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post #136 of 208
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The speed which responses are being added to is indeed reminiscent of Kalra-Gate. Sorry ernest.  Perhaps due to the better command of the language, Kalra was much more entertaining. Just my O. JJF
So why are not yourself entertaining as you speak good English?
post #137 of 208
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ernest, do you honestly think it costs more to make a Calatrava than say, a Sea Dweller?  And if it does, do you think that accounts for the $7000 difference in price between the two watches?
Do you think it cost more to make a SD than a Seiko ? And if it does, is the difference of $4000 or 35 times more?
post #138 of 208
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ernest, do you honestly think it costs more to make a Calatrava than say, a Sea Dweller?  And if it does, do you think that accounts for the $7000 difference in price between the two watches?
Sea Dweller is for diving. Do you dive ? I do not, so I do not need it. Patek is for being dressy. I sometimes need to be dressy. So I need a PAtek.
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(FIHTies @ 18 Nov. 2004, 02:07) The speed which responses are being added to is indeed reminiscent of Kalra-Gate. Sorry ernest.  Perhaps due to the better command of the language, Kalra was much more entertaining. Just my O. JJF
So why are not yourself entertaining as you speak good English?
Allright... I think its time to bring out my ernest in his boiler (he made a typo and meant Bowler, that was what came to mind) hat picture... I still have that...
post #140 of 208
Back by Popular demand...( I pulled it last time so I PMed you with it.) Enjoy... JJF
post #141 of 208
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Lets go back to the subject... I have found links which would match well with my Patek : Your opinion?
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Wow, this has to be a new record. Over 70 replies for me to read between leaving work and getting home, on one thread. GG, I don't know why you insist on finding redeeming value or having a conversation with some kind of conclusion. You're really missing the point of Ernest.
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GG, I don't know why you insist on finding redeeming value or having a conversation with some kind of conclusion. You're really missing the point of Ernest.
I blame it on a lack of coffee and cigarettes. It always brings out the worst in me.
post #144 of 208
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GG, I don't know why you insist on finding redeeming value or having a conversation with some kind of conclusion. You're really missing the point of Ernest.
What does it mean? Is GG the guy who manage at least to post 80 messages with 50% of them talking about me?
post #145 of 208
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(j @ 17 Nov. 2004, 8:34) GG, I don't know why you insist on finding redeeming value or having a conversation with some kind of conclusion. You're really missing the point of Ernest.
I blame it on a lack of coffee and cigarettes. It always brings out the worst in me.
Drugs are what make you alive, poor boy....
post #146 of 208
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You know what? I post the same picture on a french forum talking about watches and had no answer... Nice to see you like my watch.
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117,18 Nov. 2004, 02:14
ernest, do you honestly think it costs more to make a Calatrava than say, a Sea Dweller? And if it does, do you think that accounts for the $7000 difference in price between the two watches?
Do you think it cost more to make a SD than a Seiko ? And if it does, is the difference of $4000 or 35 times more?
Actually it does cost more to make a mechanical Sea Dweller than a quartz Rolex, which I am assuming is what you are discussing. The Grand Seiko Spring Drive is about the same price as the Sea Dweller FWIW. BTW, I never said that a Rolex, or any high end watch, was a good value.
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(drizzt3117 @ 18 Nov. 2004, 02:14) ernest, do you honestly think it costs more to make a Calatrava than say, a Sea Dweller? And if it does, do you think that accounts for the $7000 difference in price between the two watches?
Sea Dweller is for diving. Do you dive ? I do not, so I do not need it. Patek is for being dressy. I sometimes need to be dressy. So I need a PAtek.
Actually I do dive, and drive as well, so driving sport watches are good for me. Suits are for working, since you aren't doing that, you don't need any.
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Drugs are what make you alive, poor boy....
Êtes-vous dans l'amour avec moi? Vous continuez à me discuter.
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(ernest @ 17 Nov. 2004, 5:22)
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117,18 Nov. 2004, 02:14
ernest, do you honestly think it costs more to make a Calatrava than say, a Sea Dweller?  And if it does, do you think that accounts for the $7000 difference in price between the two watches?
Sea Dweller is for diving. Do you dive ? I do not, so I do not need it. Patek is for being dressy. I sometimes need to be dressy. So I need a PAtek.
Actually I do dive, and drive as well, so driving sport watches are good for me.  Suits are for working, since you aren't doing that, you don't need any.
Since are for working? Funny thing... You drive in which team?
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