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About Dijit

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  • Birthday 10/17/1964

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    Brownsburg, IN USA
  • Interests
    Cigars, friends, golf with cigars and friends, outdoors, campfires. Wow almost like I am filling out a singles advert! Married to the only person that can tolerate all of me and my kids.

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  1. Obviously I really need to step up my watch game. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  2. I'm sure Bill Clinton still has some of those left over. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  3. Even with cheap cigars I would be very depressed! Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  4. Instead of a coin. I have several of these from different organizations on poker chips. Much lower cost and last almost as long.
  5. Would your coin really be going to Rob or to the misses? I like the idea either way though. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
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  7. I remember it clear as yesterday. It was late June 1980. Cutting my neighbors grass. The only thing he had to pay me was a cigar and a cold glass of lemonade. It was an Arturo Fuente and I believe it was the 8-5-8. Made me sick as a dog. The next week he coached me on smoking cigars and it was sweet tea. He passed away that August. When he's daughter moved in she gave me his whole collection of cigars maybe 70 or so and his humidor. That lead to my first Cuban. A less than inspiring smoke as I knew jack about storing them back then. I was 15 that summer and I can still hear him telling me "slow down you big dummy," every time I would start to smoke it too fast. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  8. If we have not found a reasonably priced supplier. I may have a couple options here for either a silkscreen for T-shirts or a breast or pocket embroidery for Polos. It would be stateside so delivery may take a moment but its an option.
  9. Knowing how rough I am on things I think the metal one best but the MDF looks really good. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  10. I think your brother and I must be related! Love the card. Stealing the Idea for my brothers birthday an 3 weeks!
  11. No worries it's done that to me before too. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  12. Having a millenial and 2 generation Z kids has at times given me great insight and at other times great confusion. My millenial has done his level best to avoid education and conforming to the "norm". My 2 gen Z kids both seem to be level headed about most issues especially work, education, and conservation. Now granted these kids are all American made so to speak, so their vision is usually skewed that way. I did my best to raise them not to expect anything from anyone and self reliance. Whether that means they live in the woods and fending for themselves or in the big city I pretty much know they will be fine. My millenial is another story entirely. Since as far back as I can remember he has felt the government owes him. Whether we as a generation blame the boomers, the millenials, or the Z's it doesnt really matter as blame doesnt fix the issue. Then again neither do knee jerk reactions like a 10k gift apology. Sorry left off a final thought. The boomers in my opinion feel knowledge must be earned not just given. The reluctance comes from not showing the effort to earn said knowledge nor the ability to control said knowledge. Well at least that is how I teach my kids and share what limited knowledge I have to share.
  13. Always been a terrible fail at this...dammit. Of course if I tried/practiced more often I would probably get better. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  14. Well if I had to pick one to show what I look like it wouldn't do me any justice. I havent been fortunate enough to travel abroad much but from Florida to Washington DC to Dallas TX to California. Did a lot of shooting, eating, and learning about history. I cannot leave out I live in the self proclaimed racing capital of the world. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  15. Now this is a war I could really get to enjoy! Bring on the carnage!

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