lipher

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  1. these impressed me Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  2. the old ride... was a good car Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  3. cant make saturday but im at JR once a month on sundays... next time Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  4. Screws fall out all the time, the world is an imperfect place. Big trouble in little china is another classic full of one liners Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  5. Assuming an proper lighting, i would say and even burn line indicates a properly constructed cigar and consistent humidity of the tobaccos throughout. Burn line to me is important to have consistent flavor also. If you smoked short fillers based on scraps you know keeping a straight burn line is not easy. I tend to rotate while smoking to keep the "top" even As i write this the dpg 2018 15th anniversary has the ugliest ash that i could remember, in contrast to the very white ash of the 03 DD i smoked last week or any cc or nc ive smoked in the last couple months. Certainly an interesting
  6. They are smoking great... i dont mind a lighter stick every once in a while
  7. @andy04 thanks. I'll get some more seed... doubt any are "cuban seed"
  8. Nice brother I'm doing the same! started mine in peat pods. After about a 45 days they shot up... here my crops both pot and inground. Everything is growing in homemade compost and cow manure. I also have the PH on the lower side using and organic acidic granules... I'm hoping the heat lingers in the area otherwise I'll harvest and start dry/fermenting. The pots will make their way into my server room to continue growing under lights. I had a late jump so next year I'll start much earlier, and properly space the plants too I have about 7 different varieties growing.

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