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Old 09-29-2012, 10:08 PM   #61
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Call me tomorrow, and come on over to smoke some good 'baccy, if you're willing. You'll still be a patriot, promise ya'.
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Old 09-29-2012, 10:16 PM   #62
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Monte Cristo Classic #4 or Macanudo.

Maybe Im a hillbilly but Backwoods ain't bad when drinking beer on the back porch.

Jeremy, I love America and buy as much american as I can, even on my :projects, but I have a Beretta shotgun, what does that mean? I liked the Beretta better than the Remington 1100, it is what it is.
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Yep.
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Like I asked originally. "When did "Buy American" become something that shouldn't be said?" No point in beating a dead horse. I give. You win.
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Not against it. Just not going to buy a sub par product when I want the best. Remington should compete harder. If its apple for apples, I'll pay more for it if its american.
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Thank you.
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Like I asked originally. "When did "Buy American" become something that shouldn't be said?"
It didn't. It was also never said "Buy inferior America products...just because they're American". I think I can speak for all/most of us...if America offers a superior product, we are all of us, willing to purchase it.
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Only had one Cuban. Buddy did a stint as a guard at Guantanamo. It was awesome, especially with some Dewars.
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Now...back to the regularly scheduled smoking...
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It didn't. It was also never said "Buy inferior America products...just because they're American". I think I can speak for all/most of us...if America offers a superior product, we are all of us, willing to purchase it.

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Nikon Pro Staff vs Leupold . Both good 3x9x50 opticals. I chose Luepold for $100 or so more precisely because its made in america.

If it had been in anyway inferior, Nikon it is. I work hard for my money.
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Jaws...can you please add your name to your "signature" line in your CP? I hate agreeing with peeps who I don't even know their first name.

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Thanks, John. For the short term.
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Send that man a monte 2 and a phillie blunt..... Now tell me, they aren't even in the same league! America does great with all tobacco products other than cigars. Although don peppin had many of his cigars rolled in miami up til about 3 or 4 years ago
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I'm sorry for bringing the "pain in the balls" posts here, it's my fault.

I was just looking to join the conversation, so...thanks, and sorry. Mea culpa.
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I enjoyed a variety of 50 rings for years.....

Many clients have supplied me with some HIGH DOLLAR stogies, Bourbon & Scotch over the years...

Most of the stogies were not American made...

dam I miss that stuff...
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This was my tip awhile back.

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Honestly, the best cigar I've every had was hand rolled in Vegas. The dean of the school of percussion from UNLV used to have them made for him. I haven't found anything like those ever again.

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