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  1. Whynter or Newair pre fab frigadors

    I've had my whynter for a year and 5 months and it holds temp and rh. If it helps I lived in Atlanta, GA with hot humid summers and recently moved to LA. Still no issues. I used HF beads if that matters.
  2. I was thinking of the two and haven't seen them up head to head, but if you picked just one, which would it be? I've had a great siglo iv and great club allones, but never tried the gigantes. Am I missing out?
  3. 250... Wow I couldn't imagine what to do with over 1000. I'd probably take a break and retire haha.
  4. Hello from Kennesaw, GA!

    Welcome from another fellow GA resident!
  5. Cigar budgets

    I spend within my means. Since I smoke only like 3-5 a week and smoke nearly all myself, easier to stay in budget with a nearly full humidor.
  6. My dad's ash tray

    I always said cigars are more biodegradable the cigarettes
  7. Plugs: What do You Do?

    I dry box when I can prior to smoking, then try kneading the area that I think the plug is in, then try cutting more off the cap, then shishkabob through the plug. If all else fails I then toss it. I figure if I put my time and effort in obtaining it, I would try to get what I could from the smoke. Especially if I spent like $15+ on the cigar. If it was a cheaper one like less than $10, I'd toss it after kneading and dry boxing.
  8. i use it for transporting nc in a herfador when flying
  9. I would love to be a plastic surgeon
  10. Trading Area

    I can't wait till I can access it as well. Till then the 24:24's are my best friend
  11. Congrats! A gorgeous looking case. Enjoy!
  12. voting age

    Ideally with formal education one can make more informed decisions. then again if you are old enough to enlist in the military and die for your country, then may as well be able to vote

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