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    G-Shock & Sales Moderator DragonJade's Avatar
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    Question >>> Interview with...a moderator <<<

    Sixty seconds with one of your moderators, DragonJade.


    How many watches do you have?
    If I include ones that are missing straps and batteries, around 30.

    What’s the most talked about thing currently in the Moderators’ Forum?
    Thomas the Tank Engine.

    What did you have for breakfast?
    Toast, fried egg, sausages.

    What are you reading at the moment?
    I’ve got two books on the go at the moment; Smiley’s People by John le Carré and The Odyssey by Homer (not Simpson).

    Would you rather be a Kung Fu master or Godzilla?
    Kung Fu master for sure. I’d be able 3” punch Godzilla back to his island if ever gave me any grief.

    If you have four oranges in one hand and six apples in the other hand, what do you have?
    Pretty big hands.


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    Re: >>> Interview with...a moderator <<<

    What is your grail watch, G-Shock or otherwise?

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    Re: >>> Interview with...a moderator <<<

    Thomas the Tank Engine? Oh man, I'm a little worried about you guys...

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    Re: >>> Interview with...a moderator <<<

    What's your favorite G-Shock watch in your collection?

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    Re: >>> Interview with...a moderator <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian D. View Post
    What is your grail watch, G-Shock or otherwise?
    There are lots and lots and lots and lots of watches I'd like to get to help complete my collection. I'd like to get a skeleton, a Russian, a 24h, a Yes Watch...but the one watch I've wanted since I was a wee dragon is a Breitling Emergency. I didn't even know the name of the watch till I joined WUS.

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    Re: >>> Interview with...a moderator <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by BenL View Post
    What's your favorite G-Shock watch in your collection?
    Tough one. My watches fall in, out and back in favour with me constantly. At the moment my favourite is the GW-5600SJ-8JF. The picture below makes it look a lot more blingy than it really is.



    http://www37.tok2.com/home/watch1/CA...-8JF/index.htm

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    Re: >>> Interview with...a moderator <<<

    Nice...you read .

    I'll add a question: what watch sticks out to you as the biggest regret of selling?
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    Casio DW-6900-1V; DW-9100; GW-5600J-1; GW-6900-1; GW-6900B; GW-7900B; GW-9200-1; GW-A1000FC-2ADR; GW-M5600-1ER; MTG-520; PAW-1500T
    Citizen AT0660-05F; AT4004-52E; AT8020-54L; ATD53-3011; AV0021-52H; AV0031-59A; BL1258-53L; BL5440-58E; BN0088-03E; BN0100-51E; BZ0000-50E; EBJ74-1741; JY0010-50E; JV0020-12F; JY0000-53E; JY8000-50E; PMD56-2861; PMT56-2731; PMX56-2812
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    Question Re: >>> Interview with...a moderator <<<

    Do you live in Japan? If so, what city?

    Where are you from originally?
    "I bet you're a big Lee Marvin fan."

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    Re: >>> Interview with...a moderator <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by DragonJade View Post
    Looks good. Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: >>> Interview with...a moderator <<<

    thanks for this, er little insight

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