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Old 04-14-2011, 03:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Our Secret Angel is being generous again and has a new contest for the Freeks!

Welcome to the Watch Freeks Secret Angel Giveaway #11


** Contest #11 ends at 11:59pm EST on Sunday, May 1, 2011

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Secret Angel Giveaway #11 question for everyone to answer below:
Share with us a time when kindness was bestowed upon YOU by someone else?

**Simple or elaborate but, it needs to be a profound moment in YOUR LIFE that you are willing to share. Something that made a difference or caused a direction change in your life path.


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  • *** At the end of each contest our Secret Angel will read all the entries and pick the winner. The prize watch will be shipped directly to you!
  • *** We will not announce the winner here. The winner will find out they have won once the watch arrives!

  • IMPORTANT - After entering below YOU MUSTSEND A PM TO Watch Freeks Angel with your full mailing address so the prize watch can be mailed to you if you win. This information will be kept 100% confidential and only used for shipping the watches to the winner of the contest.
** Once the winner receives their prizes the Secret Angel requests 2 simple things from you.
  1. You please post a new thread on this forum with pictures and info about the new watch you have received
  2. ** Please note that you are not required to do anything, but we strongly hope you will participate and pay forward the positive energy being created by the Secret Angel Program.
Winner will receive the following watch:

Android Men's AD483BK Revolver Automatic Stainless Steel Bezel Watch

Brand Name: Android
Model number: AD483BK
Item Shape: round
Dial window material type: Mineral
Display Type: analog
Clasp: Buckle
Case material: stainless-steel
Case diameter: 48 millimeters
Case Thickness: 14 millimeters
Band material: leather-pig-skin
Band length: mens-standard
Band width: 24 millimeters
Band Color: black
Dial color: black
Bezel material: stainless-steel
Bezel Function: stationary
Calendar: Date
Movement: automatic-self-wind
Water resistant depth: 330 Feet

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Old 04-14-2011, 04:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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About four years ago I was hit head on by a distracted driver (cell phone). I was knocked out cold by the force of the accident and the air bag...yes they do hurt. My car a brand new Ford Fusion caught fire and very badly no one of course would do anything until 2 Hells Angels happened by and stopped and pulled me out of the car a few minutes before it became fully engulfed. This act of kindness saved my life. Here are 2 outlaws that stopped to help and saved my life they did not stick around and took off before the police arrived but hey stayed long enough to make sure I was not going to die and then left I did managed to find one of them and thank him..he called my wife at home on his cell...it goes to show you though that and act of kindness can come from places you least expect it.
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2 yrs ago went to the doctors office i didnt feel good, my doctor said i have phenomonia , i said ill go right now he said no and called 911 , i have copd and emphysemia,and trigeminal neauralgia , when i was in the emergency room they gave me empinefren and almost killed me i couldnt breath the had to give me a shot in the chest to rive me ,well i wound up on life support they said to my family make arrangements , i was split from my wife , cause wanted to date other women after 10yrs ,she came from another state and stayed by my side for 2 ,1/2 months , i think if it wasnt for her i wouldnt be alive ,i owe my life to her , i was a fool and a dog was the wosre thing in my life to wake in diapers and hands tied to the bed rails,even had to learn to eat and walk again after being in the bed so long. god bless my wife
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Old 04-14-2011, 09:03 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Well.....my story happened after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. As some know, my wife and I lost everything we owned in Katrina, 2 homes, my truck, everything in the two homes....beds, furniture, TV, electronics, clothing....everything. We lived out of a hotel room for 10 days before the company my wife works for bestowed upon us a check for several thousand dollars to get us an apartment, pay off our hotel bill, etc. Just a few days after we moved into our new apartment with just a king sized bed and the clothes we brought with us, we started getting checks in the mail from all across the USA, Canada, Australia, The UK, Europe....all over the world....from people who only had one thing in common with us...they love Bichons Frises. We still have all the cards these wonderful, caringpeople sent us...in fact my favorite was from a 6 year old boy....now 12 years old....who sent us the money he was saving up for a bicycle....because he said he was sad that we lost everything we had...and he want us to know that a little boy from Pennsylvania cared about us!!!
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I got divorced this year from my wife of 9 years. She had a 3.5 year old son when we first got together, and he is now 14. Throughout the relationship, his father has been in and out of jail, and rarely came around. His mother was diagnosed bi-polar in our second year of marriage, so she was unable to connect with him in the way he needed. Through thick and thin, I've essentially been the boys father, taking him to soccer practice and games, helping him with homework, and whatever else I could do to lend a hand. My ex and I split up in May of last year, and I was spiraling into a depression because she had an affair, I was losing my family, and I was losing what I considered my son, as I had no legal rights to the boy. My son saw all this, and for fathers day, he sent me a card that will mean more to me than anything else in this world. Little acts of kindness go a long way to changing how you look at your life, and this has to be one of the smallest, but most important ones in my life so far.

