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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by patstarrx » Mon May 23, 2011 4:17 am

Lol I love this place..
Bill I don't do watch reviews. That's for u watch nerds.
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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by el presidente » Mon May 23, 2011 4:50 am

patstarrx wrote:Lol I love this place..
Bill I don't do watch reviews. That's for u watch nerds.
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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by toxicavenger » Mon May 23, 2011 5:12 am

lilhoody wrote:
Rambam wrote:I`m sorry Bill but this is ridiculous :rolleyes:
You`ve done your share of ball busting on this forum and now you`re gonna leave because of some dumbass remarks about your Doxa?
:bs:

What is ridiculous was the blaze orange hunter safety fleece he was wearing in the Doxa pix. I think this all stems from his fashion faux paux, not his 4000T which is probably long gone. What ever. It was a good run Rick, take care.
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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by toxicavenger » Mon May 23, 2011 5:15 am

craniotes wrote:
demer03 wrote:
craniotes wrote:I don't get Doxa. :shrug:
of course you don't.... :raised:

Forum...sucks

Company....misdirected and adrift

Watches....cool
Actually, I do sort of get Doxa, though I'd never support the company, either directly with my hard earned money, or indirectly by wearing one of their watches (I like how they look -- that's it). My comment was inspired by a drive-by Bill pulled in the WUSsy Linde Werdelin forum a while back where he simply posted, "I don't get LW" in response to a thread comparing an Okto to a Sea-Dweller. Needless to say, some of the die-hard LW fans didn't appreciate such a blunt assessment of their beloved brand, which required a bit of hand-holding on my part until they could get over the slight.

Obviously, they're waaay too sensitive over there. ;)

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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by patstarrx » Mon May 23, 2011 5:18 am

lilhoody wrote:
Rambam wrote:I`m sorry Bill but this is ridiculous :rolleyes:
You`ve done your share of ball busting on this forum and now you`re gonna leave because of some dumbass remarks about your Doxa?
:bs:



What is ridiculous was the blaze orange hunter safety fleece he was wearing in the Doxa pix. I think this all stems from his fashion faux paux, not his 4000T which is probably long gone. What ever. It was a good run Rick, take care.
Lmaoooooooo :clap:
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..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by ElChingon7 » Mon May 23, 2011 5:24 am

lilhoody wrote:
Rambam wrote:I`m sorry Bill but this is ridiculous :rolleyes:
You`ve done your share of ball busting on this forum and now you`re gonna leave because of some dumbass remarks about your Doxa?
:bs:

What is ridiculous was the blaze orange hunter safety fleece he was wearing in the Doxa pix. I think this all stems from his fashion faux paux, not his 4000T which is probably long gone. What ever. It was a good run Rick, take care.
He's obviously a Flyers fan. :clap:
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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by ezcheese » Mon May 23, 2011 5:39 am

lilhoody wrote:
425ranger wrote:To many guys here just ball bust. No watch reviews, impressions and questions. I have always put myself and watches out there by posting mini-reviews etc. Lately I have been noticing a frat-house everything attitude. Thats fine I guess but this is (WAS) a watch forum for dive watches etc. Hell Pat is all over the site, but I don't remember 1 watch post.

Listen, this is no PMS post. I have done my time, but posting info and sharing with friends is what I want. The group think, everyone pile on, rubbed me the wrong way for awhile...<watchlords anyone> I'll just swing by your posts and sharp shoot your shirts and photos, all the while spewing my baseless opinions about watches I have never owned.

I'm not gone, just done throwing ammo out there.....
This is a watch forum?
:shrug:

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Post by el presidente » Mon May 23, 2011 5:51 am

Fuckers, stop picking on Bill :tap: some orange for ya'll :love:

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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by homathetes » Mon May 23, 2011 12:11 pm

Why have I come to expect threads like these here???? I find them oddly boring.

Come back Ranger dude, htfu.

What can you expect from a forum which has not said one good thing about the 4000t? Personally I like the Sharkhunter version, but I'd fully expect a major ball busting here if I got one and posted it like a standard incoming.

Just the way this forum is. :shrug:

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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by SCM64 » Mon May 23, 2011 4:35 pm

homathetes wrote:Why have I come to expect threads like these here???? I find them oddly boring.

Come back Ranger dude, htfu.

