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NewOriginal Tissot T-Touch II Expert Black Rubber Strap Band for T013420 or T047420
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$68.50
Time Left: 27d 4h 0m


21mm Black Rubber Replacement Strap Band for Tissot T-Race T048417
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$24.95
Time Left: 21d 7h 54m


New Black Rubber Diver Watch Band Strap For (Fit) -Tissot- T-Race (T048417A)
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$54.98
Time Left: 3d 20h 10m


New Black Rubber Diver Watch Band Strap For (Fit) -Tissot- T-Race (T048417A)
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$54.98
Time Left: 3d 20h 10m


New Black Rubber Diver Watch Band Strap (20mm) For (fit) Tissot T-Touch
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$46.73
Time Left: 23d 9h 38m


New20MM RUBBER BAND STRAP FOR TISSOT PRS516 RACING BLACK RED STITCHING 5P
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$17.50
Time Left: 3d 22h 17m


New Black Rubber Diver Watch Band Strap (20mm) For (fit) Tissot T-Touch
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$46.73
Time Left: 23d 9h 38m


New20MM RUBBER DIVER WATCH BAND STRAP FOR TISSOT PRS 516 RACING AUTOMATIC BLACK #9R
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$19.95
Time Left: 6d 4h 35m


New Orange Rubber Diver Watch Band Strap For (Fit) Tissot T-Touch (20mm)
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$46.73
Time Left: 17d 21h 44m


New Orange Rubber Diver Watch Band Strap For (Fit) Tissot T-Touch (20mm)
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$46.73
Time Left: 17d 21h 44m


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Tissot Rubber Band - Bookshelf


Rubber World Rubber World

Rubber band stamp with means for adjusting tension and dismantling, F. Pitman, Bulla-Harre, Campbell street, East Kew, ... (D'er 24, 1915.). Gas mask. permitting prolonged stay in unbreathable atmospheres. . J. Tissot. (August 27, 1918.).

Classified List of Publications of the Carnegie Institution of Washington Classified List of Publications of the Carnegie Institution of Washington

To send water into the cylinder C, the three-way cock K is so turned that water flows through the rubber tubes / and H (the connection with the rubber tube ... The aluminum pointer 0 fastened upon the metal band above the spirometer indicates the position of the bell. ... Apparatus for registering the volume of air in the Tissot ...


Solo Flight: On Masturbation

May is International Masturbation Month , because hey, why not. ," but its genesis had to do with Unistat Surgeon General under Bill Clinton, Joycelyn Elders , saying publicly that masturbation is a safe way to explore sexuality and (gasp. So, in comparatively enlightened San Francisco, the response by sex-positive activists was to make May the month to celebrate masturbation, about which James Joyce once praised its "wonderful availability," and try to turn the cultural tide... It's been almost 22 years since the Erisian Ms. Elders was forced out, and it could be that she will be talked about as a cultural hero, a sexual freedom fighter, in a decade or so. It's in our hands, ladies and germs, so get to it. His spirit is... " In another place he says it's like "flying," which suggests I should take my own masturbations more seriously. Suppose one falls asleep - perhaps while working at one's desk - and has a vivid dream. The reality of the dream begins to pale as soon as one returns to a wakeful state, and one is then conscious of having temporarily left the mundane reality of everyday life. That mundane reality remains the point of departure and orientation, and when one comes back to it, this return is commonly described as 'coming back to reality' - that is, precisely, coming back to the paramount reality. Since 2013, consumer James O. Thach has received over 10,000 "review helpful" votes, and if you read his review you can see why. The warm reception for his review probably fits best into the third of Ingvild Gilhus 's three theories of laughter: the "relief theory," which says we laugh and feel relief for being able to express something over that which is forbidden. Robert Anton Wilson told me he thought this was one of his favorite theories of laughter, and why humor must be used if you're going to discuss taboo issues. Kant and Voltaire seemed to buy Tissot's idiot ideas about self-pleasure. If you didn't read the Wiki (I don't blame ya), you're probably still not surprised that, soon after the Romans (who thought you ought to fap or schlick with your left hand, something sinister about that), masturbation suddenly caused idiocy,... Not until around 1897 do we get Havelock Ellis, one of the great early sexologists, who called BS on all the fear and danger about masturbation....





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