Here's what he sent:





To this day, he still calls me "dad" and his birth father by his first name. He comes over on weekends, and I still take him to soccer games. He texts or calls me when his mother goes out partying during the week. Some bonds just can't be broken, and it took at wise (at the time) 13 year old to remind me of that.
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This is simple but I always remember and try to live my life with better perspective. Both my parents died of cancer one year apart. Being the youngest in the family I cared for and comforted my parents in their final days, upon their passing I was at the cemetery and an older man approached me and noticed I was a frequent visitor to my parents grave. He spoke to me about his life, his challenges, and his loss and after listening to him he gave me a coin which he said gave him luck, reminded him of where he'd been and perhaps it would help me where I am going. That was 23 years ago and I still have that coin.
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In a less heart wrenching, but more watch related vein:

A while ago I sold a watch I favored very much. About 6 months later I realized the mistake and re-acquired one. Sadly, with the watch i sold I parted with a somewhat unique strap that I felt suited it every so well. Getting another one of these was a less simple task and I was almost resigned to have to settle for a simply but not identical strap. I figured before this I would ask the buyer if he still had the strap and if he would consider selling it back to me at whatever he wanted for it. Not only was he willing to part with it for my sake but rather than attempt a gouge me for whatever he could he simply sent it to me without asking for anything but my address.

In an often jaded world I find its often these small gestures that show our true strength. The acts done out of virtue rather than obligation, habit or otherwise.

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Old 04-15-2011, 12:57 PM   #8 (permalink)
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On my drive home from work during an extremely heay downpour, I was coming out from a side road into the main road and traffic was very heavy at that hour. A big white Mercedes stopped and gave way for me to enter the main road. I gave a wave to thank the driver although I could not clearly discern the person behind the wheel. At such a peak hour & everybody rushing home, I was really impressed with the random act of kindness. As I continued driving along the left lane, I signalled right to avoid the gridlock on the left due to cars turning into a left lane. And you know what, the same big white Mercedes gave way to me again! That really stunned me.

When I finally got home & took time to reflect, I realized that I do actually encounter many small acts of kindness im my daily dealings that always make my day a happy one indeed. So thanks to all the kind souls out there who have put a smile on my face.
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I got divorced this year from my wife of 9 years. She had a 3.5 year old son when we first got together, and he is now 14. Throughout the relationship, his father has been in and out of jail, and rarely came around. His mother was diagnosed bi-polar in our second year of marriage, so she was unable to connect with him in the way he needed. Through thick and thin, I've essentially been the boys father, taking him to soccer practice and games, helping him with homework, and whatever else I could do to lend a hand. My ex and I split up in May of last year, and I was spiraling into a depression because she had an affair, I was losing my family, and I was losing what I considered my son, as I had no legal rights to the boy. My son saw all this, and for fathers day, he sent me a card that will mean more to me than anything else in this world. Little acts of kindness go a long way to changing how you look at your life, and this has to be one of the smallest, but most important ones in my life so far.

Here's what he sent:





To this day, he still calls me "dad" and his birth father by his first name. He comes over on weekends, and I still take him to soccer games. He texts or calls me when his mother goes out partying during the week. Some bonds just can't be broken, and it took at wise (at the time) 13 year old to remind me of that.
I don't wish to add to the thread, I just wished to express how moved I was by this post.
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I would like to share with you a time when someone showed me an act of kindness. This was in reference to my brother in law who was very sick. After contacting my church in reference to my brother in law being sick (he was not a member of my church and had no priest to talk or turn to)and asking that he be put on a prayer list, my priest called me for his address so he could go visit him. After telling the priest how far it was, he stated that it was not a concern. My priest went and saw him. A few days later my brother in law died. There was no insurance and no money. The priest volunteered his services and the church and another person sold their truck to pay for the funeral. This was true kindness in a desperate time.
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I worked on cargo ships as Chief Officer and Captain from 1991 till 2003. For the last 7 years I have been working for Canadian Government owned ferry and Seabus here in North Vancouver.

