thoseFDA fat cats are trying to get increased cigar tax.alot of the retailers are pissed.what is your take on the fda fat cars?lets discuss it
Added by MERRILL LANDRY on June 7, 2013 at 10:28pm — No Comments
I'm hosting my 1st Herf on Stone Island, 25 May. We'll provide beer on tap and a few munchies. Bring your favorite cigar or two and feel free to BYOB if you desire. The only taboo is no smoking in the house. I wonder how many takers I'll have.
Luzzie Normand is a cigar enthusiast and freelance blogger. When she isn't blogging, Luzzie enjoys writing her own serial comic books and slinging ink at tattoo shops.
For most of my friends who I have turned on to smoking cigars, the first question they have for me is what sort of cigar they should get. With literally thousands to choose from, this is a great question. Without proper knowledge, picking out a cigar for the…Continue
Since Jimbob is getting out of the blogging biz, someone needs to take his virtually vaporous place. Enter The Hugh Jass Cigar Blog. Just peeking into my office humi I see cigars that need reviews:
Black Pearl Cameroon
And a zillion tasty delights resting at home. I might even drive a few hours to Canada to do some reviews of Cuban…Continue
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My best friend's wake was last night, and while we all talked him up in every corner of the city from the time we heard he was sick, I had not done so here.
My friend and coworker Jerry was his own man. He attended Methodist seminary as a young man, but declined the collar, went on to be an Old Testament scholar, natural food co-op manager, ethics and religion professor, and humanities reporter for my public radio network. As if his professional interests weren't diverse enough, he…Continue
iwish ciocould go to super bowl thats where alot of cigar vendors go to.ilike big cigars lol because its easy to enjoy the flavors of a cigars. whats your take on big cigars? go ravens lol
Added by MERRILL LANDRY on February 1, 2013 at 6:32pm — No Comments
I was recently ambushed by a gar bomb in the mail which I greatly appreciated! and since this is where we started talking about cigars, I wanted to post it here.
They were all in the pipe 5by5, kill shots every one! I would say her accuracy rating was no less than 98%, great job Sandi. thanks again!
ps. from one pirate to another, I will return fire, and I use a different type of ordnance.…Continue
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Im looking for a cigar smoking buddy in the area of Sylvania Ohio. If there is anybody who would be interested, please contact me.Thanks Roger StacconeContinue
I guess when I judged this contest I used the criteria of weird as what hasn't happened to me. Strangely Ced's story is the only one that I haven't experienced personally. It's in time of reflection like this I'm glad I no longer do drugs...
Post the strangest thing that happened to you while on vacation here, non cigar related. Contest ends July 31st. Prize is a 4 Pack of Corojo's and a Camacho ashtray.
Added by Smoke of the Patout Cigars on July 26, 2012 at 6:51pm — No Comments
Added by Smoke of the Patout Cigars on July 26, 2012 at 6:50pm — No Comments
WINNER! (provisionally) is MICHAEL! First let me say why Michael is the "provisional" winner. One of the "rules" the Mod's decided was a winner must have an Avatar picture. I'm not sure we mentioned this and I fully expect Michael to post one so he can win.
On to why he won, his writing style could have used some help, but I found if I were there I would be both laughing my ass off at the shot and arguing why it didn't count.
Well here I am in Kent, WA since 6 Jun and I'm not smiling yet. When I was last here for any length of time it was with the military and my battle friends are spread across the US these days; not many familiar faces so strike one. I didn't realize the change in weather would affect me so very much. Since arriving here it's colder and wetter then I recall or expected. For one thing I brought summer clothes and not fall and that's not good because I feel perpetually cold. Shopping is a…Continue
***Following is a rough transcription of the dialog from our interview with Marc Keiser. It is not exactly word for word.***
Seth- Hey everyone this is GoodFellasCigars.com and we are here today at the Golden Leaf in St. Paul Minnesota with non-other than Marc Keiser himself, the founder and owner of Marco V cigars. Glad to have you here today Marc.
Marc- Appreciate you guys…Continue
Added by Nick Hennen on April 22, 2012 at 4:31pm — No Comments
Well, I came, saw more than I wanted to, and survived. I'll give you the skinny on the cigars I found, smoked, and otherwise relished. My first stop was Casa Fuente, in the Forum Shops near Caesar's Palace.
I am a member of the 1-169th Medevac unit that has just arrived in Afghanistan and am looking for some support to put a smile on the faces of the troops here. We support a large group of Marines and I can only begin to describe the service and sacrifice they give on a day to day basis. As a Medevac pilot I see the worst atrocities of war and will do what I can to lift their spirits. I have been a cigar "conosur" for a few years and thought that this would be best. If I…Continue
Size: 3 1/2 x 54…Continue
Added by Nick Hennen on March 5, 2012 at 4:36pm — No Comments
Andre Farkes told us that there would be a clue of what is to come form Viaje in one of the shipments of Viaje cigars to cigar stores. Above is the hint that Andre told us about. From this clue we gather that the HHG or Honey and Hand Grenades will be debuted at the IPCPR 2012. We reviewed one of ten of the pre-production Honey and Hand Grenades…Continue
Added by Nick Hennen on February 27, 2012 at 11:37pm — No Comments
Wrapper: San Andrés
Shape: Corona Gorda
Size: 6 x 48…Continue
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