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    Quote Originally Posted by Freightman View Post
    You may guess correctly from my comments as to wheather I smoke or not.
    Hold on there freighter, do you not like to sit on your deck smoking cigars, especially with your sons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoSox View Post
    Hold on there freighter, do you not like to sit on your deck smoking cigars, especially with your sons?
    That is true, however, as Canadians, there are ample supplies of good Cubans, and the pastime is limited to special events - such as - I feel like it.

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    There is nothing worse than having to sit near someone smoking a nasty cigar. Someone smoking cigarettes doesn't really bother me.
    And smoking (or just lighting one up and pretending to smoke) is excellent for wonging out etc...I believe you can wong out more often with less scrutiny from the pit.
    And you end up looking like a good guy...just say something like I need a cigarette but I will step away from the table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21forme View Post
    And barely any of the APs I know smoke.
    I may be incorrect, but I suspect from your posts you are younger than me. Very few young people smoke, it was much more commonplace among my peers. Maybe that alone explains the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counting_Is_Fun View Post
    There is nothing worse than having to sit near someone smoking a nasty cigar. Someone smoking cigarettes doesn't really bother me.
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    There is a big difference between the stench of a cheap cigar, and the fragrance of a high end cigar. Now granted I can easily tell the difference, though, I do have difficulty discerning between a really good high end cigar, and a really really Hugh end cigar.

    Good Cubans cost about $30 a pop, and up to $100 for th3 real top ends. Mind you, I’ve had friends go to Cuba, and bring me back 8 or 9 for CAD 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freightman View Post
    There is a big difference between the stench of a cheap cigar, and the fragrance of a high end cigar.
    Yes. The Cuban is a more expensive stench.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21forme View Post
    Yes. The Cuban is a more expensive stench.
    The ones I buy, are really really smooth.

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    Now I'm confused! Just when Freightman had castigated me for even thinking of non-nicotine e-cigs for cover--I'm starting to think I should start hi-end cigars for strategic reasons. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diogenes View Post
    Now I'm confused! Just when Freightman had castigated me for even thinking of non-nicotine e-cigs for cover--I'm starting to think I should start hi-end cigars for strategic reasons. lol
    Usually with 1 or both of my boys. Wine for me, scotch for the youngest, and beer or wine for th3 oldest.

    Wife doesn’t mind as long as we are on the deck. This is the extent of my tobacco adventures.

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    it’s all in your head. You think smoking will buy you cover, so you smoke. You think drinking will buy you cover, so you drink. Your brain is making excuses. You can have cover without these vices. You need to be social and appear to have fun. Alcohol/cigarettes can make this easy, but you know you can do this if you try harder. It will be harder, more stressful, less fun. You have to ask yourself: are you working or gambling?

    Me personally, I drink a lot a lot a lot, I don’t want to quit, but I want to cut back. Part of that plan means no drinks at the casino. I’ve done it for the last 5 sessions. Now I realize how boring this game is lol but I’ll tell you I haven’t drawn more heat for not drinking

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