i second that wholeheartedly.
40s Omega. Swedish market only ref 2400 Suverän.
This one today...
Not really. Went to boutique wearing my Ed White.
Was called in to work at the donut factory...so a strap change to the Rothco protective band in olive drab [green] was in order...being Saint Paddy's Day and all. Box o' Irish Spring deodorant soap serves as my Saint Paddy's Day [green] backup just in case some jackhole gives me grief about the Rothco not being the appropriate green.
LATE ENTRIES: Spelling corrections regarding "Patty's" corrected to "Paddy's".
The SeaGull ST-8000 tourbillon from another forum's project.
That now seems so long ago!
Must say that I am quite happy with my Waltham (Valjoux 7736), fitted with a NOS bezel (with matching lume) from a friend in Belgium. I think its just what the doctor ordered!
HAPPY St Paddy's Day.
Wearing the Bead Blasted modded Orange Monster on an Iyonk for side job in Tucson
BTW I'm a Mick
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Nice strap choice, and nice hat in the background.
Nope. It says "Edited by a mod Yesterday at 1:42pm" in your original post. I am not a moderator at this site.
I did however report your post to the moderators as it had content I felt was totally unappropriate for this watch site. The mod seem to agree as your post was edited. I do understand that you being in a situation of war makes your view of things somewhat different from a "normal" everyday life in a peaceful setting. I have personal experience of something remotely similar and understand the mechanics of it. I have worked under fear for my life and limb and I have been in the wrong end of weapons many, many times. It is stressful and it moves perspective.
Most of the members here come here to relax and have a good time. To share a common interest. I guess you do too? One thing many of us do not need here is direct references to killing others. Who ever they may be. Your perspective might have moved a bit from the "normal"?
This - my point - has nothing to do with not being patriotic (though for another country than yours), criticising your mission or even being overly critical to showing weapons here (I have shown mine in another post - hunting rifles). My point - this watch site is maybe not the best place for your daily perspective and mission - full on. I am happy to see your watches and do not mind some camo - but please keep the killing other humans part to more appropriate foras.
I wish you all the best and a as safe tour of duty as possible.
@CTS-V important to keep in mind that your postings are always fun to see, and your contributions to the site are valued! One small misstep isn't something to worry about. Here's to a safe tour of duty, and thanks for your service!
I actually know some people stationed at Hill, so here's an extra big for that.
For St Patrick's day.
Happy St Patricks Day and opening rounds of the Madnness of March, if you're into either.
Today is the "other” Constellation
1970 Day Date (little luck of the Irish date was correct in the box)
C-case helps it wear a tad bigger, but not much. What it lacks in size is compensated by the dial and bezel. Cheers
This just in from Sweden (JUST IN so date not changed yet!).
It's on the right wrist because the left wrist is covering my St. Patrick's Day obligation!
Green on this, our nation's day of drinking
Vixa Type 20, Hanhart caliber 40, retour en vol, circa 1954.
With Yoshino cherry blossoms, circa 6:45p EST today.
Ummmmm dibs please should you ever tire of that beauty
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