Originally Posted by strange_wings
I remember useless stuff, and unfortunately have a tacky habit of reminding people sometimes.
The fact that you missed the thread and started another isn't an issue (people are posting, aren't they?), but I always wonder about the people who comment and have commented in a previous thread or three and act as if the topic has never been discussed before.
I suppose you see similar patterns in posts you have to edit or delete - people repeating things they've previously been told not to post. Is it forgetfulness? persistence, or just the desire to be part of a group/group discussion? (completely O/T, sorry.)
I think many are just being polite, because they realize people (like me) have missed very similar threads.
Originally Posted by fwan
I wear my watch on my right hand, I hate having to look at the cellphone for the time, I find it really unprofessional especially at work.
I don't think it's a generation thing as some of my students are 50+ and don't wear them because of their cellphone.
I broke the glass on my watch last week and I miss it terribly!
You're right, there are plenty of older people who also rely on their cell phones for the time, but I'm under the impression that even more younger people do
You can probably get the crystal replaced at a jewelers. You might want to check out amazon.de Marketplace, as Casio watches are on sale right now at very
I think I'm probably so dependent on watches and the "correct time" from teaching for so many years, with a different timetable every day, and a twice-early schedule change. Commuting by rail just adds to it.
We've got four radio-controlled clocks (kitchen. living room, bedroom and bathroom), and two of my watches are radio-controlled. My husband only wears his watch to work, because he says there are clocks all over the house, which isn't really true.