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About LordAnubis

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  • Birthday 02/15/1986

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  • Location
    Perth, West Australia
  • Interests
    Remote Control Cars mainly and cigars of course.

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  1. LordAnubis

    FOH: A Week In Pictures.

    Night shift at the job controlling trains and trucks and pumps and crushers from 2000km away. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I haven’t had too many cigars of late. I wonder if I should have a cigar at work on night shift to keep myself up [emoji848] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. LordAnubis

    email of the week.

    Hi, As I’m sure you can understand, there are many people of the lowest level of character whom only exost on the internet to disgrace and take advantage of hard working individuals. Those people bring a blight to humanity and just this week I was emailed about being a distributor of fake cigars! As you are an experienced cigar aficionado I welcome your input for how you believe the cigars you received are fake. Please provide comparisons of the cigars you received from with cigars you received from your alternate, legitimate source. We’ll see what we can do. You’re more than welcome to join the friends of habanos forum, introduce yourself and what you do, and then put your comparison pictures up for public debate on authenticity. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. LordAnubis

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Is a humdinger similar to a cracker? [emoji23] yeah mate. Keep one for me the next time I make my way to UK [emoji1417] I’m balls deep in my HUHC at the moment. Can’t get passed them. Though hearing lots of good things of the Medio coronas. Might have to crack my box that’s been sitting there for a few years.... or buy a freshie. [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Eat everything I can’t possibly eat without getting “those” looks. It’s just not worth it [emoji23]. And spend time with guys I can’t spend time with cos “don’t you like spending time with me” is also not worth the heartache [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Ohh so after another stuff up by these guys (only Allah knows how they can reduce their staff by 25% and improve their efficiency[emoji23]) I put in a complaint with the ceos office. Within 2 hours someone from their office called me back and said he was looking into it. Get a call today saying they’re now giving me 50 gigs of data and 20 buck discount on my bill every month now as well [emoji23]. Maybe I should change plans more often. At this rate I’m not going to have to pay any bills ever [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Put in a series of complaints with the office of the ceo (google Telstra office of ceo and it’ll take you to the page). And mention you’re about to lodge a complaint with the telecommunications industry ombudsman. Also mention your fair and reasonable resolution for this dispute is 3 months waived bills. Thats worked a treat for me on so many occasions in the past. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. So here’s my latest dealings. Wife and I pay 89 a month for 15gb of data to share between us. And I get 500 bucks of calls and she gets 1000. Their new plans are 49 bucks for 15 gigs of data each. I go to their online chat thing yesterday and say I want to sign up. He says ok. Goes through whole process. I get no confirmation or anything. And my plan doesn’t change. Go back to chat today and ask what’s going on, apparently there no order int eh system for this change. So I ask to just give me a number to call. He gives me one. I call said number and it’s out of business hours. Go back to chat and do my usual “listen here you useless good for nothing .....” the person says she’ll change the plan. And give me a bonus of 5gb data per month to use. I say I want 10 gigs of data and I want you to waive the first month of fees on both plans. She says she can’t do that. I say no worries, cancel both accounts then. She speaks to manager and then comes back with an ok. So now we pay 98 dollars a month (9 dollars more) and get 40 gigs of data a month (25gigs more than before) and we get unlimited talk and text and first month free. I love Telstra [emoji23][emoji16][emoji1417] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Green fields investment right? Why risk money on something completely new when the oldish rehashes will likely generate de-risked returns. People are going to watch them. I saw the newer Star Wars and thought they were the same as the older ones. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. LordAnubis

    FOH: A Week In Pictures.

    Within spitting distance from them. Pilbara minerals. It’s weird working for a ASX listed company. Have to be very careful about what I say from fear of giving people information that’s not available to the market [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. LordAnubis

    The next cigar trend....and why?

    I think no date boxes. Hell no real packaging will be the next thing. And the Cuban LE will be the only things with date codes associated to them. Why? No idea. Can control some markets of vintage stuff I reckon. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. LordAnubis

    FOH: A Week In Pictures.

    Finally got to kick the plant in the guts the first batch of lithium concentrate produced. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Mate he was there every other day [emoji23] Let’s not get too close to that topic though [emoji13] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Eid Mubarak to all of my FoH brothers and sisters and your families. We have just finished our month of fasting and my first cup of coffee in a month went down a treat. [emoji16] So a bit about how Eid is announced. There’s a committee. As always. This ones called the moon sighting committee. They’re all around Australia and their job is to physically sight the crescent of the new. See Islamic months, being based on a lunar calendar, vary to either 29 days or 30 days. So the month of ramadhan can either be 29 days or 30 days long. So on the 29th day of ramadhan the committee gets their binoculars out and goes to sight the moon. Basically if anyone in Australia sees the moon then ramadhan is declared over and Eid is announced. If the moon is not sighted then you carry on and fast the 30th day and then ramadhan is over. This time there was some hilarious sequence of events. The moon was declared not seen everywhere. Then in the last minute out of the blue 5 people in some random small place declared they’d seen the moon and declared Eid. Now obviously no matter who sees the moon there is a process of corroboration of evidence and such. These 5 people were asked to come forward to verify their observations. 1 refused and so 4 were left. The 4 people were asked to give their testimony on the shahada (under oath). 2 refused and now there’s 2 left. The two that provided testimony had conflicting information. And hence Eid was declared on Saturday and not Friday. So there’s an insight into the hilarity that ensues when being a Muslim [emoji23] Today my family and I go to the mosque for morning prayers, then come back home and is just a day of visiting family and friends and trying to not go into a food coma after a month of fasting. The first people you visit on this day are the families of people who have passed away in the past year, and people with whom you may have had falling out etc. It’s a time of reflection, healing, love, laughter, friendship, celebration and devotion. I wish you all a wonderful day of Eid whether you are celebrating or not. May we all protect those who need our help, may we all be thankful for all that we have, may we all strive to improve ourselves and may we all be the light to make this world a better place. Mus Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. LordAnubis

    FOH: A Week In Pictures.

    Processing plant. Only part of it. Making lithium. That drum thing is 10 metres long by 5 metres tall for scale reference. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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