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EL Presidente and Friends of Habanos just signed up and was referred by Strayvector. I live in Tucson, Az and have been smoking Habanos for 15 years. Cherry popper was a RJ Church Hill and it was all over after that. I have had three of your stock and have been impressed with the quality and equals EMS. Had a RJ Hermosos 2 today and it was great. So, I will be making my run at obtianing the magic number as one member put shameless post.

Regards, Brian

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Welcome to FOH Brian, and instead of shameless posts, sharing 15 years worth of cigar knowledge would better, unless it is like El Prez Fishing experience...........:lookaround:

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Greetings and Welcome :waving:

I bet it is nice smoking weather in Tucson this time of year....unlike MN where I am:crying:

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I had this hair seven years ago and bought a matching numbers 68 mustang coupe. I wanted to live a part of my high school years that never happened. The beast as the wife called was totally taken apart and rebuilt which took me five years. The beast was a bondo bucket from front to back and today has no bondo. I meet a mustang restorer who all his life has only worked on mustangs. This guy has never contributed to social security having a real job. One of his customers cars was in July 2005 Mustang Monthly 66 black special K. The editors qoute "Of all things we can appreciate about this Mustang, the car's craftmanship leads the list." This was a great experience to learn from a person who is craftsman and have pride of ownership. I currently have a 67 coupe which is in worst shape than the first. This could be another couple of paragraphs.

Regards, Brian

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Welcome aboard. You sound like someone that really takes their hobby seriously. I believe the word for it is... passion. I believe you will find many here that are very passionate about Habanos. No doubt you will enjoy your time spent here. We are all one big happy family. That is as long as El Prez doesn't send us any plugged cigars! :lookaround:

Seriously, I doubt you will find a better message board when it comes to cigars. And there is no better purveyor of smokes in the world! Just remember that FOH is a puppet regime; the world believes El Presidente is our fearless leader. The one who really pulls the strings around here and is the brains, smarts and looks behind the whole operation is The First Lady... Lisa.:yes:

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Welcome to FOH Brian. Someone recently put up a thread, I think it was called what's in your garage, you just might want to post a pic of your baby there.;-)

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Welcome Brian.

Nice to have you and your experience on board.

As I am the pre-eminent fisherman on FOH....any help you need...just drop me a line ;-)

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Good to see you on the board, Brian. The Prez is great for cigar info, but any advice about fishing or matrimony should be taken with a grain of salt :-D

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» Welcome Brian.

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» Nice to have you and your experience on board.

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» As I am the pre-eminent fisherman on FOH....any help you need...just drop

» me a line ;-)

Welcome but be carefull. El Prez. would be lucky to catch a brown- eyed mullet in tidal pool with a net. Ask another for fishing advice.

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Welcome Greetings sent your way from New Jersey. :-)

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