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Houtenziel wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 12:44 pm Also, which country's current production women are better, America or *any?
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Houtenziel wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 12:44 pm Which country's current production pipes are better, America or Italy?
Also, which country's current production women are better, America or *any?
Also also, aside from Cuba which country do you think the best cigar leaf comes from?
Also also also, who makes the best knife sharpener for pocket knives, particularly those that may have serrations on the lower part of the blade?
Americas production pipes for value .. Italy for less value but bougier production pipes ... whew ! Both smoke excellent

Current women in production would depend on what youre after . Looking at the younger generations , here in the good ole USA , may be interesting to look at [ arent they all ] but , depending on what one is after in a woman , one may want to look elsewhere for a wife . Or , what one is after may be around the corner . Personally , I dig Polish women and Italian women. One that is both and here in America would be ideal

Other than Cuba .... Man thats tuff . I may need the mayoral tamper . The gut says Honduran , even though the current groove is Nicaragua and the Dominican . You couldnt have an El Rey Del Mundo , Punch , or Hoyo without Honduran

So damn good ...
https://www.jrcigars.com/cigars/handmad ... do-cigars/

I love this cigar ... https://www.jrcigars.com/item/el-rey-de ... t=21&sz=20 ... I may still have one in the humidor if you want to go out of your mind



Theres a smiths pull through style that has a ceramic " bar " on it for serrations .. its the only one I can use to sharpen those things . Theres better sharpeners in general but that tapered ceramic bar thing sharpens a serrated blade pretty easy

I think the best sharpener for regular blades is a diamond mesh stone . Smiths makes them as well as others
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Ruffinogold wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 1:52 pm
Houtenziel wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 12:44 pm Which country's current production pipes are better, America or Italy?
Also, which country's current production women are better, America or *any?
Also also, aside from Cuba which country do you think the best cigar leaf comes from?
Also also also, who makes the best knife sharpener for pocket knives, particularly those that may have serrations on the lower part of the blade?
Americas production pipes for value .. Italy for less value but bougier production pipes ... whew ! Both smoke excellent

Current women in production would depend on what youre after . Looking at the younger generations , here in the good ole USA , may be interesting to look at [ arent they all ] but , depending on what one is after in a woman , one may want to look elsewhere for a wife . Or , what one is after may be around the corner . Personally , I dig Polish women and Italian women. One that is both and here in America would be ideal

Other than Cuba .... Man thats tuff . I may need the mayoral tamper . The gut says Honduran , even though the current groove is Nicaragua and the Dominican . You couldnt have an El Rey Del Mundo , Punch , or Hoyo without Honduran

So damn good ...
https://www.jrcigars.com/cigars/handmad ... do-cigars/

I love this cigar ... https://www.jrcigars.com/item/el-rey-de ... t=21&sz=20 ... I may still have one in the humidor if you want to go out of your mind



Theres a smiths pull through style that has a ceramic " bar " on it for serrations .. its the only one I can use to sharpen those things . Theres better sharpeners in general but that tapered ceramic bar thing sharpens a serrated blade pretty easy

I think the best sharpener for regular blades is a diamond mesh stone . Smiths makes them as well as others
For those that dig a larger ring .... best all around handmade , imho

https://www.jrcigars.com/item/el-rey-de ... t=21&sz=20
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Ruffinogold wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 1:54 pm
Ruffinogold wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 1:52 pm
Houtenziel wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 12:44 pm Which country's current production pipes are better, America or Italy?
Also, which country's current production women are better, America or *any?
Also also, aside from Cuba which country do you think the best cigar leaf comes from?
Also also also, who makes the best knife sharpener for pocket knives, particularly those that may have serrations on the lower part of the blade?
Americas production pipes for value .. Italy for less value but bougier production pipes ... whew ! Both smoke excellent

Current women in production would depend on what youre after . Looking at the younger generations , here in the good ole USA , may be interesting to look at [ arent they all ] but , depending on what one is after in a woman , one may want to look elsewhere for a wife . Or , what one is after may be around the corner . Personally , I dig Polish women and Italian women. One that is both and here in America would be ideal

Other than Cuba .... Man thats tuff . I may need the mayoral tamper . The gut says Honduran , even though the current groove is Nicaragua and the Dominican . You couldnt have an El Rey Del Mundo , Punch , or Hoyo without Honduran

So damn good ...
https://www.jrcigars.com/cigars/handmad ... do-cigars/

I love this cigar ... https://www.jrcigars.com/item/el-rey-de ... t=21&sz=20 ... I may still have one in the humidor if you want to go out of your mind



