1. Earlier generations have weathered recessions, of course; this stall we’re in has the look of something nastier. Social Security and Medicare are going to be diminished, at best. Hours worked are up even as hiring staggers along: Blood from a stone looks to be the normal order of things “going…

    (Source: New York Magazine)

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  3. It’s a shame the marketing gurus at PETA don’t quit and go to work for Al-Quida. It would end terrorism in most of the world. I’m guessing even their most hard core carrot-sucking members are a little creeped out by this one. Sure to drive enrollment up…

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  5. Planning ahead?

    Do you plan ahead what cigars you are going to smoke like I do? Right now I am deciding what cigars I will smoke this weekend, and what cigars I will take fishing on Sunday night. Or, do you just grab and go as the mood suits you? I’m just curious if I am OCD or normal…

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  7. "A youth with his first cigar makes himself sick; a youth with his first girl makes other people sick."

    - Mary Wilson Little
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  9. Trying the Bahia Blu. Good taste but hardest draw ever. Like siphoning gas. :-/

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  11. On the porch on a cloudy Sunday afternoon enjoying a Black Pearl Morado. Peppery start but smoothed out into a complex, full bodied smoke.

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  14. I’m still alive

         Just in case you are one of the nine poor people who chose to follow my blog, I thought I would let you know I am still alive. I will be reviving the blog soon. I have smoked so many cigars since my last review, I wouldn’t know where to begin. I’m loving everything from Alec Bradley, especially the Tempus and the Maxx. Graycliff got my attention with the 1666, a solid smoke for the price. Gurkha, a former favorite, has taken a downhill slide in my book. The entire Empire series sucked, and so did the Assassin and Evil. Torano has caught my eye and I can’t wait to smoke some more from them, and Augusto Reyes too.

         I am still compiling material for an article on the fermentation process, but it is quite complicated, and too lengthy so far. Still trying to get internet at the bunker. If that comes, you will get sick of me.

    Gotta smoke ‘em all,

    Stogiemon

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  16. Enjoying a Don Thomas Candela. 12 year old wrapper…smooth, very smooth. Special thanks to my pals at Churchill Cigars in Madison, Indiana.

    Enjoying a Don Thomas Candela. 12 year old wrapper…smooth, very smooth. Special thanks to my pals at Churchill Cigars in Madison, Indiana.

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  18. What cigar goes with pneumonia? I’m thinking about a Deisel Unlimited or a Graycliff 1666. Any suggestions?

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