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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Vikinglord50, Sep 9, 2019.
So, just heard it was reported as $190k... which the hell is it?
His great grandfather bought the gold watch in a General Store in Knoxville, Tenneesee at the turn of the century. He then was enlisted to serve in World War I. Orion came home and gave the watch to his son Dane, who later served in World War II. At the Battle of Wake Island, Dane realized he might not make it home alive so he gave the gold watch to an Air Force gunner named Winocki He had Winocki promise to give the watch to his widow and his son. Odell's father got the watch and went on to serve in Vietnam where he was shot down over Hanoi and put in a prison camp. Odell's dad gave his friend, Captain Koons the watch to give to Odell. Captain Koons survives and returns back to the USA and gives Odell the precious gold watch.
Don't ask where the watch was previously worn.
This goddam guy smh.
Only person to ever wear a watch during a football game, college or professional. “Why they always gotta make this about me? If it wasn’t the watch they would have said something about the way I tied my shoes.”
Selfish POS makes it about him ALWAYS, then complains that it’s about HIM.
Just in case any watch enthusiasts are in here...here is the pic of the RM he wore.
Ugly as hell. I wouldn't pay $250, let alone $250k
Watches should be simple and easy to look at, if I cant decipher the time in 1 second its a bad design
Here's a much better watch:
It even has "WR" designated on it.
im an adult, i dont do digital watches
But it tells you everything immediately and is more cost effective .