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  1. Hard to say personally whether the prices have been climbing on NCs. Only have about 20 NCs left in my humidors. Maybe some padrons, some opus x. Not what I'd call value sticks. They were always not worth the cost compared to what you can find in cubans. Most of the time these days, I just don't feel like getting a pepper smack to my face.
  2. Cigar: really spicy non cuban cigars. Fuente hemmingway. things: a5 wagyu beef. It’s like chewing pure fat that eventually turns into a small piece of meat. Disgusting.
  3. Smokngear travelling cigar case with perfecdraw. Giant stinky ashtray. The travelling case has been a godsend. Removable separate storage pouch to put lighter and cutter so it can't mingle with the cigar. Multiple zipper compartments and a magnetized back to put on your motorcycle, or in my case, the fridge. Not bad for $30 bucks.
  4. "What we’re saying is we’re not going to take part in selling it. They are not going to buy it in our city. People’s right to smoke is obviously something we hold sacred," Said Councilwoman Lili Bosse. Well as long as they hold the right to smoke sacred. 🙄
  5. Work out routine? Push, pull, legs, off, repeat. I also make sure to curl a can or two of beer after my routine.
  6. Sounds like they'll only need to sell one.
  7. Freeze time too. Imagine the extra sleep I could get.
  8. In California, both gun and cigar groups feel heavily marginalized. I have a condo. I can not smoke inside or within 25 feet of my own residence per city laws. There are no designated smoking areas provided by our complex, indoor or outdoor, yet there are plenty of none smoking signs everywhere around the premises. Smokers would be left to walk out to the sidewalks to smoke, only to find newly placed no smoking signs out there as well. Currently, the only nearby place that it is legal to smoke is on the sidewalk a 5 blocks down in front on other people's houses, for now. If they actually made policy that they would mandate smoking areas every x feet, I really wouldn't mind, but it can be pretty frustrating when you legally have to walk 5 blocks down just to enjoy a smoke. With the rate it's going, I suspect smoking will only be permitted in designated tobacco shops. Likewise California has this thing called the hand gun roster. Basically any gun that hasn't been grandfathered as of 2001 will not be available to purchase in California unless that gun has the ability to uniquely micro stamp their bullets, a technology that is arguably not even possible yet for manufacturers. As manufacturers change their models or don't pay the reapplication process fees, their handguns drop off the list. Every year we seem to lose a hundred or so guns. Hence there are really no more new handguns in California. To be honest, I really can't understand how the state can pass such an act. Though, it is what it is. Sadly since there seems to be a seemingly restricting pattern for policy makers to enact laws that forbid and stop usage of some of these activities, it makes it more and more difficult for people who are trying to follow the law. In an ideal world, Gun policy would be made by gun users, and smoker policy would be made by smokers. Instead it seems to be made by the people whose ultimate goal is to outright ban their uses. Rule 8 No Discussion of Guns There is to be no open discussion or inflammatory imagery/ commentary of firearms. Such topics have invariably led to unwanted US political discourse.* Posting a stand alone photo of a bison on the bonnet of a dodge is inflammatory imagery Posting a thread stating that they are going to an pro or anti-gun rally is inflammatory commentary Let your benchmark always be "does this post Enhance the FOH Community" and you won't go wrong. * if there is an article written about Guns and Cigars then Rob is entitled to post it without inane complaints from the professional whingers on the subject. LOL, this is why I love this place.
  9. Real or fake, meh. First thing that comes to mind is would I really want to put that in my mouth? It's ugly as sin.
  10. I'd have to say the golden age of cigars started to happen with the advent of the internet, but could have started as early as the 1960s when President Kennedy generously decided to stop taxing cuban exports. 😅😅
  11. Yes, got scammed from a "farmer" on a tour in Vinales, Pinar del Rio, as recommended to us by our casa hostess. The whole town funnels people into their tours. The tour sell "coffee" which turned out to be ashes and "cigars" with a bait and switch to floor sweepings in them.
  12. This is a considerable step up from the madlibs articles you usually show us Rob.
  13. Yeah.. 71 or not... That's a lot of weight on those lat pulldowns.

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