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  1. Honestly I'm pretty sure they can be told apart without even smoking them. I reckon the difference in leaf and roll quality would be enough.
  2. On top of the multiple billions they've already lost right? ?
  3. I sure will once I'm out of this position, not sure which broker to switch to for now. I guess fidelity
  4. Absolutely, it's incredibly expensive to cover the options trades on these stocks. With that said the company which handles robinhood's transactions also just bailed out one of the hedge funds with a short position in gamestop. They have a vested interest in the stock tanking. Besides, as a market maker they have a duty to maintain the market, they aren't allowed to do this kind of thing. Especially not before monthly options expire. They cant take action to protect their bottom line, atleast not like this...
  5. Not sure how interested you all are in the stock market This is a tale of an outdated mall based retailer. Stock speculation, blatant market manipulation from large firms, an activist investor, and one borderline insane online trading forum. What are your thoughts? Edit: Right, I should probably disclose that I currently am holding gme. I do have an interest in the stock.
  6. Finally got a cutter, cigars are much better this way ?. Iirc this was a 2017 box. The second to last example from this box, this cigar was mostly well constructed, while a touch loose in a couple areas, the draw was not tight, which tends to be a problem for this vitola. The wrapper was average, no patches on it, but little oil. The cigar starts out plain, toasted tobacco with sweet wood notes. It stays this way for the first third. Burn is clean requiring no touchups, and the draw is clear. Going into the second third, the sweet notes transform into a mild caramel. The cigar is mil
  7. I've been using a kitchen knife to cut off the wrapper ?. Not sure what the box date is, but yes this one was about the same
  8. Got these as a sixer courtesy of our hosts here. This one is the last of the batch, and as looks would have it, probably the finest of the batch. A dark wrapper with plenty of sheen, and some fine bunching around the foot The draw was perfect, no knots or anything. Flavor wise the cigar provides coffee notes with slight pepper and an underlying bread sweetness. It reminds me of a partagas without the bell pepper or slight sourness. Little evolution occurs from the first to second third. The notes are perfectly fine, but I don't particularly like this cigar, it's a little borin
  9. If you get a chance maybe a fuller bodied regional or limited edition, just to make it extra special. You'd need to ask someone with a helluva lot more cigars under their belt than I do if you go this route.
  10. And look what our politicians did with that unity. Our leadership failed us in the 2000s decade, it's no wonder we've wound up where we're at.
  11. Yeah they need some age, I got lucky and got them with 3 years, but they still fall apart towards the last third. They really benefit from dry boxing too.
  12. I'm lazy as hell about it. I'll do barbell curls and bench for upper. Deadlifts for lower, and situps, leg lifts, and russian twists for core. I do each of those once or twice a week. Plus stretching, stretching makes me feel and sleep so much better.
  13. The joyitas are very good cigars, but quite pricey for what they are, I'd only recommend getting them if you can get a discount. I've gotta disagree with you here. I dislike Punch's regular production, but really enjoy the 48 and 898, although it's possible I may have gotten a bad batch. Speaking of, the 48 is a nice cigar with a similar profile to the 898, but with much less intensity and less chocolate notes. I'd recommend getting a box, much easier to pick up than the 898 as well and cheaper.
  14. Yeah I wish they had a laguito or lonsdale. Great profile, almost between a cohiba and romeo y julieta.

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