Theres a smiths pull through style that has a ceramic " bar " on it for serrations .. its the only one I can use to sharpen those things . Theres better sharpeners in general but that tapered ceramic bar thing sharpens a serrated blade pretty easy

I think the best sharpener for regular blades is a diamond mesh stone . Smiths makes them as well as others
For those that dig a larger ring .... best all around handmade , imho

https://www.jrcigars.com/item/el-rey-de ... t=21&sz=20
Those are good.
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ironclad wrote: Tue Sep 07, 2021 9:20 pm
Ruffinogold wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 1:54 pm
Ruffinogold wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 1:52 pm

Americas production pipes for value .. Italy for less value but bougier production pipes ... whew ! Both smoke excellent

Current women in production would depend on what youre after . Looking at the younger generations , here in the good ole USA , may be interesting to look at [ arent they all ] but , depending on what one is after in a woman , one may want to look elsewhere for a wife . Or , what one is after may be around the corner . Personally , I dig Polish women and Italian women. One that is both and here in America would be ideal

Other than Cuba .... Man thats tuff . I may need the mayoral tamper . The gut says Honduran , even though the current groove is Nicaragua and the Dominican . You couldnt have an El Rey Del Mundo , Punch , or Hoyo without Honduran

So damn good ...
https://www.jrcigars.com/cigars/handmad ... do-cigars/

I love this cigar ... https://www.jrcigars.com/item/el-rey-de ... t=21&sz=20 ... I may still have one in the humidor if you want to go out of your mind



Theres a smiths pull through style that has a ceramic " bar " on it for serrations .. its the only one I can use to sharpen those things . Theres better sharpeners in general but that tapered ceramic bar thing sharpens a serrated blade pretty easy

I think the best sharpener for regular blades is a diamond mesh stone . Smiths makes them as well as others
For those that dig a larger ring .... best all around handmade , imho

https://www.jrcigars.com/item/el-rey-de ... t=21&sz=20
Those are good.
Yes sir ! I wish all cigars were priced like they were before the schip tax . Anyway , those cedars are just so damn good . Its a longish lonsdale and delicious :)
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Ruffinogold wrote: Tue Sep 07, 2021 9:44 pm
ironclad wrote: Tue Sep 07, 2021 9:20 pm
Ruffinogold wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 1:54 pm

For those that dig a larger ring .... best all around handmade , imho

https://www.jrcigars.com/item/el-rey-de ... t=21&sz=20
Those are good.
Yes sir ! I wish all cigars were priced like they were before the schip tax . Anyway , those cedars are just so damn good . Its a longish lonsdale and delicious :)
I used to smoke the El Rey del Mundo Robusto Larga and Flor del Mundo quite a bit.
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ironclad wrote: Tue Sep 07, 2021 9:47 pm
Ruffinogold wrote: Tue Sep 07, 2021 9:44 pm
ironclad wrote: Tue Sep 07, 2021 9:20 pm

Those are good.
Yes sir ! I wish all cigars were priced like they were before the schip tax . Anyway , those cedars are just so damn good . Its a longish lonsdale and delicious :)
I used to smoke the El Rey del Mundo Robusto Larga and Flor del Mundo quite a bit.
Absolutely !! For a shorter smoke , the Bon Bons are really good . I guess they couldnt think of a better name but whatever :lol:
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Frank Llaneza was a god...so many delicious cigars, especially ERDM.
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Are Tecovas a good brand of boot? Asking for a friend.
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While recently cleaning up my mom and dad’s house after their passing, I came across maps, brochures and videos that my dad had ordered from different states and sights across the country and from what I remember they didn’t ever go to any of those sights (which is sad really)

So now my wife and I might have the financial abilities to actually take a vacation for the first time in 9 years or so
We don’t know what to do or where to go
We don’t want to go out of the country
We don’t want to be in a boat far enough out on the water that we can’t swim ashore
We thought about going out to visit@Chef Benny and press out luck at casino
We thought about visiting @Citizen B and staying at his awesome b&b hotel
Heck I’d even be good with going down south to hang out with @Kevin Keith and checking out the ….. well whatever is down there lol

We have both talked about our endless possibilities several times and really are not overly excited about anything that could be fun. In our minds our vacation starts out as a two week vacation and by the time we talk about it it dwindles down to being a Daycation and even further down to thoughts of where to go out for dinner

My question is……
Are we getting old? Or are we just boring people?
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