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To: Farmboy who wrote (43)2/22/2013 5:38:19 PM
From: FUBHO
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What kind of pinko, commie, rat bastards don't like the smell of cigars. This calls for mob action... <G>

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To: FUBHO who wrote (44)2/22/2013 8:34:50 PM
From: Farmboy
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It's the pinko rat bastards .... commies usually enjoy a good cigar!

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To: Farmboy who wrote (39)3/12/2013 10:03:20 PM
From: Woody_Nickels
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My regular rotation is San Cristobal, La Riqueza and Fuente Hemingway.
Usually robustos, unless golfing.

One of my buddies likes the Gurkha Centurion, a larger perfecto.

Gottfried said he smokes Dutch Masters, but he knows a better smoke
from a yard 'gar.

Woody

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To: Woody_Nickels who wrote (46)3/13/2013 12:00:44 AM
From: Farmboy
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I've never had a bad San Cristobal .. and I willingly fight for the chance at a Hemmingway .. my favorite there being the 'short story'. It's small, but packs one hell of a good punch in that small package.

5X50 Robustos are just a good all-around size.

I like pretty much every Gurkha I ever smoked and especially the large ring gauges if I really have ample time to spend to enjoy one. The "Beauty" is a favorite as is the Vintage 2000, but just about everything they make is good IMO. They also have a 'Park Avenue" that isn't banded as a Gurkha, but is the same blender.... and I truthfully had just as soon have one of those as a Dominican Cohiba - at a much lower price too..

Just smoked a Hemmingway Signature Maduro a couple days ago ... SWEEEEET!

Don't recall ever trying a La Riqueza.

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To: Farmboy who wrote (47)6/19/2013 11:42:59 AM
From: Shoot1st
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Started buying via free falls on CigarBid.com......

got some Fonseca's that I used to pay 6$+ a stick for under 2$.

Sample:

cigarbid.com

Shootie

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To: Shoot1st who wrote (48)6/24/2013 3:41:26 AM
From: Farmboy
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Yes sir, one of my main 'sources'. With a bit of patience and determination, one can accrue a nice collection of good smokes, for some great prices - all of which makes each and every one of them more pleasurable to sit back and enjoy.

Now ......... is there such a site for good cognac or single malts? :-)

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To: Farmboy who wrote (49)6/24/2013 9:59:33 AM
From: Shoot1st
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Alas, only one vice at a time seems to be provided for properly......

Can't even get sufficient stock of 556 primers for my DPMS Black Prairie Panther.......

drat.

Shootie

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To: Shoot1st who wrote (50)7/1/2013 5:01:32 AM
From: Farmboy
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Yes sir, I hear you. Definitely something/someone still gumming up the works. Things are not getting down the chain to 'user' levels anymore on several items.

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From: Farmboy1/1/2014 9:55:35 PM
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2014 - Starting it the right way

A Cohiba Red Dot just after the clock struck 12:00 midnight last night .....

followed by a Macanudo Hyde Park after "Brunch" this morning ....

Planning a Joya de Nic Antano for a nightcap tonight ...

while the government still 'lets' me.

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From: FUBHO1/18/2014 5:41:14 PM
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