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  2. LLC

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    ARG ABR 14 Sir Winnie. Awesome cigar and had it watching a great game 5 Raptors win in Milwaukee [emoji459] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. ThePolskiOgorki

    So, what are your recent acquisitions?

    I have seen them go for as high as $1,800 USD, but average is around $1,400 USD in the secondary market. Hard to believe really.
  4. Chucko8

    Box of the Day

    PLMC... yummy
  5. MD Puffer

    Friday Funny : Family Feud

    Ahhh, the days of sitting around and watching game shows and reruns of Northern Exposure in the middle of the day. I miss college.
  6. Habana Mike

    First post on FOH?

    Hey Gary! Thanks for responding. If you go to your profile and click on "See my activity" on the top right you'll see a list of your posts. On the green bar there's a string of page numbers with ">>" at the end. Click on the ">>", scroll to the bottom and there's your first recorded post. For you it's
  7. LLC

    First post on FOH?

    August 16, 2011 with 3260 posts. Don’t know what the first one was but I know I joined because Rob and Hamlet were coming to Toronto for a MegaHert[emoji3481]. I had been lurking but that made me decide to join. Best move ever, as I met many people at that event that are great friend to this day. Since then met a lot of other people because of cigars since then from all around the world. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  9. Habana Mike

    First post on FOH?

    Right! And you joined in January 2015 7,283 posts - quite prolific indeed! There, did it for you!
  10. JohnS

    First post on FOH?

    When the forum was upgraded a few years ago some posts from the past were lost. I mean, I lost 8 posts myself!
  11. ... it think a little fact checking is in order here. I am not here often enough these days to want to get into what I would normally consider a spirited debate of the policies and preferred tactics of the left and right. Both can hatch their share of crazies. Take a moment to research those that attempt to kill presidents... mostly left leaning or right leaning? You mention Christchurch, so be it. How about the hoards of others who have a left bias? Want to talk about the Bernie Sanders supporter who shot up the Congressional baseball game. Lets start a list and look at the score card. Ultimately however there is a difference between criminal, citizen oriented hate and the crime that surrounds it, and the wholesale slaughter of entire states in events commonly referred to as genocide. Genocide is more commonly associated with socialism (national socialism for example), Soviet Marxist/Leninist socialism, and all flavors of other leftest dogma oriented governments from China, Cambodia and a host of other leftist run countries. When comparing the right and the left, one might take note that the right offers one the opportunity to defend one's self and property, freedom, sovereignty. The left on the other hand empowers the state, creating the very possibility of an 'insane' leader killing millions. Venezuela, once the jewel of central America, where is she now? That is not the 'right' at work. Me, I would prefer to go down fighting and rather not be left to starve as some leader would dictate as they try collective farming, or some other far out leftist idea to perfect man. I sit proudly on the right. I have the right to protect myself and have both the self control and the respect for life, and property that keeps me from assailing anyone. That is because I still have at least some respect for the rule of law. When you are on the right you maintain that individuals can keep power and not abuse others with it. On the left they have no such believe or confidence. Yet it is on the left that the there is history of government sanctioned genocide, the very abuse of power that kills not a few dozen people, but dozens of millions of people. Yet the left, unwilling to acknowledge history and continues to press its agenda of central power, planning and distrust of the citizenry. Both sides carry some guilt for localized crime. One side carries the burden of millions of deaths and genocide. I choose to believe history. I choose to empower myself and my fellow citizens to defend themselves, a mantra of the right. And the mantra of the left, high taxes, high regulation, a slow economy, poorly run healthcare, poorly run schools, frustrations of red tape... with no escape... and good old plain tobacco packaging... Look at LA, SF, NY, Chitown.... Needles in parks, homeless gangs on the streets, massive death counts due to crime, human shit in the subways...! Who runs those towns, right or left? Lawlessness! Look no farther than the left. Case rests. Cheers! -Piggy
  12. So I joined in January 2007 and have had a post or two since then. Was looking at the profile and clicked the "SEE MY ACTIVITY" button. Shows 5,506 posts and 237 pages of history! Clicked the double right arrow >> to go to the first posts and, while I am absolutely certain I posted prior, this is the first one in the history: Curious when you joined, how many posts and post up a link to your first! PS: Vindicated on the RACF regardless of Rob's initial take!
  13. I can see it in VR. You described it perfectly. La Gloria Cubana No 2 does it for me. Clean Cuban tobacco at it's finest. There are cascading flavours everywhere but it is all underpinned by pure Cuban tobacco.
  14. wade1979

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Enjoying this SLR on the deck, after power washing said deck. Enjoy your weekend FOH!
  15. CampDelta369