What can you expect from a forum which has not said one good thing about the 4000t? Personally I like the Sharkhunter version, but I'd fully expect a major ball busting here if I got one and posted it like a standard incoming.

Just the way this forum is. :shrug:
The ball busting was pretty light IMHO. The heavy 4000t bashing came some time ago, and many specific reasons were listed in that previous thread. From the over hyped buildup, to the silly "safe dive" PR and the poorly finished hands.

Does ball busting go on here? Hell yea, but not at the expense of watch commentary. Most folks here have gone through tons of watches, and thus are very opinionated. Which is encouraged.

What would be boring would for us to be like all the other forums and just pat each other on the back and say "great watch" no matter what.
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Post by patstarrx » Mon May 23, 2011 4:50 pm

"Pat each other "?
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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by matt.wu » Mon May 23, 2011 5:05 pm

patstarrx wrote:"Pat each other "?
:)
We all know what that means!! :hump:
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Post by homathetes » Mon May 23, 2011 5:06 pm

Right, 100%. I have no problem with honestly sharing opinions especially on controversial items such as this Doxa. The 'working knowledge' of many of the posters here I also value; people have real reasons for their opinions which I respect.

I am more annoyed with the "I'm done with this" posts and soap opera drama. If you don't like what people will say about your watch, then don't post or be ready to htfu and take it.
SCM64 wrote: The ball busting was pretty light IMHO. The heavy 4000t bashing came some time ago, and many specific reasons were listed in that previous thread. From the over hyped buildup, to the silly "safe dive" PR and the poorly finished hands.

Does ball busting go on here? Hell yea, but not at the expense of watch commentary. Most folks here have gone through tons of watches, and thus are very opinionated. Which is encouraged.

What would be boring would for us to be like all the other forums and just pat each other on the back and say "great watch" no matter what.

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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by matt.wu » Mon May 23, 2011 5:07 pm

I bought an homage.

BRING IT! :stir: :mrgreen:
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Post by matt.wu » Mon May 23, 2011 5:08 pm

P.S.

This is the most I've ever posted in the Doxa forum.

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Post by ezcheese » Mon May 23, 2011 5:15 pm

matt.wu wrote:P.S.

This is the most I've ever posted in the Doxa forum.

:lol:
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Me too.
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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by patstarrx » Mon May 23, 2011 5:19 pm

"HTFU and take it" ORITE

This is the doxa forum??? WTH
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Post by SCM64 » Mon May 23, 2011 5:20 pm

Ah. Sorry I misinterpreted you post. :doh:

Here's my belated +1 :oops: :lol: :thumbsup:

homathetes wrote:Right, 100%. I have no problem with honestly sharing opinions especially on controversial items such as this Doxa. The 'working knowledge' of many of the posters here I also value; people have real reasons for their opinions which I respect.

I am more annoyed with the "I'm done with this" posts and soap opera drama. If you don't like what people will say about your watch, then don't post or be ready to htfu and take it.
SCM64 wrote: The ball busting was pretty light IMHO. The heavy 4000t bashing came some time ago, and many specific reasons were listed in that previous thread. From the over hyped buildup, to the silly "safe dive" PR and the poorly finished hands.

Does ball busting go on here? Hell yea, but not at the expense of watch commentary. Most folks here have gone through tons of watches, and thus are very opinionated. Which is encouraged.

What would be boring would for us to be like all the other forums and just pat each other on the back and say "great watch" no matter what.
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Post by ElChingon7 » Mon May 23, 2011 5:24 pm

patstarrx wrote:"HTFU and take it" ORITE

This is the doxa forum??? WTH
Lmao. I'm on my phone most times and didn't notice. Doxa FTW
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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by CesarG » Mon May 23, 2011 5:45 pm

Homage = legal fake

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Post by matt.wu » Mon May 23, 2011 6:02 pm

hks3sgte wrote:Homage = legal fake
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Re: ..... Wow, the new 4000T is big

Post by Tallguy » Thu May 26, 2011 9:45 am

You guys really scared Bill off....no sign of him anywhere on dwc :poke:

So what "hommage" did you get, Wu-ster? :popcorn: :stir:

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Post by matt.wu » Thu May 26, 2011 10:33 am

Tallguy wrote:You guys really scared Bill off....no sign of him anywhere on dwc :poke:

So what "hommage" did you get, Wu-ster? :popcorn: :stir:
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