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    WRUW : 5th Dec -> 11th Dec

    Started the week with the original '3 eyed' G-shock, DW-5900.

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    SAdly lack of EL = Lack of wear.

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    Working at Victoria so nothing fancy:

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    DW-002J-1 - simple and uncluttered but unfortunately resin rot is beginning to take a hold.

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    Still for sale (hint hint) but thought I give the GLX-5600 a go again

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    If I hadn't already got one I would be interested, nice watches (for a square that is!). Also I have been far too extravagant and have three, possibly four in the post from various places ...

    Second day at Victoria, different job. Expecting to meet a load of suits from Southern so wore my GW-1400DJ-1A.

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    They didn't show but I ended up talking to the union rep then going for a ride in one of the Network Rail buggies. Also cut my head open on a sharp edge in one of the machines so the day wasn't totally wasted

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    Wednesday - DLR. Only person I needed to impress was myself (and anyone on the train who looked at me) so wore my Riseman - DW-9100BJ-1B

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    Great fun in the tube watching the pressure changes and swallowing to clear my ears. Very pleasant day but a biting cold wind. Went back to the DLR canteen for a lunchtime vegetable biryani to warm up

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    Nice Riseman and biryani.

    Went for the GW-M5600 today

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    Long Live The King

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    Working at home today so was able to listen out for the postman. Nothing exciting, just a letter from ParcelFarce telling me they had a damaged box for me but they thought the contents were ok.

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    Otherwise it's been quite an interesting day. Bought a new car for work rather than spend too much money getting my old smoker through an MoT on Monday. Got a whole raft of paperwork to complete with the Network Rail logo on it - days of fun to come. Drove new car to examine damaged parcel and then went to an astronomical observatory to get soaked in the lashing rain, see no stars - but a couple of excellent telescopes and listen to a good, basic lecture on some of the wonders of our galaxy.

    And got asked whether this had come out of a cracker - no, it came out of the parcel!

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    Sorry about colour quality - nasty low power artificial light!

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    Ouch, what did they do with the box, drive over it!

    Good to see you scored the G-001, where did you get it from in the end? Certainly looks eye popping.

    Good (or is it bad?) news on the new car, what did you go for?

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    It was Parcel Farce - enuff said! I have done agency work for them in the past so it was probably a mid-morning game of football ...

    Got it from kickz.com/uk who sell watches as accessories to their main business of shoes and clothes. Watch came from parent company in Germany, would have been a quick delivery if they had used a reputable courier.

    Car was a whole £500 which is expensive for me. A Vauxhall Omega estate with most of the luxury options, 6 months tax and 8 months MoT. And now (05:30) it's time to go to work

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