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    Photos of interesting watch hand formations

    Unconventional watch hand designs can lead to interesting hand patterns, like this one where all the hands are parallel to each other. Anyone else want to play?




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    I don't have a picture of my Planet Ocean with the hands at noon, so I had to borrow one from Google. I like how each arrow head has its own space available.


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    This was a picture of a Monster I sold a while back. Hands look like a rocket when lined up.

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    Not *quite* the same thing, but kind of:
    11-12-13-14-15.jpg
    November 12, 2013: 11-12-13 14:15:16.





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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    Not *quite* the same thing, but kind of:
    11-12-13-14-15.jpg
    November 12, 2013: 11-12-13 14:15:16.





    That's all I got.

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    Month, Day, Year, Hour....what kind of anarchy is this?!

    Picture of 14:15:16 on 13 Dec 2011, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    Month, Day, Year, Hour....what kind of anarchy is this?!

    Picture of 14:15:16 on 13 Dec 2011, please?
    You mean 14:15:16 13-12-11? Or 13-12-11 14:15:16? Talk about anarchy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    You mean 14:15:16 13-12-11? Or 13-12-11 14:15:16? Talk about anarchy!
    I don't care how the information is presented, as long as the underlying pattern is right. Eg "back in 2011, at quarter past two in the afternoon on December the thirteenth? Well, sixteen seconds later"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    I don't care how the information is presented, as long as the underlying pattern is right. Eg "back in 2011, at quarter past two in the afternoon on December the thirteenth? Well, sixteen seconds later"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    I don't care how the information is presented, as long as the underlying pattern is right. Eg "back in 2011, at quarter past two in the afternoon on December the thirteenth? Well, sixteen seconds later"
    11 (Y) back in 2011
    12 (M) December
    13 (D) the thirteenth
    14 (H) two in the afternoon
    15 (M) quarter past
    16 (S) 16 seconds later

    Heinrich Schrenker would be proud

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    11 (Y) back in 2011
    12 (M) December
    13 (D) the thirteenth
    14 (H) two in the afternoon
    15 (M) quarter past
    16 (S) 16 seconds later

    Heinrich Schrenker would be proud
    hmmm...ok....awkward, but workable!
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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    awkward, but workable!
    That sounds like a good definition of art

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