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January 01, 2014

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Gary

That's funny, Jeff. I also watched Flight last night, and was wondering what kind of watch that was.

herculodge

I won't say if the film was a trip toward the cynical or the redemptive so that I don't spoil it. Good movie would have been better had it been edited. It was 30 minutes too long.

Angelo

The pure functionality of Timex watches is alluring. I own at least two of them---oldies----they really do take a licking and keep on ticking.

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