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Partagas evening. Perfect finish to the day that started out with clouds and drizzle. A too firm of a roll and regrets my Easy Draw is at home. Going to suck it up. Starts out nuts, cream, leather, black coffee w a spice hit. A beautiful wrapper. Cheers boys.
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  17. while these some in just over 40. I would say quality is amazing ! Even at 100 a bottle Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. Correct. My error. All sweet!
  19. sooooo annoying Perla/Minuto/Half Corona ......all good. Corona Gorda is lumped in with a few others in two weeks. I now remember why I stopped doing it this way
  20. JayHabanos

    FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Romeo y Julieta- Short Churchill Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  21. Both very good .Aet series at $39 Bishop..around 35 notes
  22. MIKA27

    FORMULA 1

    Webber-owned Red Bull F1 car is a Vettel race winner The Red Bull Racing RB6 that Mark Webber has in his personal car collection is a Sebastian Vettel race winner. Webber was supposed to be given his Monaco GP winner at the end of the 2010 season, however that chassis was destroyed by his infamous backflip in Valencia. Instead he had to settle for chassis 03, which started life as Vettel's 'Luscious Liz' car, and helped the German to victory at that year's Malaysian Grand Prix. Vettel continued to race the car until Monaco before complaints of poor handling saw him debut a new car at the Turkish Grand Prix. A hairline fracture in chassis 03 was later repaired and Webber took over the car after Valencia, winning the British Grand Prix – where he made the "not bad for a number two driver" comment post-race – and the Hungarian Grand Prix. He then crashed the car in South Korea, which effectively ended his 2010 title hopes. "As part of our contract negotiations we said, 'at the end of the year, can we have a car?'," Webber told the V8 Sleuth podcast. "I won Monaco in 2010 but I destroyed that car in Valencia, so I went to the next-best car – [from] when I said: 'Not bad for a number two driver…' "That one's got a bit of history, that's a good car to own. Sebastian won the Malaysian GP in it that year, and I won the Hungarian and British GP. There's a lot of fastest laps and podiums… it's a pretty special chassis, that one. "Red Bull, the guys did an absolute incredible [restoration] job. That car is absolutely as it crossed the line. Beautiful, beautiful car. Everything, right [down] to the sticker of the British Grand Prix for 2010. "That car is in a museum at the moment and will be in the new Silverstone museum when it opens. While not permanently resigned to being a museum piece, Webber hinted that the car is unlikely to run again – despite constant requests from former Porsche teammate Timo Bernhard to have a go. "It could run, but I think I'd need 15 [Renault engineers] over to have a test day somewhere with it. Timo Bernhard, my teammate at Porsche, has always been busting my nuts that 'we've got to do a track day!' "But I'm not as enthusiastic as he is!"
  23. MIKA27

    FORMULA 1

    "Silly" Ferrari rules veto "makes no sense" for F1 - Williams Claire Williams says it is "silly" and "makes no sense" that Ferrari can veto Formula 1 rules and is expected to keep that right despite sweeping changes planned for 2021. F1's governance is a democratic process but Ferrari has had the ability to block a regulation change for decades. Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said during the previous grand prix weekend in Spain that he was optimistic of keeping the veto amid discussions over F1's 2021 rule overhaul and Ferrari's negotiations to continue in grand prix racing. Binotto said that Ferrari's veto was "not only protecting us, but it's protecting all the teams hopefully we can keep the same rights", but that has been countered by several of Ferrari's rivals. Asked if she agreed with Ferrari's right to have a veto, Williams's deputy team principal said: "No, I think it's just silly, if I can be honest. I have a problem in our sport anyway in the fact I feel it's far too democratic. I've been quite open about that. "I feel that F1 and the FIA should take more ownership in the regulations. We want it too much in a collegiate way, which is detrimental when we all have our own agendas. "We need to be looking at this sport and its sustainability for the future, protecting it and protecting the true DNA of that. Doing that by committee can be very difficult. I don't think one team should have the right to a veto. That makes no sense to me at all." Williams's stance was backed up by fellow team chiefs who joined her in Thursday's official FIA press conference in Monaco. Red Bull team principal Christian Horner called Ferrari's veto "pretty outdated". "You can view it two ways: it's a safety net because they're representing the teams but also they're representing Ferrari," he said. "Probably, if we're going for a clean sheet of paper, it would make sense for it not to be there, as Claire says, the same rules for everyone." F1 and the FIA are finalising wide-ranging changes to the world championship, including sporting, technical, regulatory and financial matters. Renault F1 boss Cyril Abiteboul and McLaren F1 CEO Zak Brown believe that the rulemakers could look to honour Ferrari's history in another way. "We need F1 to be progressive, rather than defensive," said Abiteboul. "An ability to block due process that can be perceived or deemed to be a positive for the sport is probably not good. "We completely recognise the specific value of Ferrari to the sport, which can be reflected probably in the commercial agreement and not into the governance." Brown joked that "it's very kind of him [Binotto] to offer to represent the teams' interests". "I think we all have varying interests," said Brown. "So, we're best having our own individual negotiations, when and if that is appropriate. As Cyril said, Ferrari bring a tremendous amount to the sport, and that can be recognised in other ways."
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