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About clint

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  1. It's what happens when you give a guy a majority government because of his nice hair and colourful socks without checking to see if he's a full blown communist. He's been destroying the country since he was elected, pushing an agenda he is way too dumb to have come up with or even understand. This tobacco business is just one small brick in the wall. Same shite seems to be happening all over the west, even in many of your states. I'm not sure if common sense will prevail but there are signs that people are starting to wake up to the nonsense. The pendulum is starting to slowly swing
  2. I've never had a bad one. I find them amazing first thing in the morning sitting outside with a coffee, before breakfast.
  3. I think it's all done by design. Advertisers seem to be making these ads to intentionally trigger one group or another so their ads will go viral, because as they say, there is no such thing as bad publicity. They are taking advantage of the political climate while at the same time exacerbating it.
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    Hey Cep,  you interested in trading for some Upmann, Monte, Dip 2?

  5. PLMC with about a year and a half on them are bloody fantastic.
  6. Marathon Man (1976) starring Dustin Hoffman. Not bad, Hoffman was great as always.
  7. No idea about the box codes but if it were me I would pick the best looking cigars. For me that would be dark and oily. The dark is personal preference but the oily is a universal bellwether. Can't say that I've ever been let down by great looking #4s.
  8. They look good to me. Why...because they do. Welcome.
  9. Smoked one of these and was quite disappointed. Didn't find any RyJ dna in it at all. Tasted closer to a Cuaba than RyJ if you ask me.
  10. Have you tried the Aristocrats? Some similarities to the shorts in a longer stick imo. Not as refined but the dna seems to be there.
  11. The Letter (1940) starring Bette Davis. Terrific film. This is the earliest movie I've seen starring Bette Davis and apparently she was well into her career by this time. I've only ever seen her as an old lady so I was surprised at how beautiful she was in her younger years. I can now fully appreciate the song "Bette Davis Eyes". I will definitely be looking out for more of her earlier roles. It's funny, the more old movies I watch I'm really noticing that actresses back in the day seemed much more beautiful, classy, and glamorous than we're seeing today.
  12. I don't do any real shopping in b+ms so don't have any answers to your specific questions but if I were out shopping I would be looking for some nice Cohibas atm.

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