The union, lots of benefits package (Such as working 1 hour over time only, and getting paid 4 hours minimum x 2 = 8 times straight wage time; etc . . .) turn this work and job into a very sweet deal.

But when I was working on the cargo ships (Mostly giant bulk carriers and dry cargo ships) I didn't have union. Some of the companies were not even paying the salaries regularly nor on time. I was lucky to work with decent companies back in Europe.

At one time, I was working as Chief Officer on a smaller ship. The company was a small shipping company. One day we were crossing Bosphorus to Black Sea. The young owner came to the ship to visit us. He said "Guys, I am sorry. Your salaries delayed 2 days (!). The freight delayed, but what I did was I sold one of my houses and paid your wages. So, nothing to worry". His last words shocked all of us!

There are still very decent humans among us. And I am so happy and proud to have this the most unique family: My Watch Lovers Family.

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14 years ago my 11mth old son was diagnosed with an ependymoma brain tumor and cancer. He went through 18 hours of very complicated brain surgery and then spent many months in the children's hospital intensive care unit. 2 weeks after his surgery I also lost my job which was even more stressful for my wife and my two other children at the time. about 1 month after losing my job the nurses in the cancer ward of the children's hospital invited in a very sweet couple who had heard about our circumstances and had gone around to their family and friends asking for donations for us that woud help us meet our basic expenses while we helped our little son do his best to recover. They presented us with a cheque that we very graciously accepted with huge tears in our eyes. It helped us to survive for the next few months until I landed a new job. It also permitted me to spend 8 to 12 hours a day in the hospital so that my wife and family were able to also get some rest. This was the kindest thing anyone has ever done for us in our lives. Our hearts were touched by such selfless sacrifice. We were so blessed at the time.

Thanks again to those sweet angels!!
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Old 04-15-2011, 07:51 PM   #13 (permalink)
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my story in my opionion is no where near as profound as mine, but I will share.

When I was 23 (I am now 25) my life turned upside down. My mother had already passed away 5 years prior, and I was living with my dad, working and going to school. One day I came home and found my dad dead on the floor. He had heart problems. At one moment I lost everything, besides my father passing away my company of 6 years closed the same week and I lost my job. My house which was in my name and everything in it. I am lucky enough my aunt took me in recently after losing my home and job. She is like my mom and makes me feel comfortable, makes me have some faith in humans again. I have been working very hard to stay on my feet, it has not been easy but there is some brightness at the end of the tunnel.

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Early in my watch collecting, another collector gifted me an early Invicta Corduva I was drooling over. I did not even know him. That is the kind of folks that I like to be associated with. Generous to folks they do not know for no other benefit than the joy of giving.
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This isn't a life saving story but it's all about watches and watchfreaks.
As a beginning Dutch watchfreak and collector I saw the Renato T-rex on the internet. This was the watch I wanted for my birthday and I immediatly started filling in the orderform on the BuyRenato site. A big dissapointment because I couldn't select a carrier for the Netherlands.
After a few email it becomes clear, they won't sell abroad.
But, as a real freak, I wanted that watch!
Searching the internet for other watch / Renato freaks I stumbled upon a nice forum, watchfreaks, and posted the question if anyone had a idea or solution for my birthday problem.
Very soon someone called Budabear left me a message and we started writing. After a few posts he proposed ordering the watches for me and sending them to the Netherlands.
And so it happend, someone I don't know at all who lives 10000 km's away took all the trouble of ordering and sending the watches to the Netherlands for me.
Every time I wear one of the watches I'm remembered of this kindness and say "THANKS BUDABEAR!"
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This is not that big of a deal but a few years ago I went tough a very nasty divorce. I am still dealing with the drama. But any way my best friend of over 20 years took me in for over a year while I dealt with it.
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Old 04-19-2011, 03:28 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Well, I wasn't going to submit anything here because of some of the truly heart warming stories are all great and are winners in my book. I thought some more about it, and for no other reason than to share with you the kindness I have received here in this forum should be acknowledged.

