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Old 01-18-2005, 02:33 AM   #21
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I thought it was funny, I'm still laughing at the 'oversharing' remark :lmao:

Nice to see you around Keith.
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Old 01-18-2005, 07:11 AM   #22
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I thought it was funny, I'm still laughing at the 'oversharing' remark :lmao:

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See!?!? It was the funniest thing he has written. :smt043
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Old 01-18-2005, 08:59 AM   #23
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Keith, please refer ot thise section's discreption! Off Topic?? Get it back on Topic!!
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Old 01-18-2005, 10:21 AM   #24
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You guys just aren't right, I'm really starting to wonder [-X
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Old 01-20-2005, 08:22 AM   #25
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In an attempt to bring this thread back on topic..... So Susan, have you decided on a name? (This is assuming, of course, that you really want to change it.....)
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A great and wonderful choice!! Good job on that hard deliberation process Susan Z!!
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Old 01-20-2005, 09:03 AM   #27
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In an attempt to bring this thread back on topic..... So Susan, have you decided on a name? (This is assuming, of course, that you really want to change it.....)
Mrs Chris Finney. No... wait a minute. :-k That ones already been thaken. #-o

She'd only be doing it to add a couple of grills, lots of wine and liquer, and a kitchen full of gadets to her collection. :-s

And what would I get out of it? :smt017

Heart ache, nothing but heart ache. :smt088

And... lots of grills, lots of wine and liquer, and a kitchen full of gadets to my collection. :smt026

:-k :smt017 :-k :smt017 :-k :smt055
Wlcome to the website, Mrs Chris Finney \/
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Two good points. Thanks guys. :thx:
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[quote=Chris Finney]
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Originally Posted by "Bill Hays":1p7e8z4c
In an attempt to bring this thread back on topic..... So Susan, have you decided on a name? (This is assuming, of course, that you really want to change it.....)
Mrs Chris Finney. No... wait a minute. :-k That ones already been thaken. #-o

She'd only be doing it to add a couple of grills, lots of wine and liquer, and a kitchen full of gadets to her collection. :-s

And what would I get out of it? :smt017

Heart ache, nothing but heart ache. :smt088

And... lots of grills, lots of wine and liquer, and a kitchen full of gadets to my collection. :smt026

I thought you were Mrs. Chris Finney???

:-k :smt017 :-k :smt017 :-k :smt055
Wlcome to the website, Mrs Chris Finney \/[/quote:1p7e8z4c]
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Old 01-21-2005, 09:49 PM   #30
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You forgot about my massive collection of cigars....!
Seriously Susan? I used to be an aficionado. Gave it up . Too expensive. I had a weakness for Cubans and high end Dominicans, Hondurans, and Nicaraguans! mmmmmmmm cigars......Woody
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Old 01-22-2005, 09:18 PM   #31
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Susan what are your favorite sticks?
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My all time favorite is a Cuban Ramon Allones Gigantes (Double Corona). Mada mostly for the market in Spain, they are hard to come by. I also loved:

Hoyo de Monterey (Cuban) Double Coronas
Monte Cristo (Cuban) # 2
Punch Punch (Cuban)
Padron Anniversario Exclusivo (Nicaragua)
Fuente Fuente Opus X Double Corona (Dominican)
Davidoff Special R Robusto (Dominican)
Diamond Crown Robusto (Dominican)

I have alot of accounts in Detroit and would go across to Windsor, Ontario to the Casa De Habano whenever in the area. It was costing me too damn much, so I had to quit. Now I'm spending too much om BBQ!
Susan? What're you smokin these days? Woodman
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Old 01-22-2005, 11:17 PM   #33
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I order from JRs all the time for a everday smokes, I agree about mac's don't care for them at all. I believe our humidors may look very similar.
I have found some Cuban Counterfits square press they come out of Nicaragua that I have been aging for a little over a year that am really enjoying. JR Ultimate I find as good as anything that costs 2 or 3 times the money. Cohibas, Partagas, a Hemingway Classics or Signatures and a glass of Talisker or Gentleman Jack on the rocks.
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Old 01-24-2005, 04:24 PM   #34
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This is the same JRs I drive by frequently (in Burlington, NC)? After seeing all their billboards, I finally stopped once and took a look at their outlet. I was not impressed. I guess the quality of their cigars must be higher than that of the other merchandise.
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