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Old 03-20-2012, 08:21 AM   #18061
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Man i hate that for you.. I cant imagine what your going through.. I bet those beds you build are sweet

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Old 03-20-2012, 08:26 AM   #18062
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Dude. summer of 2010 they gave me 6 weeks to live with the illness and my wife passed away of long term illness that September. I am still here. Things are painful at times but I'll be damned if I'll ever give up. I have my kids, which are grown. I have today. I have a girlfriend. Life is good.

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Old 03-20-2012, 08:29 AM   #18063
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Dude. summer of 2010 they gave me 6 weeks to live with the illness and my wife passed away of long term illness that September. I am still here. Things are painful at times but I'll be damned if I'll ever give up. I have my kids, which are grown. I have today. I have a girlfriend. Life is good.
That's inspiring. I love a good "facing adversity" story. I'm glad you're amongst us!
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Old 03-20-2012, 08:30 AM   #18064
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I second that! Keep up the fight bro!! Your story is uplifting for sure
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:31 AM   #18065
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Still too early for a steak run. Though...my in-laws have elk steaks over at their house but I still have to go to town for hard cider. :/
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:45 AM   #18066
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Haha its pouring today. I drove to school and the parking lot, which is usually packed, is empty because its flooded. I drove past all the little cars and drove right into a spot.

I thought it would be flooded so I brought some water boots with me.
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:55 AM   #18067
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Haha its pouring today. I drove to school and the parking lot, which is usually packed, is empty because its flooded. I drove past all the little cars and drove right into a spot.

I thought it would be flooded so I brought some water boots with me.
I moved to Utah..from... Port Neches, TX, southeast of Beaumont. And for kicks my kids would cover the street drain that ended at the Neches River with cardboard so they could canoe in the 2 ft of water that would accumulate in the street and we lived in the Highest part of town.
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Uhm..ah..I know this one. AHAH! "Rutabaga!"
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I moved to Utah..from... Port Neches, TX, southeast of Beaumont. And for kicks my kids would cover the street drain that ended at the Neches River with cardboard so they could canoe in the 2 ft of water that would accumulate in the street and we lived in the Highest part of town.
Haha that's awesome
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Old 03-20-2012, 03:09 PM   #18072
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Man....its so pretty and so clear outside that if you look at the sun you can see two scoops of raisins!
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Got my hands on an oliva Serie V maduro today. So excited!
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Got my hands on an oliva Serie V maduro today. So excited!
Is that something thats edible, drinkable, requires topical medication or something kinky?
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Old 03-20-2012, 08:12 PM   #18075
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Night shift checking in!


Nice when do you plan on burning it?
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Old 03-20-2012, 08:27 PM   #18077
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Nice when do you plan on burning it?
When I got it. Lol. I don't have a humidor so I buy a stick at a time. Only been smoking cigars for 6 months or so. Still trying to find my niche. I really like padron oliva and illusione.
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When I got it. Lol. I don't have a humidor so I buy a stick at a time. Only been smoking cigars for 6 months or so. Still trying to find my niche. I really like padron oliva and illusione.
What kind of cigars do you enjoy? I only smoke cigars a few times a year but when i do i really enjoy smoking cusano 18's. They have a double connecticuit wrapper and a really creamy and mild smoke. If you enjoy cigars that are more on the mild side i highly recomend trying one if you havent already.
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When I got it. Lol. I don't have a humidor so I buy a stick at a time. Only been smoking cigars for 6 months or so. Still trying to find my niche. I really like padron oliva and illusione.
Well, I was close, you can do something kinky with it. Ask Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky.
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What kind of cigars do you enjoy? I only smoke cigars a few times a year but when i do i really enjoy smoking cusano 18's. They have a double connecticuit wrapper and a really creamy and mild smoke. If you enjoy cigars that are more on the mild side i highly recomend trying one if you havent already.
I float. Maduro is my go to. But I like habano wrappers and naturals to mix it up. Ill try anything in a torpedo shape. Next time you find yourself searching for a smoke look into oliva Serie O perfecto. It's a spicy creamy blend in s classic shape. About 5 6$
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Evening everyone, insomnia shall start soon, since I am not at work tonight
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I figured it was better than where's dinner

Nope. Still haen't gotten the transmission for it. I think it is coming from bf Egypt.
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I figured it was better than where's dinner
Get you some carry out Phil.

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You must be busy tonight. Haven't seen Dgrim yet either.

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