What's Going on With the Gawith Hoggarth & Co?

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Ruffinogold
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Sun Jan 13, 2019 7:46 am

All the Redcoat companies will fall into the same fall as Germain . They've had the same people working there since thery started all those many years ago . Production keeps getting slower for sure . It's said no one's seen anyone come in or out of their buildings for over 75 years , which is modern times in their time frame . For decades now , people have hoped and prayed that they're at least procreating in there , as sinister as that would be .
Do you remember on the old psf where someone found what looked kinda like a rusty nail in their blend ? It was a nail alright but not one used in wood . It's rumored that the original Lakeland essence was a fountain of youth concoction ... with side effects sadly . They've been nailing themselves back together since 1820 .
Basically , it's like the living dead in there . Obviously they haven't been out in the world for some time , given theyve let McBaren out figure them in tobacco ready to go from the tin, which was a difficulty for them and continues to be as nothing new will ever cross there path again apparently
It's sad but true . We need to realized that , if we live long enough , the only tobacco that will be available in the future will be mixture 79 and Borkum Riff Ultra Light
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Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:10 am

Ruffinogold wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 7:46 am
All the Redcoat companies will fall into the same fall as Germain . They've had the same people working there since thery started all those many years ago . Production keeps getting slower for sure . It's said no one's seen anyone come in or out of their buildings for over 75 years , which is modern times in their time frame . For decades now , people have hoped and prayed that they're at least procreating in there , as sinister as that would be .
Do you remember on the old psf where someone found what looked kinda like a rusty nail in their blend ? It was a nail alright but not one used in wood . It's rumored that the original Lakeland essence was a fountain of youth concoction ... with side effects sadly . They've been nailing themselves back together since 1820 .
Basically , it's like the living dead in there . Obviously they haven't been out in the world for some time , given theyve let McBaren out figure them in tobacco ready to go from the tin, which was a difficulty for them and continues to be as nothing new will ever cross there path again apparently
It's sad but true . We need to realized that , if we live long enough , the only tobacco that will be available in the future will be mixture 79 and Borkum Riff Ultra Light
Scratch that.. this is the most plausible answer. Cantankerous English zombies are way more likely than selling out because of hype.
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