see Cheap Trick, the Boss-lady was working, and the only thing that held me up this time was the traffic headed out of Dallas and back to Denton.

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The Goodwood Revival Meeting is held at Goodwood Road Racing Circuit in Sussex, England. The site was used as a WW2 airfield.

The annual Meeting is to celebrate when the circuit was originally open, from 1948-66. So the racing is limited to vehicles from that era, and spectators are encouraged to dress up in costumes from that period too.

So you can see racing cars from 1950 with spectators wearing rocker garb, and cars from the '60s and girls in mini skirts.

It is meant to be about cars and motor racing. But really it's about costumes and dressing up.

Louise has never been well enough to go, Colin's been going for years. This time, he took photos so Louise could see what it's all about.

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As everyone knows, London is a fxxking expensive place to live, especially to a poor illustrator like me ( I got my wallet and mobile stolen in brick lane a week ago which makes me even poorer). Still, if you don't ask too much, you could get this beautiful watch set for only 5 pounds. So I got this new wallet and new watch( to replace my broken old watch)~ this is amazing XD . oh the stall near the Tottenham Court Road tube station if anyone is interested

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Dr Peter Smeeth has been named as a finalist in the prestigious Sulman Prize, with the winner to be announced just days before he turns 62

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2. I love WaWa Chicken Salad sandwich. Order it on white bread, salt, pepper, oregano, with pepper jack cheese, and bacon. Perfection.

3. I own a chinchilla named Cherry. Alliteration was unintentional. Ariana named her.

4. I have 2 younger sisters, one's 20 and is a third year at VTech, the other is 11 and is about to go into the 6th grade. I'm more and more proud of them each day.

5. I'm a computer geek. I bought a computer that's a year old and I've been modding it up slowly. Currently I have:
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6. I grew up reading a lot of books, especially encyclopedia like fact books. I will randomly blurt out random information because of all that reading.

7. I would like to make photography a career.

8. I can't watch horror movies anymore. The last one I've seen is the grudge. I laughed the whole time I was watching it, but after that I went to sleep by myself in my room and it was so dark, and so quiet. I started praying.

9. I enjoy a good song. I'm a very eclectic listener, but I'm always immediately drawn to an acoustic guitar with a male vocal, or blues. John Mayer ftw!

10. I'm a super googler. I use too many of google's services.

11. I'm an avid soccer fan. Currently favorite club teams are Chelsea and Barcelona. Favorite international team is Spain.

12. I repeat stories to the same people over and over and I never remember that I told them that story already. Funny thing is, this is one of my pet peeves when people repeat a story to me I've heard already.

13. I'm trying to get into more sports overall. I should watch espn more often.

14. I love, love, love a good movie. is too wrong sometimes. I like indie films, big hollywood films, etc etc. I'm starting to understand more and more of the subtleties of cinematography. It helps me appreciate movies as an art form too.

15. I judge people on youtube.

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18. I complete people's sentences for them when they're at a loss of words. I don't know if i'm coming of pretentious, or elitist. But when people are sitting there fumbling for the right word and i know what they're looking for i feel obligated to help them out.

19. I tend to sit idly by until asked to do something. Looking back on my life, I don't think I've ever achieved something because it's something I wanted. This is one of the things I have been work on in 2009.

20. I love socializing, but it gets draining and i need peace and quiet to recharge. I think that's why I love the computer so much. I can still interact with people, but from a safe, germ free distance.

21. I'm always repeating myself, telling the same story over and over again. Ironically, I hate it when people do the same to me.

22. I used to wear whitey tighties until I was in high school. I kinda miss them.

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25. I say the same stuff over and over again and I alway forget I did. it's funny how much it annoys me when others do it.

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