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  1. tyrantblade

    Financial rape incoming

    I ended up reaching a settlement with the debt collector; not that I wanted to pay them anything; but since it was either pay $2300 (or more) by force or agree to pay $1500; $800 is more than I can spend on things that I want in more than a month, and the sooner I pay them and they can get off my Ass the better. Never again am I gonna bother with a credit card, nor am I ever leasing/financing anything.
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    Financial rape incoming

    So I got a credit card from CapitalOne, was paying on it up to date, then I got behind. Was charged $400 for a month of diet pills (my stupid self fell for a "trial" and then got billed for a subscription I didn't ask for and I didn't even get the diet pills yet I'm supposed to pay $400 for them). I owe $1400, I'm gonna be charged $2300 and all I can do is wait for the financial rape and suffering that 2019 is sure to contain as I cant fight them, I dont have time to go to court or money for an attorney. My life is basically gonna be ruined, I dont have this money but they are going to county court and gonna take it (as soon as they get the judge to sign papers allowing it)
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    Is more expensive always better?

    In this case I would go more expensive, but sometimes there is a very small price difference between factories of the same watch with probably (but not necessarily 100% of the time) all the same parts and the same movement
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    So close to a new job

    Just started the new job today after orientation (all kinds of information, paperwork, etc) and I have to say I am loving it so far, there may be some dread later down the line when I get exhausted and have to tough it out and work a lot of overtime; but it will be worth it all. Its basically like going from an almost nightmare job to a kind of dream job, pays good, easy to do, will be a stable job as long as I give it my all, and I'm serious about it (and I was more serious about my last job than I should of been, but that is just how my work ethic is). There are people at my last job that are almost betting on me failing, but I will prove them wrong, go the distance, and make a lot more money than they probably ever will because they like being at a dead end factory job where you may only get 1 raise in 3 years and the factory is losing a lot of workers and failing to replace them at the same rate.
  5. tyrantblade

    Ivan/Dark Lord

    Isn't that what they said on Top Gear about The Stig?
  6. tyrantblade

    So close to a new job

    Well, last year I was trying to get a better job, and finally this year they told me they have a job for me; so I had to go through several steps (a test on a computer, then a Physical and Drug Test) and I'm finally on the final step (background check), then I can put in my 2 weeks and go from a dead end job to a very good job.
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    Bracelet screws

    Anybody know where I could order screws for the bracelet of my watch? AFAIK screws for watch bracelets seem to be 1.4mm or so as that's the size screwdriver I use to adjust the bracelets, not sure how long the screws are though or where to order them. It is way too easy to lose them and I lost 2 from the bracelet of my Avenger II.
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    Brushing a polished bracelet

    Like I said, for myself i did a decent enough job, this is by no means any kind of a "guide" and there are others much more knowledgable than me, I just wanted to refinish the bracelet to brushed and used what I had, and I'm satisfied for me.
  9. tyrantblade

    Brushing a polished bracelet

    Maybe not professional level, but I'm pretty happy and can go over it again if I feel like it
  10. tyrantblade

    Brushing a polished bracelet

    I used the green side of a couple scotch brite sponges, and I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, its definitely toned way down now from how it comes from the TDs, which I know is not Gen-Like (its supposed to be a polished bracelet), I just dislike polished unless it's only Polished Mid-Links and I would leave Polished only for Dress watches (or Dress/Sport); but this watch will be an almost daily wear (I'm switching Jobs soon and wouldnt be able to wear it at the new job, but otherwise I will wear the watch a lot), and polished gets scratched too easily as well.
  11. tyrantblade

    Any1 have the Avenger II (Chronograph)

    Watch arrived today and I love it, just need 2 screws as I lost them when I was putting bracelet links back on
  12. tyrantblade

    Brushing a polished bracelet

    Is it easy? I'm thinking about doing it to my incoming Avenger II as I never really cared for full polished bracelets, brushed seems to look more classy and low key to me. Polished is like "LOOK AT ME"
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    Any1 have the Avenger II (Chronograph)

    I got the Blk/Blk version I finally found a dealer (approved on the other RWG) that has the version I bought from M2M on RWI listed http://www.theonewatches.ru/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=6856&search=Avenger+ii
  14. I just bought a Black Dial Avenger II (Chronograph) from RWI M2M, anybody here have the same model watch? What do you think? It's one of the ones made by GF factory BTW.
  15. I missed out on getting an old style Blue Dial/Bezel Trident the last time I noticed them having sales, now they brought the Blue Dial/Bezel variation of the Trident back, though it appears to be a darker shade of blue I would be mighty tempted to buy one if I caught one of their half off sales; especially given it's hard to find an old style Blue dial/bezel trident for a reasonable price these days. https://www.christopherward.com/watches/dive/c60-trident-pro-600-range