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Old 01-21-2013, 10:00 PM   #189241
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never said i was broke

i just chose to buy a much more affordable laptop than what was suggested afterwards
without knowing the difference monitor color would be such a big deal
but i resolved that with a $6 cable purchased online

with the price difference, i can buy myself a new watch ... and treat some friends to dinner... and still have money left over
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lol. I wasnt talking about any incident in paticular. I'm just busting your balls.
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Old 01-21-2013, 10:02 PM   #189242
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lol i would have taken it from the forclosed home. bank will replace it.

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sound like most ghettos. most of the people are alright but those few rotten apples ruin it for the area. mind you they are really rotten and sometimes there not that few.

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Old 01-21-2013, 10:03 PM   #189243
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that is nice, didnt think you liked hamiltons. only thing im iffy about is the faux snake rubber band.
why wouldn't i like hamiltons? not expensive enough?
i've only recently discovered them and i like what i see
very affordable for good quality watches from a company with good history

i think it's more tire tread than snake
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Old 01-21-2013, 10:05 PM   #189244
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why wouldn't i like hamiltons? not expensive enough?
i've only recently discovered them and i like what i see
very affordable for good quality watches from a company with good history

i think it's more tire tread than snake
Don't self project. Just thought i remembered you saying you didnt like them when matt mentioned the before. Guess I just remembered wrong. I like them a lot myself, ever since Matt introduced me to them a few years ago.
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That's pretty.
Do they have one with green markers?
http://hamiltonwatch.com/gents/khaki...nium/H70575733

slightly different
the one i ordered is 44mm
this one is 42mm
and different band
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Old 01-21-2013, 10:06 PM   #189246
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http://hamiltonwatch.com/gents/khaki...nium/H70575733

slightly different
the one i ordered is 44mm
this one is 42mm
and different band
That's even prettier.
42mm is probably my limit.
I don't like it when the lugs hang off my wrist.
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Old 01-21-2013, 10:07 PM   #189247
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Don't self project. Just thought i remembered you saying you didnt like them when matt mentioned the before. Guess I just remembered wrong. I like them a lot myself, ever since Matt introduced me to them a few years ago.
i might have said that
like i said, i only recently discovered them
at first, i grouped them with Invicta ...
because i didn't know the company
but after looking around, i can see that Hamilton has been producing nice watches for a long time
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Old 01-21-2013, 10:08 PM   #189248
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http://hamiltonwatch.com/gents/khaki...nium/H70575733

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the one i ordered is 44mm
this one is 42mm
and different band
that band with your face

maybe orange stiching instead of grey/white in the band.
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Old 01-21-2013, 10:09 PM   #189249
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That's even prettier.
42mm is probably my limit.
I don't like it when the lugs hang off my wrist.
it was a tough call
the orange really grabbed my attention at first sight ... the titanium with green markers is a close second
the 42mm vs. 44mm was a big factor
but i went and tried on some other Hamiltons in 44mm today
surprisingly, i can still wear the 44mm on my wimpy wrist so i pulled the trigger
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Old 01-21-2013, 10:10 PM   #189250
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i might have said that
like i said, i only recently discovered them
at first, i grouped them with Invicta ...
because i didn't know the company
but after looking around, i can see that Hamilton has been producing nice watches for a long time
see so maybe i wasnt so out of tune.

I like some invictas, not bad for what they are and the price point. Altough they do have some incredibly tacky stuff.
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Old 01-21-2013, 10:10 PM   #189251
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that band with your face

maybe orange stiching instead of grey/white in the band.
lol... at first i thought you were talking about MY face
confused the heck out of me


could always do a custom band order ... m3inline6 has been going nuts with his new hamilton
ordered two new custom bands already for like $100 a pop
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Old 01-21-2013, 10:11 PM   #189252
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it was a tough call
the orange really grabbed my attention at first sight ... the titanium with green markers is a close second
the 42mm vs. 44mm was a big factor
but i went and tried on some other Hamiltons in 44mm today
surprisingly, i can still wear the 44mm on my wimpy wrist so i pulled the trigger
not many places carry them. very few near it me it seams.
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not many places carry them. very few near it me it seams.
the store i went to (downtown jewelry district) had like 20 different Hamilton watches .. but not the ones i posted
as long as the rubber band isn't all funky, i think i will like my watch very much
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lol... at first i thought you were talking about MY face
confused the heck out of me


could always do a custom band order ... m3inline6 has been going nuts with his new hamilton
ordered two new custom bands already for like $100 a pop
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it was a tough call
the orange really grabbed my attention at first sight ... the titanium with green markers is a close second
the 42mm vs. 44mm was a big factor
but i went and tried on some other Hamiltons in 44mm today
surprisingly, i can still wear the 44mm on my wimpy wrist so i pulled the trigger
My current watch is pretty close to my limit.
Omega claims it is 42mm.
I doubt that.
In any case, I can't go much bigger.
So trendy Breitlings are out of the question.
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jk i knew it was going to be akward but didnt know how else to frase it.

isnt he a lawyer too?
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