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  1. Time to bring in the experts: There are several different factory codes for the same cigar, same month/year. How does that work? Is there a central warehouse where the bales are brought and sorted/blended, then shipped to the various factories for production? There are certainly differences in the storage facilities at the various factories. How long is it from harvest to cigar? (Regular production) How long (generally) are they stored before boxing? Has anyone else noticed a drastic upswing in quality from late ‘18 through ‘19, or have I just been blessed? Fearless Leader, that
  2. I saw the following article today on and thought to myself..."what the?" 'El Presidente' still embraced by Tribe fans CLEVELAND -- He's been retired from the game for 18 years, but no matter how much time passes, clearly, people don't forget. Rarely is Dennis Martinez called by his actual name when he appears in a baseball setting. He has always been "El Presidente," and he always will be, as evidenced by the reception he received at Progressive Field on Tuesday night before Game 6 of the World Series. Martinez, who pitched for the Indians from 1994-96 and was part

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