Ah yes, the Domino's Pizza Air-King. Imagine busting ass for years as a manager to reach pizza-slingin' sales targets, finally getting that sweet, sweet Rolex you've been putting in the extra hours for... ... and then realizing that the dial is half-occupied by the logo of a company at one of whose locations you spend two-thirds of your waking life, softly whispering "we own you" every time you or anyone else looks at the watch. I don't know whether Domino's was actually so naïve as to think that its omnipresence could be perceived only in positive and affectionate terms by the watch's overworked recipients, or whether they were just being deliberately misanthropic, but either interpretation makes it a bit of an awesome watch. It's the token of appreciation that Ike would have given to Tina. Rolex has mercifully stopped accepting commissions to place company logos on its dials for employee-reward-type watches, so now Domino's simply has their branding (the word has rarely seemed more appropriate) riveted to the bracelet instead: The best part? You're not allowed to wear it while you're at work. Brilliant!