Welcome ladies and germs. It's been a while since I've reviewed anything here in this forsaken corner of the poker blogosphere. So I wanted to pimp the latest from Timex. You know Timex, right? They've been around since forever. And they make awesome timepieces. You know how I know? Because I used to own one for the longest time. Let me share.
About half my life ago I was young and fit. I served in the armed forces of the only democracy in the middle east. I moved around a bunch and managed to set foot on all four corners of my country (and sometimes just a bit outside of it). There was a lot of grease involved and a lot of dirt. And through it all, my trusty Timex was there to tell me how long I had until that hell was over. I used it in a variety of ways:
- Alarm - good feature, but unnecessary because someone would always wake you up before you thought.
- Time telling - that is something extremely important, but yet again, someone was always there to tell you how much time you had left and move it!
- Date - now here is one that was crucial. Without it you were pretty much guaranteed to have no idea when you started on this journey.
- Coffee maker - yeah right.
Now seriously, all kidding aside, I relied on my watch a lot. Whether it was coordinating a silent attack where we had to sync watches or counting the seconds it took for an artillery shell to land so you could time your infantry attack just right.
Anyway, my point was - go get a Timex. And also, dig their new logo: