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Posts by rnguy001

Someone talk me out of the Meridian Jacket.. I need another jacket like I need another pinky toe. But it's calling out to me..
I can understand the strong feelings about a watch, but I never understand the snap judgement/writing someone off because of what they choose to wear/don't wear, own/don't own. It's just personal style.
I'd never buy one but I'd still want to hold one in the metal. Mostly because I've never seen one.
@Belligero - Save your money for diapers, as they're more useful than any number of adorable/cute onesies and baby clothes that your baby will grow out of sooner than you know. But you'll be thankful for a plethora of diapers on hand. while it's a spectacularly fun and emotional journey, it's also completely normal to be tired all the time. That being said, I completely agree with you in that it doesn't necessarily need to be overly HARD either. Congrats again!
I like the grey and blue combination, but it's a YM so in the end... nope. Would love seeing the grey/blue combo on the Sub/SD models.
I have the white ones and they're pretty nice. I find a lot of their T shirt offerings are too billowy and lose shape fairly quickly. Perhaps it's due to the nature of the fabrics (pigment dyed,slub, etc..), which are very soft and comfortable but just too drapey IMO.However the all white cotton and all black cotton classic t shirts fit and hold shape extremely well.
amazeballs, dude. Keep on Keepin' on!
I've yet to see any BLNR around me/in the AD's, on civilians, etc. Quite a few 5001's always on display in my ADs though. I never thought my watch was or would be rare TBH. Though I've never seen anyone else around these parts have one on either..
^ Yowza, both great watches though being completely different. Flip a coin? The BLNR is surely a favorite among watch guys, even more so with Rolex purists so it must be doing many things right. Personally I prefer the IWC, as the polished links on the oyster bracelet are a bit of a pet peeve, but again both solid choices.
ie, NOT Panerai.. (save a few of their simpler Rads). Don't get me wrong I'm a huge fan, but most people who buy PAMs understand that they're not understated timepieces.
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