Lord Vader

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About Lord Vader

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  • Birthday January 3

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    Alabama
  • Interests
    The dark side, crushing the rebellion.

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  1. Sorry to hear that. I'm glad you had your priorities in line and I hope only an airplane was lost.
  2. Yeeeeeeah... maybe. But it ain’t gonna be fast and it ain’t gonna be cheap. You’re definitely going to need a bit of sheet metal work on the tail. Tornado get ahold of that poor Cessna? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  3. I earned my private certificate in 2003 and an instrument rating in 2004. I earned my A&P certificates in 2009. It's going to cost more than you expect, and it's probably going to take more time than you expect. Do it anyway; it'll be worth it. - Find a mechanic who is willing to show you more about your aircraft than you can learn from your CFI. This doesn't mean your instructor isn't knowledgeable (he probably is) but spend some time with the guy who fixes them. You don't have to learn to fix the thing yourself, but it's worth understanding exactly what it means when your alternator
  4. My experience with aging cigars for multiple years is hit-and-miss with whether or not the stick's flavor improves. I think the ones that I perceive as improved with age is marginal at best, and all in my head at worst. That said, I have found tremendous value in resting cigars for 3-6 months... Cubans even more than non-Cubans. There's certainly nothing wrong with smoking them right off the truck. But with at least a couple months of resting to get them to my preferred RH improves draw, decreases bitter flavors, and helps to get a steady, even burn. The next time you order a box, sm
  5. Hi y'all. I'm Lord Vader and I find your lack of faith disturbing. Outside of the internet, I'm called Steve, and I'm from Alabama.I do product development and sales for a 9-5 job, which is every bit as mundane as it sounds. Outside of that, I shoot competitively, make wood furniture, and have a thing for old junk vehicles. I had my first Cuban cigar in 2009, a Romeo y Julieta Churchill that I bought from a resort in Mexico. That solidified my love of cigars and sent me on a lovely trip into exploring the cigars from that one particular island in the Caribbean. Cheer

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