Most of you may remember the time I ordered a Zodiac from the dude in the UK. Well as a result of getting horns-waggled, some inspirational people stepped up and blew my mind. Don started a paypal hat passing, and then Den went one step farther and actually sent me one of his Zodiac's from his personal collection. That is about the nicest thing that has happened in my watch collecting career, and IMO deserves to be re-acknowledged. I also received an Invicta from the Secret Angel just to show that there are incredible people still out there. I everyone in this forum are very caring and thoughtful people and I am honored to be a part of this place.

Thank you all for being here as a place of solace for me.

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This can't come close to matching any of the above but here goes: When I was about 4 years old my younger sister and I were in a Ben Franklin variety store (five and dime) with my mom. This would have been around 1966 in Lindsay OK. My sister Kelly and I saw a red and white toy plastic Cessna airplane. We both wanted one. My mom being frugal said 'No, not right now'. I beleive they were a dollar apiece at the time. Well..when my dad got home from the refinery later in the afternoon we both went to him to tell him about what we had seen at the store. He took us down there that evening and bought one for us both. My mom was still in college getting her teaching degree so money was tight. Thats just has my dad was and still is to this day.
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Several years ago, I was diagnosed with Lymphoma. I had not been feeling well for a while and finally went to the Dr. He told me to go to the hospital. I did and I was told I had large tumors. I got a ct scan and was told that the swollen mid section that I had was caused by the tumors that I had.

The ER Dr. told me I had massive tumors and I more than likely had cancer. He told me I was more than likely in the last stages of the disease and I needed a oncologist badly. I knew of one and the Dr. called him immediately. He spoke to the Dr. and told him that I needed to see him immediatly.

My wife took me to the Dr's office and he had the results of the ct scan and he told me that I did have tumors and that I more than likely was not going to live. He said that he needed to get a biopsy as soon as possible so he could see what he was dealing with. He moved mountains and got a Dr. to immediately do the biopsy. They put a med port in my chest when they did the biopsy. I had over 8 litres of fluid in my stomach cavity and then they started to do the biopsy, this fluid started to come out. It was poison given off by the tumors. They found that I had lymphoma. I started chemo and took it every week.

I had been collecting watches since I was a young kid. My first was an Bulova Accutron Tuning Fork Watch. I got it in 67 I believe. I had purchased a few more watches over the years but didn't really start to get more watches until later in life. When I was diagnosed with cancer, I had over 100 watches. I suddenly had no income and had bill after bill to pay. I could not work and didn't now how I was going to pay hospital bills and Dr bills. I had just got a new Sthurling Automatic watch and my Dr (who owns Omega) commented on the watch. I was able to trade a watch that I had for a new Sthurling for him. I gave him the watch and he was so appreciative.

A guy who I met online on one of the other watch forums,(in my town) said he would help me sell the watches that I had so I could pay some bills and eat. He did watch repair and seemed to be honest. He came and picked up almost 100 watches from me and said he would look them over and give me an estimate as to how much he could get for each watch. A few weeks passed and I heard nothing from him. I called and left a message and nothing happened. I called one night and a woman answered and she said he didn't live there. I asked where he lived and she said she didn't know. She said he had left her and she did not know where he was. I told her that he had taken my watches and she said apparently he had several peoples watches by the calls she was getting. I ask her if she would let me know if she found out where he was? She said she would. I didn't hear from her for about a week or two so I called her. Her phone was not working !!!

I was rather upset. NO answer and NO watches. I had thousands of dollars in all the watches and needed to sell them so I could pay bills. I made a police report and filed charges on him. They say they never found him and I never got a penny for all the watches that he took.

I was on another watch forum and said something about what he had done and I was asked his name so everyone could be on the lookout for him. Nothing ever came of it except, a very nice gentleman sent me a watch to help cheer me up. He told me he would understand if I needed to sell it but, I could not or will not sell it. He made me feel so much better. I know that I have lost thousands of dollars of money by loosing my collection but, that one man made my day by being so kind to me.

I hope none of you ever have to go through cancer. Not only does the disease rob you of your health but the chemo is so terrible I can not explain it...

Whom ever gets the honor of getting the watch, I hope it brings you joy and makes you feel better about things.

God Bless All of You

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