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Watch GR American Pie Re Br [REPACK]


On the wrist, it has a great presence but is relatively small compared to other watches made by the brand. Photographed on my small wrist (16.5cm), you can see that the watch is balanced and far from intrusive. Good point for Bell & Ross here. The case is nicely executed with satin-finished surfaces and polished bevels all around. The screw-down crown is well protected and the water-resistance comfortable at 100 metres.




Watch GR american pie re br



As for the bracelet, two options will be offered. The most striking and most coherent option in this context is the steel bracelet, which creates a nice continuation with the case. As always with watches in this category, it participates a great deal in the whole design. The bracelet of the BR05 is nicely designed, flat and thin, with a tapered profile. It is comfortable and flexible.


The movement used to power these watches, the BR-CAL.321, is based on the reliable Sellita SW-300 architecture with a personalized decoration. The bridges are dark grey and sandblasted and the oscillating weight is openworked. This automatic movement, with 4Hz frequency and 42h power reserve, is visible through the caseback.


How many Moyeristas agree with me that if Bill fails again to directly address pertinent issues (and continues interviewing cronies and shilling books) this Friday August 1st that he will have been a hostage to elite power 192 days. At least he is not being physically tortured as far as we know. "Every man has his breaking point," says Senator McCain (who is truly broken, a docile pony for lobbyists). ....as Merry Barry, the Kenyan Stallion, carries Israeli lobbyists and nuclear plant purveyors over the capitalist steeplechase. What kind of nag would you be, Bill? A stable companion for some corporate gelding? (Don't cover the whore's race, for the Bejing Olympics could be next. Holy Steroids, Batman!)May this blog be our Olympics substitute. Don't watch!


The American Dream persists as a concept, and it resonates around the globe, because it is the Human Dream: to live free, to worship openly, to pursue your goals to the extent of your abilities, and to vote in peace according to your conscience. America has never fully realized The Dream, but we have always been on the path, making steady progress toward making it equally available to all citizens. What distinguishes the last 8 years is that Progress Toward the Dream has been willfully and cynically derailed. It's our duty as Americans to be "keepers of the progress." It's our duty to vote to put this country back on its upward trajectory. Our children are watching.


Psalms 127Unless the Lord builds the house; its builders labor in vain.Unless the Lord watches over the city, the watchmen stand guard in vain....Psalms 128Blessed are those who fear the Lord, who walk in His ways.You will eat the fruit of your labor.Blessings and prosperity will be yours....


The only way the american dream is going to survive is if people in this country start taking back the constitution and our human and civil rights. this will have to be in the streets and by voting. The green party needs to be the alternative of breaking the grip of the dimocrats and the repugnants have on our the government of this country. the dims and repugs have sold out the american dream. the american dream cannot also be built on the backs of poor people around the world and here in the usa.cynthia mckinney is the presidential nominee of the green party and everyone should support her now that the dims and repub have eroded many of our rights.matthewgalveston tx


You actually brought to the discussion two conservatives who sounded quite sensible by comparison to the representatives of the Bush administration. I certainly would welcome less government by the likes of Bush, Cheney, Rice, and less judicial "governing" by the supreme court (to the point of even defying american voters by decreeing the current president).


The american dream that brought me to this country, like so many others before me, is imprinted on the base of the Statue Of Liberty. The last eight years have been a betrayal of that dream, not only for previous and aspiring immigrants, but for citizens who trusted that their elected representatives would act in the best interest of all people, not exclusively those of the rich and powerful. Instead of facilitating the promise of the american dream, the administration is the very opposite of safeguarding the civil liberties so prized in the constitution: it is spying on its own citizens, building prisons at home, creating a wall at the border, and exporting military terror to other countries.


In watching tonight's program I am once again reminded that the treasure that is Bill Moyer's Journal is one of the last places in this vast media saturated society, where intelligent, civil discussion can be found.


I am a life long liberal and union organizer, and I can tell you after watching these two gentleman espouse their version of conservatism. and I could be assured that they could implement such a government, I would be more comfortable voting for them, rather than the position of the moment being spouted by Obama.


Well Capt. Badass,I am sorry you want to throw the old people under the bus!"Then, after that, all the people in America who were in their teens to 40's would be like..."By the way...no more old people. We've had enough. We love you--we'll miss you when you die. But honestly, you can't keep up with what's going on. You don't know what the internet is, you still think attack ads are cool, and you're starting to make the Supreme Court house smell like peas and Bengay..( a form of racism agism?)All the old fogies I know spend a LOT of time on line and are really skilled at it!I am watching the Learning Channel's Ashley SHow. It is appalling, this bikini designer & her young cohorts, out of money, preparing for Hollywood fashion week, SO UNPROFESSIONAL! Now I understand why the expensive gowns seen on the red carpet don't fit very well. They are designed by the seat of their pants, not skillfully! When I was that age I was VERY skilled. At 69 I am even more skilled!I have ALWAYS lived with integrity, if I hadn't I might be more comfortable financially!But from the perspective of wisdom; we were closer to Utopia 45 years ago thanwe are now. America has been regressing for 30 years!


The "American dream" has been outsourced to China and India, as we watch their standards of living rise at our expense. That's what globalization has been about, allowing corporations to do business wherever they like and trade wherever they like with no regard to civil rights, labor laws or environmental standards. We have succeeded in making corporations far more powerful than individuals or countries. And capitalism doesn't care about ethics, morals or compassion, so until the U.S. and other governments find the balls to rein them in like the trust-busting of 100 years ago, we will watch the "American dream" shrink along with our living standards. A modern definition of the "American dream" also needs to include sustainability, but poorer Americans will have a harder time adopting more climate-sustainable habits because they are more expensive, just as many poorer people have bad diets because fast food is cheaper than good food.


This sounds like some pretty sorry comments, just give up. We are helpless victims.What can we do at the hands of a big corrupt government? Well I don't agree! I think this sick screwed up government is our fault! This president has done things that any other country would not put up with.We need to tell Obama that the constitution DOES matter!80 % of us want change, HELLO, we want change!!! We as a people have not done our duty as americans. We need to take a lesson from jewish americans. They are envolved, they have a voice, they make things happen.We need to listen up, we need to get envolved and stand up and complain,make some noise, donate to causes we believe in and things will change !


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