What is your profession/job & how many cigars do you have right now?


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Wheelwright and restorer of Big Healeys..... an obscene number..........

If I posted it and my wife were to ever read it, she might kill me.....

I count ballots in Pennsylvania. I have between 1 and 100,000 sticks. 

I work in occupational health and drivers medicals, making everything run the way it needs to. Essentially I spend a large part of my week telling doctors what to do while getting paid a fraction of what they’re on. I arrange medical services for some of the major companies in logistics and public transport here in the UK. I also advise HGV, bus and taxi drivers about obtaining or renewing their licences.

I have about 200 cigars at the moment, some more than 20 years old.

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On 7/6/2021 at 5:17 PM, Texwrangler said:

Own a horse farm in Florida.  Buy and sell hunters and jumpers (truly the sport of king yet I still find myself shoveling horse poop more often then I care to admit). I retired from a job in DC only to find myself working more hours and twice as hard to maintain the place.  But in the evenings when the horses are contently munching on hay in their stalls and the place is quiet, I’ll sit on the front porch overlooking the barn, ring, and paddocks and while in the old comfy rocking chair with the jack russell sitting close by I’ll smoke whatever I fancy.  Best feeling in the world. Mostly Monti’s with some HU’s mixed in.  Last checked about 500 give or take 50. 

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Very nice.  Our fall trip is usually to Keeneland.  We have a friend with a thoroughbred farm we stay at.  So relaxing just having a smoke on the porch watching the horses romp and graze.  It's nice not having to work there but I sure do get it.  I plan to retire in that area when the time comes....soon

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Account executive for a staffing agency. 
 

18 boxes of cubans 

7 boxes of non cubans and about 50 non Cuban singles 

400-410 in total ( and growing :) ) 

selling off most of my new world cigars. I have found that cubans have more complexity, a cleaner finish/aftertaste and they don’t get bitter or harsh in the final third. 
 

 

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VP Manufacturing for AP and European production of intermediate chemicals and nylon polymers. Based in Shanghai for the past 10 years. 
 

Roughly 2000 CC, no NC. Prior to 2019, most of my sourcing was from Europe. After discovering FOH, I’ve been sourcing almost exclusively from our host. 

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Operations director for professional golf tournaments. Luckily I can smoke while working on course.  Around 1500 sticks in my collection. 85% or so CCs. Still enjoy plenty of NCs though. 

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Consulting at a container port/stevedore on data exchange: what data do we expect from each other and how we deliver it to each other with a purpose to optimize processes on both sides.

Not enough. Can you ever have enough? My longterm goal in the cigar realm of things is, next to enjoying cigars, have a aged (5+ years) supply for 3 years in stock at a rate of 1 1+ hour and 2 1 hour or under cigars a week. My present smoking stock is no where near that amount, so I'll just keep buying and putting boxes away.

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