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    #5141
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Guys, let’s help King dispose of those pieces unless King decides to donate them to us. Hehehe


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    ...bidding via tsikot?

    proceeds or a percentage thereof, to be donated to the taal fund...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    My mindset on watches changed when I got married. One of my mentors (also a Speedy owner) was right when he told me to pull the trigger after I proposed. Otherwise I probably wouldn't have gotten myself a decent watch.

    The hundreds of thousands I spend on my watch would be better used to buy land, or prepare for our future kids' education, or for travel to create priceless memories with family.

    I'm sure that watch enthusiasts would disagree but I just feel there are better ways to spend half a million than a watch. The only way I could justify buying a watch is if I can buy it low and sell it quickly at a higher price if I need the money.

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    Agree bro!!!!!!! But nothing against watch enthusiasts. Its a fantastic hobby and like minded folks can talk for days on end about the intricacies and craftsmanship and history. Once upon a time i liked watches though I just outgrew it. Have a few pieces here and there but my mainstay is my Garmin or the Samsung Gear. Never really check whats on my wrist anymore.


    Unless you are this guy....

    Partners grumble as venture manager shows off Richard Mille watches, Hermes, Chanel while business flounders : Bilyonaryo





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    #5143
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    My mindset on watches changed when I got married. One of my mentors (also a Speedy owner) was right when he told me to pull the trigger after I proposed. Otherwise I probably wouldn't have gotten myself a decent watch.
    no, you won't.
    ...just you wait, for when until things settle down.
    itaga mo sa adobe.
    heh heh.
    Last edited by dr. d; January 24th, 2020 at 09:45 AM.

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    #5144
    Quote Originally Posted by EQAddict View Post
    Agree bro!!!!!!! But nothing against watch enthusiasts. Its a fantastic hobby and like minded folks can talk for days on end about the intricacies and craftsmanship and history. Once upon a time i liked watches though I just outgrew it. Have a few pieces here and there but my mainstay is my Garmin or the Samsung Gear. Never really check whats on my wrist anymore.


    Unless you are this guy....

    Partners grumble as venture manager shows off Richard Mille watches, Hermes, Chanel while business flounders : Bilyonaryo





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    The way the article is written.

    Parang si fashion pulis.

    Do you happen to know who they are talking about?

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    #5145
    Agree with jut and EQ. Money is better invested elsewhere. Unless you end up with the odd collectible like the next red Sub or Ultraman Speedmaster, you will lose money collecting watches.

    But as long as one is financially responsible, nothing wrong with spending some money on the things that tickle your fancy. And if you are a married man, still a lot better than getting a side chick.

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    #5146
    even the rich, need toys.

    wife was once asked if she was bothered that hubby had many cars, watches, and high-end cameras.
    "not in the least! that way, i see where his money goes."

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    #5147
    Dont know whonthe article is referring to. Asking around. But that is very conspicous consumption.

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    #5148
    Please do share when you find out. [emoji16]

    Whose hubby doc? Or is the hubby you?

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    #5149
    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    Agree with jut and EQ. Money is better invested elsewhere. Unless you end up with the odd collectible like the next red Sub or Ultraman Speedmaster, you will lose money collecting watches.

    But as long as one is financially responsible, nothing wrong with spending some money on the things that tickle your fancy. And if you are a married man, still a lot better than getting a side chick.
    Bahala na mayrun maraming relo basta wag lang maraming chicks! Hehehe


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    #5150
    re the blind item

    ano ba mga "much hyped business" ngayon owned by millenials?

    mga tech startup?

    could be a local app

    esep esep

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