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Eddie's Discussions

Laptop Bag/ Briefcase

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Splash Jan 5, 2012. 2 Replies

Hello gentleman. I need some suggestions on a new briefcase/ laptop bag. Of course I love the Saddleback bag that's featured on AOM but I'm just not going to spend that much money. Looking for…Continue

Pet Pictures

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eddie Mar 24, 2011. 11 Replies

Interested in seeing your pets and why you chose a particular breed. This is Major, she is a Czech bloodline Shepherd. Two years old and very hot on command. I chose her for home security for my wife…Continue

1000 Mile Boots

Started this discussion. Last reply by KG2V Mar 15, 2011. 13 Replies

Hey guys does anyone know of a similar and less expensive boot? I know these will last for years and all but geez!! $350.0??!! Thanks!Continue

Replica watches? Yes or no?

Started this discussion. Last reply by The Earl of Essex Feb 3, 2012. 66 Replies

I've been looking for a few watches Omega's and Breitling's. Problem is I can't afford them. I've found a few pretty exact replicas on line. What do you guys think? Would you wear a replica? There…Continue

 

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Oddball replied to Eddie's discussion Commando or Briefs
"Commando, except when the weather is brass monkey."
Dec 10, 2012
Jeff replied to Eddie's discussion Commando or Briefs
"I have to say for relaxed comfort I go commando. For a trip to the store or just hanging around for the day with no plans it's the best way to go. When going to work or planned activities with other couples I have the Jockey sports."
Dec 8, 2012
The Earl of Essex replied to Eddie's discussion Replica watches? Yes or no?
"+1 on the Skagen-  I'm sitting looking at mine that I picked up for about $150-  looks beautiful, always always get comments on it and does exactly what its $15000 bretherin does- i.e tells me the time"
Feb 3, 2012
Brian Splash replied to Eddie's discussion Laptop Bag/ Briefcase
"l always look at an alternative option when l purchase something , and lm always looking for innovation in products that were manufactured with a different intent , so heres my Macgyver attempt . go to ebay , buy a horse saddlebag around 20 bucks ,…"
Jan 5, 2012
Chuck Forman replied to Eddie's discussion Laptop Bag/ Briefcase
"If you want a classic rugged look check out the Filson canvas/leather briefcases, I think models 256 & 257 are laptop friendly.  They run about $200 new so it's a budget stretcher but the damn things last virtually forever.  Made…"
Jan 5, 2012
Chuck Knight replied to Eddie's discussion Replica watches? Yes or no?
"That's a lovely Rolex...a truly beautiful piece.  I absolutely love the vintage ones...it looks like it has the domed plastic crystal, and not the more modern flat sapphire crystal.  And, it came from your father...a truly special…"
Jan 5, 2012
Eddie posted a discussion

Laptop Bag/ Briefcase

Hello gentleman. I need some suggestions on a new briefcase/ laptop bag. Of course I love the Saddleback bag that's featured on AOM but I'm just not going to spend that much money. Looking for something that has the same look as the Saddleback but not the price. I carry daily my 15" laptop, Kindle, a few legal pads, pens and sometimes my pistol. My budget is about 150.00. I've seen several on ebay but they are mainly the made in China crap that falls apart quickly. I'd appreciate your input.…See More
Jan 5, 2012
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Eddie's discussion Replica watches? Yes or no?
"To me, This... Isnt a sports watch... This is a dress watch that can go through hell... Or am I wrong on what you call a sports watch?"
Jan 5, 2012
Chuck Knight replied to Eddie's discussion Replica watches? Yes or no?
"Not that specific watch...it's a dress watch, so it wouldn't be up to the rigors you specified. Almost any well made sports watch, like for example that SINN that I mentioned earlier, would easily hold up to that type of treatment. …"
Jan 5, 2012
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Eddie's discussion Replica watches? Yes or no?
"The thing about a Rolex is you buy the thing for $2000... Then you wear it everyday for the rest of your life... Working on cars, Diving, digging tunnels, building houses, going to parties, going to court, in a bar fight, and any thing else you can…"
Jan 5, 2012
Chuck Knight replied to Eddie's discussion Replica watches? Yes or no?
"And, especially considering that much of that cost is for nothing more than the brand name.  A comparable watch, from an excellent manufacturer like Sinn, can be had for $1500-2000.  Rolexes are overpriced, for the level of quality that…"
Jan 5, 2012
Stephen replied to Eddie's discussion Replica watches? Yes or no?
"True, and they have got considerably cheaper over the years relatively speaking. All that being said, though, a new Submariner is still going to cost you over 5 grand."
Jan 4, 2012
Brian Splash replied to Eddie's discussion Replica watches? Yes or no?
"When l think about the workmanship that goes into one , the man hours it must take , the precision , l am surprised how cheap they are ."
Jan 4, 2012
Stephen replied to Eddie's discussion Replica watches? Yes or no?
"I just wouldn't wear the real thing. It seems wrong, given all the other pressures on me, to walk around with a couple months' rent on my wrist. "
Jan 4, 2012
Nathanael replied to Eddie's discussion Replica watches? Yes or no?
"LShieldes, I think that replica and fake have been used  to mean both the same and different things during this thread.  I think that what the OP meant by replica is what Chuck means by fake.  Likewise, the guy Chuck was responding to…"
Jan 4, 2012
Steve Dallas replied to Eddie's discussion Replica watches? Yes or no?
"SO then the OP was asking nothing wrong when asking for a decent replica?    And if so, why did you defend the guy that said replicas are for losers?"
Jan 4, 2012

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At 4:18pm on November 2, 2010, John said…
Hey, there - Welcome, and good to be in touch. THX for the friend invite. Drop me a note it you'd like to chat about pipes and tobaccos.
At 3:42pm on November 2, 2010, Jack Peterson said…
Hi Eddie,
I clicked on accept and your address dissapeared! Also I don't have your last name. You can send an email to my web site at www.info@sterlingtobaccoco.com
At 6:08pm on October 27, 2010, Jeff Kraykovic said…
Try Paladin Blackcherry, it's one of the only OTC tobaccos I smoke anymore. Happy Smoking!
At 12:03pm on November 19, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
Good Deal, you gotta love a "tuned-in" barber for sure !!!!
Continue to enjoy the great content here.
At 11:54am on November 19, 2009, Herb Munson said…
Hi Eddie, welcome. I see you are jumping right in and that's great. Also, would like to extend an invite to you to check out my new group The Great Debate. It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. Again, good to have you aboard.
At 11:29am on November 19, 2009, Liam Strain said…
welcome to AoM Eddie!
At 11:03am on November 19, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
Hello and welcome to the site Eddie !!!!
 
 
 

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