Limited-edition Richard Mille 52-01, (30 of which were ever made) seen on the wrist of Dmitry Peskov who was mentioned in 'Company Intel report 2016/080' regarding Trump.
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6. You don't know this person as well as you think and s/he has income, inheritance, connections, or other resources that you are not privy to. (You state some good possibilities Paula.)
Thanks Au fait! I like your contribution! It's never a good idea to speculate or judge. We learn this early on in life. :)
I agree with you both.
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Never imagined in a million years that I would ever agree with even a syllable of anything you say, bradmasterOCcal, but I do agree with your question to ptosis, "Why do you care?" Why indeed? With all due respect, get a life ptosis.
Perhaps his friend loaned it to him for the wedding, as in something borrowed? Could be. Seriously, you think somebody would buy a watch that is 5 times their OWN official salary? You must be joking.
Something new, something old, something borrowed, something blue, applies only to a BRIDE....not the groom. I take it U were being sarcastic?
No, I thought it applied to the groom also. I was not being sarcastic.
Most certainly people do buy things that are expensive. Maybe it was borrowed, maybe it was a gift, maybe he did some nefarious deed to afford it. Who knows? But people do buy expensive things and he would be no different no matter his salary.