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  1. I had an idea that he liked to fish. There is an old documentary about him that talks a bit about his substance abuse problems. At the end he's shown driving in his Aston Martin to a fishing spot close to his home.
  2. Italy is everything it's cracked up to be. You can't see everything but a day in Sienna is worth the effort.
  3. My short stay in Italy 5 years ago didn't turn up anything worth mentioning. I'd concentrate on enjoying Rome and Florence and do my cigar shopping in Australia.
  4. I've gone as deep as three 50 cabs. That's a lot for me but after 15+ years into Cuban cigars I have a good idea of what I like. Wallet wise, 4 cabs of PLPC might not be as deep as two 25s as, for example, Cohiba Siglo VI.
  5. I just got Numbers free from Apple. Thats right, my Mac is too old to have had it come standard with the computer and I wasn't going to pay them for it. It probably came with the software included with all Apple products starting a half hour after I got my machine. Does any one know how to move my inventory easily from Google Sheets to Numbers?
  6. Gamechangers Ep 3: A Legend In The Booth with Hank Azaria from Hank Azaria Love baseball on the radio.
  7. Partagas Lonsdales, RA 898, ERDM PC, and on and on and on.
  8. I love to smoke cigars in my car. The sun roof has an up - down function that cracks it about three inches and creates great air exhaust right out of the car. It's a bit noisy and the car will smell for a day but there is no saturation of smoke in the car and no one has ever said my car smells of smoke.
  9. Does anyone know how the MC 520 is coming along?
  10. Well, that's what happened. The guys reputation was ruined when people visiting his shop saw the counterfeits being banded and mixed in with real cigars. The cigar boards, at least the ones I frequented in 2004 or 5, were loaded with comments about the situation. I did confront him about the allegation. He denied it but sent me 3 cigars after I told him that I had smoked three from the box and they were dog rockets. Trying to get money back from a thief is a rough road to travel but at least there is satisfaction in knowing that his online business from loads of people who were on the cigar forums of the day was ruined. That's why I answered my rhetorical question with the answer, "Trusted vendors".
  11. True that, but what if one buys the box blind?
  12. Poor choice of words on my part. I'm referring to different box dates and codes. The first Hoyo pyramids to hit the market were much better than later ones. The first PSD#3 EL was more consistent over the time it was available.
  13. There was a story about a vendor from t beginning of the 2000s who would mix counterfeits in with high end authentic cigars. How does one protect oneself from that? Trusted vendors.

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