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  1. EU-UK cultural incompatibilities - Footnotes

    [These are the footnotes to my previous blog post: ]

    1: In very brief, the Political Compass divides the usual one dimensional (single axis) ideas of 'Left' and 'Right' into two axes: The X axis (east-west) measures economic policy preferences and the Y axis (north-south) measures social policy preferences. I use the Political Compass because it prevents misleading conflation that simple ...

    Updated 19th June 2016 at 13:29 by markrlondon

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  2. EU-UK cultural incompatibilities

    Quote Originally Posted by Deckard81 View Post
    What is this incompatibility you speak of?
    You'll find my reply to the question above in the blog post below.

    The question above is in reply to my comment here, where I say the following. I have marked the key comment in bold:
    Quote Originally Posted by Summers dad View Post
    I'm sure I'm not the only one worrying, it seems crazy that we are all making a massive decision and nobody seems to have any idea what's going to happen.
    Indeed, I agree. Bear in mind, however, that remaining

    Updated 19th June 2016 at 09:44 by markrlondon

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  3. Seiko Monster bracelets compared: "49X8-GC" versus "49X8-GC Z"

    [This is a work in progress. I'll post a notification in this thread,, when I've finished it.]

    Oh boy, this really is an article of interest to WISs-only. ;-)

    Some time ago I was wondering if there was any difference between the bracelets for the old 7S26 Seiko Monsters (SKX779/SKX781) and the new 4R36 Monsters (SRP307/SRP309/SRP311/SRP313/SRP315) and so I began the thread at ...

    Updated 30th October 2013 at 06:12 by markrlondon

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  4. Tidying up...

    After almost a year I finally decided to tidy up the unfinished posts in this blog. We'll see if I can get round to posting a few new items.

    Updated 17th October 2013 at 16:23 by markrlondon

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  5. Today's watch: Orient M-Force CEX04001H0 Red Beast

    It's a beast, a Red Beast! Specifically it's an Orient M-Force Red Beast CEX04001H0. This watch is something of an acquired taste, I think. Clearly I acquired it.

    This model has been discontinued for some time -- I'm not sure how long exactly but several years. It was finally replaced in 2012 by the new Orient 'Beast', references SEL06001H (burgundy red dial), SEL06001D (blue dial), and SEL06001B ...

    Updated 18th November 2012 at 05:49 by markrlondon (Fixed typos)

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