Posts made in July, 2012

The sexiest wristwatch on a woman is a white gold Rolex Submariner…period. (for me)

»Posted by on Jul 31, 2012 in General | 6 comments

The sexiest wristwatch on a woman is a white gold Rolex Submariner…period. (for me)

Strange, but I sort of feel that a gold, especially a white gold Submariner Rolex, has no place under sea water. And Rolex being so assiduously “practical” and “industrial” when it comes to ALL their historical Submariners… made a WHITE GOLD Submariner…a Rolex white gold submariner. Who is this for? (1) Understated, over secure, self indulgent men like myself…although I must admit that understatement is not really “me”. (2) Women with GOOD taste…and plenty of security of identity and money. Finish…NO other market. I guess, and I would not be far…they make say 80 of these each year? Rolex never reveals figures…but trust me.   This watch is MOST definitely for these scenarios!...

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No watches…lingerie! Have you noticed.

»Posted by on Jul 31, 2012 in General | 0 comments

No watches…lingerie! Have you noticed.

Like socks on men. Lingerie shots just don’t have wristwatches! And a great blog too: http://theglamourwhore.blogspot.sg/2011/12/strap-up-with-nichole-de-carle-lingerie.html Stella McCartney…Wolford…La Perla–these three names are associated with high-end lingerie,  released an impressive array in the past few seasons. At hundreds of dollars each, these garments are for all but the most impressive incomes. The very best google searches are “wolfords” and some blogs are certainly for men… http://www.lingerietalk.com/2010/12/18/christmas-lingerie/gentlemen-get-out-those-gold-cards.html    ...

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Nissan Juke Turbo $120,000 usd in Singapore. Seiko and watches of value.

»Posted by on Jul 30, 2012 in General | 1 comment

Nissan Juke Turbo $120,000 usd in Singapore. Seiko and watches of value.

Jacques Derrida’s work  influenced architecture, music,artand art critics. Particularly in his later writings, he frequently addressed morals, ethics and political themes. His work influenced various activists and political movements. He was a well-known and influential figure, his approach to philosophy and his work made him controversial. So…he would have driven a Juke and a 911. French philosopher Jacques Derrida is smart the way other people think they’re smart. DERRIDA is the sort of film one should see either a dozen times or not at all. Complex, highly ambitiousand remaining just about as a  documentary that describes contemporary French philosopher Jacques Derrida. I laughed in 2011, when I first saw the Juke in Geneva. But….I knew...

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Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, versus DeBethune and Richard Mille? well..next to Mad Men, Boardwalk Empire is the best show on illustrate IMMEDIATELY what game is afoot.

»Posted by on Jul 29, 2012 in General | 1 comment

Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, versus DeBethune and Richard Mille? well..next to Mad Men, Boardwalk Empire is the best show on illustrate IMMEDIATELY what game is afoot.

Want to make an ICONIC product? Have a GOOD product, better yet, an excellent product. Make it so damned hard to get!!! Make it almost illegal to get. Treat your customers who managed to get one ….not so well…treat them as if they were fortunate they got one. In other words…run the business like a gangster…hmmmm. Sigh. Not what I would teach my kids…but they must be wary of the technique..it is the Art of War.   Next to Mad Men, Boardwalk Empire is the best written show on television. I am a VERY extreme reader and television explorer of “television’s new horizons”. Today..what is Atlantic City? For BIGGER IMAGES..click on gallery pics/or the main pics   I surfed up:...

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Patek Philippe versus Richard Mille, Mercedes SLS AMG versus Porsche 918 Hybrid, why pay $110,000 or more for an unknown niche watchmaker…DeBethune

»Posted by on Jul 29, 2012 in General | 0 comments

Patek Philippe versus Richard Mille, Mercedes SLS AMG versus Porsche 918 Hybrid, why pay $110,000 or more for an unknown niche watchmaker…DeBethune

Historical? why are we looking back? Brands act to make money, not to write history, or present it…it’s so biased. Will the big brands doing work that will be worth as much or more tomorrow, so YES, they will sell better. They represent the current trend. They sell what is now considered a watch / investment. But if over a period of 30 years, you will see that they copy their own work, from 1950 to 1990, improving the construction, removing metal that was found to be oxidizing in an unsightly way. This is the big difference between brands, producing thousands of replicas of their own work – and the handful of artists who make what will be tomorrow’s history. Buying a watch with the big named brands will simply be easier to resell, but has...

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