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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby TemerityB » May 15th 2018, 8:56pm

^^^ Wow. Meme "skills."

Tell me, Bazinger, now that you're a former "blogger," what do you do next? Join Facebook, joining a cookie baking group, and call the members doo-doo heads because they're not Keebler fans like you are?

Don't worry - I won't argue with you again, because I'm above it. You obviously have problems, so, of course, you're the perfect junk candidate to write about junk watches on a junk blog. Makes perfect sense.

Happy trails, and say hi to the UPS driver who delivers your Chinese junk watches to you one-by-one. And slip him a fiver every now and again, won't you - those UPS professionals work hard!

PS - Your jibe about one of our best members is gonna cost you. You're toast, web-wise.
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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 15th 2018, 9:00pm

TemerityB wrote:^^^ Wow. Meme "skills."

Tell me, Bazinger, now that you're a former "blogger," what do you do next? Join Facebook, joining a cookie baking group, and call the members doo-doo heads because they're not Black-Eyed Susan fans like you are?

Don't worry - I won't argue with you again, because I'm above it. You obviously have problems, so, of course, you're the perfect junk candidate to write about junk watches on a junk blog!

Happy UPS to you and yours!


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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby artman » May 15th 2018, 10:09pm

Ok, what the fuck just happened?
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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby TemerityB » May 15th 2018, 10:26pm

artman wrote:Ok, what the fuck just happened?


Who the fuck knows. All I really know is that the term "crazier than a shit house rat" just might be Groucho's secret phrase tonight.
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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby conjurer » May 15th 2018, 11:15pm

Bazinga, immediately remove Temerity's name from your avatar, or the avatar entirely. Me and T go way back, and we're pals. Temerity's been a member here longer than me, and he's forgotten more about the hobby than you'll ever learn. You haven't earned the right to use his name in jest.
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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby Mark1 » May 16th 2018, 12:15am

conjurer wrote:Bazinga, immediately remove Temerity's name from your avatar, or the avatar entirely. Me and T go way back, and we're pals. Temerity's been a member here longer than me, and he's forgotten more about the hobby than you'll ever learn. You haven't earned the right to use his name in jest.



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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 16th 2018, 3:21am

conjurer wrote:Bazinga, immediately remove Temerity's name from your avatar, or the avatar entirely. Me and T go way back, and we're pals. Temerity's been a member here longer than me, and he's forgotten more about the hobby than you'll ever learn. You haven't earned the right to use his name in jest.


Removed. It was a joke. A reference to me as I am just the Luke around here and in need of Yoda training in the ways of the watchlords force.

No disrespect was meant.
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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby foghorn » May 16th 2018, 3:23am

Despite some members willing to give you the benefit of the doubt I still say piss off. I’m not buying any words you are selling. Even at a deep discount.
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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby TemerityB » May 16th 2018, 7:36am

foghorn wrote:Despite some members willing to give you the benefit of the doubt I still say piss off. I’m not buying any words you are selling. Even at a deep discount.


Agreed. Guy goes from insipid name calling to playing nicey-nicey. Enough. On ignore now, which I suggest the rest of us do as well.
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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 16th 2018, 7:41am

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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby koimaster » May 16th 2018, 3:27pm

Interesting thread to say the least. My take may be a bit different as I have to look at things with a bit of a jaded eye. The writer of the blog at least has an real interest in watches, hence a blog. We may not like the watches but they are not invicta watches and the member in question at least takes the time to review watches which not everyone does. I may or may not agree with the watches reviewed or how the reviews are written but these reviews may just introduce others to the hobby of watches.

Not everyone has the resources of whodickie who Mr. Bloke here on the forum has held to the mat for lies and other bullshit but it is IMHO the small blogs who may bring folks to forums looking for more information than a review might give. Some folks may not remember that when they joined this forum they were thought of as trolls. They stuck it out while many others left here. While I am the one who told Stephen to defend himself if members jumped him in true old school watchlord style perhaps I should have told him to just go with the flow, just say "it is my opinion and a kind fuck you too" and be done with it.

At any rate, Stephen was going to quit but had a change of heart and I suspect eventually will fit it here. Now, changing the avatar of someone cannot be done without my admin rights and to date that has never been done so if it was done I would wonder how. I suspect from what I read it was a meme that is involved and not the actual user avatar. Regardless, many may not have been here when WL was born or in the first couple of years when almost all members here came from Watchgeeks because they had been banned or just wanted a place to say what they really wanted to say. A lot of folks had no idea how to fit into this place at first but most did after a time. If you do not like a person here, put them on ignore. As a reminder of the MOSC and Johnnybardos, I started this place with the original members because of my interest in watches. The folks I just mentioned and Stephen started blogs dealing with watches or other interests they had and wanted to share.
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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby bedlam » May 16th 2018, 5:04pm

So many panties getting bunched...I'm thinking Baz might just be worth keeping around :D
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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby foghorn » May 16th 2018, 5:09pm

bedlam wrote:So many panties getting bunched...I'm thinking Baz might just be worth keeping around :D




You're just looking for a deal on the Hawaian Lifeguard watch. Opportunist!!!
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Re: Hawaiian Lifeguard Association Watch Collection

Postby bedlam » May 16th 2018, 10:07pm

foghorn wrote:
bedlam wrote:So many panties getting bunched...I'm thinking Baz might just be worth keeping around :D

You're just looking for a deal on the Hawaian Lifeguard watch. Opportunist!!!

You know me so well :mrgreen:
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