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Modern equipment

Post by Kip » Sat Dec 24, 2016 8:32 am

To hear some equipment manufacturers pontificate, it must have been a miserable existence to be a cigar smoker before the advent of their products. I mean, to have been forced to smoke cigars that hadn't been stored with proper two-way humidification! Egads! I can't even understand how the art of cigar smoking survived those dark days. Every stick must have been a hot mess of dried, busted leaves and no flavor outside burning paper.

The older and grumpier I get, the more I think we over complicate everything we put our collective minds to...
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Re: Modern equipment

Post by Stewmuse » Sat Dec 24, 2016 3:31 pm

Kip wrote:To hear some equipment manufacturers pontificate, it must have been a miserable existence to be a cigar smoker before the advent of their products. I mean, to have been forced to smoke cigars that hadn't been stored with proper two-way humidification! Egads! I can't even understand how the art of cigar smoking survived those dark days. Every stick must have been a hot mess of dried, busted leaves and no flavor outside burning paper.

The older and grumpier I get, the more I think we over complicate everything we put our collective minds to...

You are definitely old. And grumpy. Get off my lawn!
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