How many angels can breakdance on a SR626SW

Is everyone still doing their opinion on quartz vs mechanical watch posts? Here's my conclusion, which I think many will find explains a lot. 

I appreciate a mechanical watch, I can sorta grasp how it works even if I don't know what things are exactly. It seems like something I could figure out, he typed as the Rubiks cube he's been trying to figure out for two years glares mockingly from the ottoman.* But to trap electricity to do your bidding? That's  wild stuff. I've seen a few youtube videos on quartz watches which explain everything logically,  but there's no chance I would figure it out on my own. So after more research**, I've reached my own conclusion: Some kind of magic. That's why quartz  analog watches sometimes have that shaky tic, the machinery has to hold back the fury of whatever djinn, angel or demon is captured in the battery, toiling away until some seal gives way and the nebulous creature can slip away undetected, free. This also solves the riddle of whether or not quartz watches have a soul with a resounding, kinda.


*i got one side and 80% of another since I started working on it again a few days ago.
**had and edible chased by an energy drink

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When you put on a mechanical watch, you can feel the vibrance of the soul through your wrist, which is why you feel happy.

With quartz, well they don't call it a dead second for nothin.

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Speaking of holding back the fury, have you ever seen a Mondaine Stop2Go?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MIZF-lANp4

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roberto

Speaking of holding back the fury, have you ever seen a Mondaine Stop2Go?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MIZF-lANp4

That's a really cool watch! The movement is wild! 

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nytime

When you put on a mechanical watch, you can feel the vibrance of the soul through your wrist, which is why you feel happy.

With quartz, well they don't call it a dead second for nothin.

In all seriousness, I really do like mechanical movements, seeing that seconds hand just sweeping around the face is even more magical in mechanical movements. 

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Bzilla

In all seriousness, I really do like mechanical movements, seeing that seconds hand just sweeping around the face is even more magical in mechanical movements. 

There definitely is something a little stern looking about the ticking quartz hand yes 😅 Which works well with certain watches I think!

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The whole problem with your logic is that Angels don't breakdance.  Lately, I only see them shuffle dancing.