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


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On 8/30/2020 at 11:01 PM, Tstew75 said:

Dude. I'm all over it...can i pick ANYTHING? ?

Another Portlander here - near the Zoo off Skyline - my family recently moved back after a Nike Assignment in Taiwan.

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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. 

Profession.. Stay at Home dad aka quasi retired General Contractor. 

i have ~ 35 boxes, that with loose cigars makes 900 or so cigars

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Outside Rental salesman for Louisiana CAT (dozers, excavators, forklifts, etc.). I live in Lake Charles, LA and unfortunately just lost most of my collection along with my house from Hurricane Laura.  Glad I took a tupperdor with a few of my better/favorite smokes when I evacuated. 

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1 hour ago, Jrod5445 said:

Outside Rental salesman for Louisiana CAT (dozers, excavators, forklifts, etc.). I live in Lake Charles, LA and unfortunately just lost most of my collection along with my house from Hurricane Laura.  Glad I took a tupperdor with a few of my better/favorite smokes when I evacuated. 

So sorry to hear that.  I hope some of your things made it out and your family is safe and healthy.  Cigars can be replaced.  

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On 1/5/2017 at 12:25 PM, Frozen North said:

My wife and I own an insurance brokerage company. I've only started smoking cigars in June 2015. I have about 80 boxes of Cubans, 0 NC's and it's going to stay that way.

Good on ya!
Private broker ownership is a tough gig! Build it strong and sell big.

I run a National Construction Practice for a Global Insurer. Fancy title for providing insurance for things being built.

I have approx 250-300 cigars.

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20 hours ago, Hammer Smokin' said:

Good on ya!
Private broker ownership is a tough gig! Build it strong and sell big.

I run a National Construction Practice for a Global Insurer. Fancy title for providing insurance for things being built.

I have approx 250-300 cigars.

Coming on 30 years now. Looking forward to when we sell it ?

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On 9/1/2020 at 12:15 PM, SokaKiel said:

Sailing the seven seas as a personal concierge to a UHNWI. Smoking daily while we’re in port. Resting around 1600 sticks back home.

So you don't smoke cigars at sea?

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12 hours ago, Habana Mike said:

So you don't smoke cigars at sea?

When at sea we don’t really have a smoking area. The only spot we have is the crammed, noisy foredeck with bad ventilation.

But no st of the time I’m not on board anyways if we cross from the Caribbean to Europe or Europe to SE Asia. During that time I travel ahead of the yacht and prepare shore side excursions and the like for the guests.

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I work in Healthcare. Specifically, I conduct clinical research in Heart Failure. 
I currently have ~ 1000 cigars. That does fluctuate and significantly at times.

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Small business owner in the Constuction trades. Only smoked cigars on the regular for about 4 months. 
450 total. 90% CC. 
Don’t think I will buy any NC ever again!

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Teacher who re-discovered Cubans while on vacation in Barcelona last year. My small humidor of 20 or so NCs has somehow expanded into a full 100 count humidor and a Tupperware container of CC boxes. Maybe 200 total. With more on the way thanks to the recent 24:24 selections. Oh, and the same 20 or so NCs that suddenly have become much less appealing.  

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