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    WRUW Monday 9th. March

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    Still wearing the Helson Sharkmaster >>

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    Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.

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    William L 1985 Automatic Chronograph.

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    WRUW Monday 9th. March

    Going big today! Ebel Tekton cal 137



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    Ebels (lots), IWC, Omega, FC, Eterna, Tag, Invicta, Movado
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    Moser Monday.




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    It’s a full bloody red werewolf worm in the apple moon!

    I'm suffering from FMOS—Full Moon Overnaming Syndrome.

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