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132,378.  They have the best giftshop at Auschwitz.  They have, here it comes, yes, yes, smoked ham, a Hitler watch – the hands when they get to noon – Heil! – And they have a pen – watch the Jews go in the oven, watch the Jews come out of the oven – too much?  Then I won’t tell you my Witney Houston joke.  (Comedy & Joke & Concentration Camp)  Joan Rivers, Don’t Start With Me, Netflix 2012

 

 

5,707.  The Reverend William Paley writing half a century before Darwin put the case with his famous watchmaker argument.  Imagine, Paley said, taking a walk on a heath.  If you came across a rock you wouldn’t be surprised.  The rock might have lain there for ever.  It doesn’t need explaining.  But a watch on the heath would demand an explanation.  Its existence and complexity would require a big explanation ... There must be a divine watchmaker.  (Evolution & Creationism & Intelligent Design & Analogy & Watch)  Professor Richard Dawkins, Why We Are Here

 

 

93,038.  I am a sundial, and I make a botch

Of what is done much better by a watch.  Hilaire Belloc, On a Sundial, 1938

 

 

93,039.  I’m very proud of my gold pocket-watch.  My grandfather on his deathbed sold me this watch.  Woody Allen

 

 

20,136.  This watch I have was first purchased by your great grandfather during the First World War.  It was bought in a little general store in Oxford, Tennessee ... This watch was on your daddy’s wrist when he was shot down over Hanoi.  He was captured and put in a Vietnamese prison camp.  He knew that if the gooks ever saw the watch they’d confiscate it and take it away.   The way your dad looked at it, this watch was your birthright ... So he hid it.  The one place he knew he could hide something was his ass.   Five long years he wore this watch up his ass.  He died of dysentery.  He gave me the watch.  I hid this uncomfortable lump of watch up my ass two years ... Young man, I give the watch to you.  (GBH Films & Watch)  Pulp Fiction 1994 ***** starring Uma Thurman & John Travolta & Samuel L Jackson & Harvey Keitel & Tim Roth & Amanda Plummer & Maria de Medeiros & Ving Rhames & Eric Stoltz & Rosanna Arquette & Bruce Willis & Christopher Walken et al, director Quentin Tarantino, soldier Koons to little boy Butch

 

 

115,208.  Back in the mid-1800s hand-crafted luxury watches were the only kind on the market.  (Time & Watch)  How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson s1e2: Time, BBC 2018

 

115,209.  Waltham: It’s a steal at $13 … The so-called soldiers’ watch.  (Time & Watch)  ibid.  

 

 

9,197.  Either this man is dead or my watch has stopped.  (Death & Watch)  Groucho Marx

 

 

102,141.  Couldn’t we just steal the watch, boss?  (Robbery & Watch)  Monty Python’s Flying Circus s1e6, non-illegal robbery, BBC 1969 

 

 

139,758.  We explore the multi-billion-pound industry of luxury gold watches.  We delve into the rich history of British gold mining.  And what will the future hold for gold?  (Gold & Watch)  The Wonderful World of Gold II

 

139,759.  With a reversible rose-gold dial, and twenty additional functions on top of telling the time, this one of a kind Patek Philippe Grandmaster Chime became the most expensive watch ever sold in 2019 after it went for around £23 million in an auction in Switzerland.  (Gold & Watch)  ibid.