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  1. As much as I like Steinhart, I would go for either of the Seiko's.
  2. It has certainly provoked a response of kinds.
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    World Cup Thread.

    I can't wait for the rugby season to start. I won't say anything about it being a proper game. Yeah....What happened to the video ref. Video ref my ar5e.
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    IWC to challenge Rolex ?

    I'm the same, the only Rolex I like is the Sea-Dweller DeepSea D-Blue. I can't afford one and I would still buy many other watches instead. I do like the look of IWC watches over Rolex but like you said they are overpriced, and, again I would rather buy several other watches with that sort of money should it ever fall in to my lap.
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    IWC to challenge Rolex ?

    We all know what happened to the Titanic. Sorry I'm not a lover of Rolex.
  6. How dare you. That used to be my favourite programme many years ago. lol. The Casio G-Shock Men's Watch DW-5600BBN-1ER. This is on my hit list at some point. It's still about 60 quid on Amazon. I managed to get the top one last week from Argos as they have gone back up on Amazon. Can't grumble for 15 quid.
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    Photoshop practice pictures

    Hi tmb. Out of this group, I think the top and bottom ones are the best, I think the top one could be made in to a larger picture, very simplistic but very effective. However I also like the lume on the middle right one, again very effective with the black back ground.
  8. You have pretty much said what I was going to post, thank you for that. I believe you are correct. Again without wanting to get into the depths of a discussion IMO JonnyOldBoy is correct in what he has previously said about titanium it is not scratch proof, it actually can be prone to scratching depending on the application. What the alchemists do with it, I don't exactly know. I do know that mixing it with gold (soft metal itself) can make it harder. I don't quite understand how it works but hey ho.
  9. This is the one I would have chosen.
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    Cheers for that WRENCH. I've never seen one of those before. I didn't know I had the last one, it was attached to my shin and I rubbed it thinking it was a speck of dirt and mashed it in to my shin which became infected. I will definitely get on of those. Thanks.
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    Nice scenery WRENCH. Those bloody tic's are a damned nuisance. I've not had one this year, but the last two years running I've somehow managed to pick two up whilst out cycling resulting in a visit to A&E as both went manky within 24 hours. You need to watch out for them.
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    Car Parking

    Hi Bond. Sitting outside my mates place earlier this evening. The chap who owns the land drove past in his light blue Aston Martin DB4. A very good example. Regards, Paul. p.s. Do you know if that was an original colour.
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    Practice pictures

    Both look really good. I prefer the negative pink one out of the two. Keep up the good work. Hi tmb. Do you mind if I ask what camera you are using. Regards, Paul. Apologies. I should have gone through the whole post before asking questions. I have seen an earlier post with answer to the last question I have just asked. Paul.
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    TMB's Quiz.

    Sorry tmb. I'm called Paul but unfortunately your joke was wasted on me. I don't know why I could never get into it. I have tried to watch several times over the years and all of my family and friends like it and rave on about it, I just struggle with it. If it's any consolation, I do not struggle with it half as much as with Rab.C.Nesbitt.
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    TMB's Quiz.

    It's just as well my names not Rodney.

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