That depends on how you classify working. The watch still moves forward, just a tick or two slower than it used to. So after a couple hours, sure that little difference adds up, but the clock is still moving. It’s just close enough to right that you still wear it and try to depend on it, but just far enough away to make you miss your meetings/public trasit/beginning of your tv shows. You can also still make it to a movie, but you accidentally miss the first 5 previews and had to hear about the upcoming romantic comedy from your buddy.
Comment by Illinois glass M. Michael Sheets — July 24, 2012 @ 12:20 pm
“He he he… Dock Ellis had it right, man. These blotters are great! I wonder if Ellis could prescribe drugs or if he got his name by living where they park boats. What is a word anyway? Just a bunch of sounds. Wow! The colors are breathing and Righetti’s ear turned into a Venus flytrap… I’m at WKRP in Cincinnati. Hey, I am in Cincinnati.”