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Ok, I had to move due to the wreckage that was my old mailbox and what happens? That's right. Wreckage. The ever so generous Shuckins devastates my new digs with some serious sticks.
I hope the pic shows up alright. It's my best effort yet, in spite of the dreaded bright spot.
I'm curious about the Oba Oba and will probably smoke that one first. It'll probably turn out to be some amazing cigar that is either not made any more or so limited that only insiders have access. After smoking and really enjoying a Cain FF he also gifted me, I tried to find them online and quickly realized they were only available with a limited production sampler handed out at a trade show. I would have saved it and admired it a while longer had I known they were not commercially available.
Oh well live and learn. I'll do my research before I do any lighting up this time.
My humble thanks goes out once again to you Mr. Shuckins.
Thanks Macke. I did some searching and got some info on the Oba Oba. That's part of the fun of getting cigars you never heard of. Scouring the internet for reviews and opinions and gaining knowledge. I'm sure there are lots of sub $2 sticks in warehouses or in obscure bundles that, given time, turn out to be good smokes...
Anything to support the troops I''m on board with. I just did a gig on the USS Hornet for some videogame promotion and was honored to walk up and down the steps where our greatest generation served. Seeing the Apollo 11 capsule and the mobile quarantine facility, as well as traipsing around the ship and flight deck was something I'll never forget. I even had the chance to talk to a couple of old sailors who were taking the tour that happened to sit in the chairs next to me on my lunch break. I reveled in the back and forth small talk between these gentlemen and wish I had the fortitude to serve my country the way they did.