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I need to talk more about TAG-Heuer...


while I am a novice in the world of watch "politics" and related territorial matters, the guidelines sound right to me . . . they make sense and have the right tone.

On with the show!!


I should probably add to what I posted that it's quite possible from what I've seen on other web sites for people to "Slam" TAG-Heuer... I'll be completely earnest and upfront here. I'm not a huge fan of much of the current line, but I am more than happy to describe in a constructive manner why I feel that way.

So I don't mind people having a preference and expressing their preferences. Constructive critism is fine, but destructive critism and "out of the blue" slams for the purpose of being slams will probably be frowned upon to the point of deletion...

Let's face it. TAG-Heuer won't waste their time with a bunch of people lambasting them on a forum. However, if they see us as a group of interested people who'd buy the new model that's done right, they will mine us for ideas and that's a good thing in my book!

-- Chuck

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