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    Default Re: clock nightmares (RE: richiec)

    lol..! sorry just a ramblin.

    So, you let your wife dig in your foot with a needle. Your a stronger man than me. If anybody is gonna do some jabbin with a needle like that it'd better be me.

    It's that stimulous response thing with the instant feedback.
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    Default Re: clock nightmares (RE: RJSoftware)

    Well, when you cant see, you remit to the next available set of eyes, even if they aint so good. The digging is so good. This is what makes a marriage.

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    Default Re: clock nightmares (RE: richiec)

    Clocks and dreams! When I was a little kid my grandma and grandpa had a clock with a dome sitting on top of a bookcase, in the living room. Somehow in my childish imagination, I used to dream about it and I would dream that the clock on top was a face and the bookcase underneath was a body, and the whole thing would slowly chase me around the house to get me. Somehow that became a recurring nightmare. But, I grew up (some would disagree) and that became the basis for a lifelong fascination with clocks in general. The bookcase is long gone but my family still has the clock - an Ansonia Crystal Palace Extra No.1. That clock is featured in my website, click the link in my signature below here.
    Doug Haeussler, NAWCC #0167553 - Prescott Valley, AZ

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    Default Re: clock nightmares (RE: cazboy)

    That same ogee clock I am repairing on, well, in my dream last night came across a mashed up dial face and child painted it on too in crazy designs. I got anxious to fix it by flattening it but the paint changed to a yellow smiley face. !?!

    Cheers, Watchfixer

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