luv2fly

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  1. Hot Chicken from Hattie B's.
  2. Burn line indicates quality

    I don't care if it burns pink, green, purple, or an off shade of whatever the hell other colors in the spectrum as long as I enjoy the cigar. (I would be confused by these colors but ultimately assume I was losing my mind and move on) Guess I have no idea what a quality cigar is.....
  3. So that is about $150 USD. That is the going rate for an open container where I live. Happened to a friend. Until around 1995 it wouldn't have been an issue here. No beer while fishing does not sound like fishing to me.
  4. Throw in a dryer sheet and problem solved....
  5. Amsterdam

    Legally, they can't say one word until you go over the duty limit. Over the duty limit, they could theoretically make the case that they are not for personal consumption or whatever other BS they can come up. Best case, one would pay the duty but who knows with those people. By the way, your mother can also bring back her own allotment of duty free cigars..... Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express once.
  6. Yes, thank you for your service. I still keep my grandfathers medals and dog tags in an old cigar box.
  7. Amsterdam

    Each person is allowed 100 cigars (Cuban or otherwise) duty free. Have him declare them and there will be no issue. Over the limit and duty may be added but it is rare from my experience but not unheard of. At this time it is perfectly legal to bring Cuban Cigars into the US for personal consumption.
  8. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Recent smokes. The LFDC RE was great. Sig III was ok, probably still too young. The real surprise was the RJ Petit Julietas a friend gave me. It was quite good.
  9. That was painful! Glad they made it back to the airport safe.
  10. Nice! Keep us posted on your progress. A bit of unsolicited advice, get your instrument rating. Could be a life saver one day. Most importantly, have fun.
  11. Thank you for your service!

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