June Stuff

I have never understood the attraction of obscenely expensive wristwatches. When I was leaving home to attend the university, my father gave me a very functional Timex watch. Back then all watches (most?) had to be wound each day. Later self-winding and eventually electric and digital watches became available. But no matter the features, a decent quality watch that would make sure you didn’t miss dinner or the first ten minutes of a popular movie, could still be purchased for only a few bucks.

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