Jan 25th 2011 4:36PM At first glance I was reminded of the interesting Harry Winston Opus 8, a watch that took me a while to warm up to, now I am fond of the design.
Then I remembered the Swiss Railroad Wall Clock, a design so perfect that there is no need for any further design attempts.
Jan 24th 2011 8:01AM If Audi's vision of luxury was so progressive, It would be self evident and there would be no need to bash any other view. Fortunately Audi's engineers are much more progressive and classy then their marketing staff.
Dec 14th 2010 9:31PM Point 1) Well taken
Point 2) 1984, Fahrenheit 451, Catcher In The Rye, etc were not on the shelves of many libraries but were available to anyone including me. Ayn Rand is not available in any self respecting Left Wing bookstore, is she censored? I think not.
Point 3) The Warhol Foundation did not question the Smithsonian decision but withheld funds, their right. They are no more "bigoted" then the Smithsonian.
Dec 14th 2010 4:02PM What is the difference of Congress trying to bully the Smithsonian or the Warhol Foundation doing the same?
The work is not being censored, it is merely not being exhibited by the Smithsonian. It will be exhibited elsewhere and will revive more attention then it deserves. The artist is probably privately happy to be excluded and then receiving the publicity. After all, he even made the Luxist!
Nov 24th 2010 12:17AM This sale will not be an indication of true Strip property value. Anything south of Mandalay Bay is less then prime. There is plenty of under used land between Mandalay Bay and the Wynn. I will be a couple of years into the next boom before this land would show profit.
Nov 9th 2010 8:26PM So fifteen drivers can sit in gorgeous sports cars in the third worst traffic jam on the planet?
Oct 31st 2010 4:36PM This is a good looking timepiece with a decent movement at a reasonable price. I don't think it would earn a place in my watch wardrobe but I like it.
For that irritating three date window. I know it suppose to ascetically balance the dial but it should be only one date at a time (except for an occasional Vegas weekend).
Oct 29th 2010 6:18PM Charlie, everyone knows that this is the sort of activity that one wears one's Timex to.
Oct 20th 2010 9:32PM Your luggage should never be more valuable then it's contents.
It appears that Victoria's Secret shares that philosophy.
Oct 14th 2010 12:26AM Yes some Vertus are blinged and yes the concierge is nearly useless but a Signature in stainless and leather never looks, feels or sounds cheap. They are not terribly expensive compared to a good watch or suit.
The hundreds of useless and silly apps on smart phones seem a wasted expense to me. I keep a Blackberry switched on nine to five. My Signature does everything I need during the evenings.