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    they named it twice...
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    Cigars, Guitars, My wife (random order, i swear),
    Favorite teams: Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, Bayern Munich.

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  1. my hero living in NYC has been a struggle to smoke outdoors- the look of disgust from the person who sees me without my mask on, then watching their face morph into another level of disgust when i raise the cigar to my lips. i ❤️ NY
  2. I agree with you guys looking for extend a THANK YOU to all members who are law enforcement, fire department, doctors, nurses, EMT, or anyone else who may find their life on the line for their fellow men/women/children: THANK YOU
  3. i'm around art all day long yet that image is more satisfying than 60% of what i see regularly...
  4. you must see Breaking Bad. quite the ride, moments of sheer terror and twists that will have you yelling aloud at the screen. do it now! interesting take on Sopranos. i agree - nothing can be quite perfect. that show did something (at the time) that no other show did - it made you sit in that world and get to know the players. i believe it was either season three or four where entire episodes would go by and nothing would really happen. at the time it was frustrating but looking back now i realize that what David Chase and his team were doing was settling you into the world w
  5. the internet is partially to blame for the disappointment. so many set "leaks" that were false, speculative discussions where fans created stories better and more satisfying. by the time the episodes aired we who read all of that stuff were exhausted and ultimately disappointed because it never reached that fever pitch we had hoped for. When Sopranos' final episode was about to air there was plenty of speculation online but they absolutely nailed that finale. same with breaking bad. but GOT had no chance to satisfy those who obsessed with the ending before it actually happened. pro
  6. of course it's my first attempt at a post in years and i botch attaching video.... mine has forever been the Ronson Touch Tip Lighter that Sam Spade uses in The Maltese Falcon
  7. FOH blind tasting cigar number 4 for starters then absolutely a double corona, happy 4th!
  8. Rey Del Mundo Anniversario..... maybe now..... maybe Now.... maaayyybbeeeeee NOW..... maybe
  9. See, I'm torn here as I'm happy that they aren't writing the usual "non-Cubans are by far better than real Cubans" ridiculousness but damn... then I realized I've read this before, recently in fact... so I checked my browsing history: now this makes a bit more sense
  10. This is an interesting question and I have given it some thought. Think here's where I've ended up: recent production: Partagas D4, OBM MAR 16 With at least two years age: Montecristo Petit Edmundo, GMA AGO 14 The PE's actually surprised me as they were part of a clearance buy and looked a little pathetic but are smoking brilliantly.... Rob can even find the ugly ducklings! Update: took me a good nights sleep to realize the PE ISN'T a robusto... ?
  11. I am certain I've never had this cigar before. Just looking at it reminded me of the troublesome 99-2001 years; thin delicate wrapper with green splotches, quite toothy and with a large stem traveling the length of the cigar made for constant touch ups on the burn. Flavor wise it felt like a fresh stick, a lot of "green" spice with a hint of vanilla and cedar on occasion, some build up in the back of my throat. I would have preferred letting this one sit in storage for a long time. I'd like to know what it is to see if it's something I've ever wanted to try before but I'm certain I've neve

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