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The new Seattle guy
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Jeremy here from Seattle.

Just wanted to take a second to introduce myself before I go off posing on the forum. I have been smoking cigars since I was 18, but of course have been appreciating them a lot more as I have gotten older. Building up a pretty decent collection now, and I am about to pull the trigger on my first cooler, as my three humidors are pretty much all full.

Likes - Connecticut wrappers, whether shade or sun-grown, I'll smoke em all. A great cabernet, and a good port. My wine collection is fast surpassing my cigar collection. Formula 1 racing, which I have followed for the past decade or so. Of course a good cup of coffee (it's Seattle, they would kick me out if I didn't). And of course, the Huskies (UW alum), Colts, and Dallas Stars.

Dislikes - Sumatra wrappers, but everyone tells me that I just haven't had the right one. They all have a very sour note to them that I can't place. Reminds me of something bad tasting from childhood. Pino Gris, which I have always felt imparts a thought of drinking the juice from a lawn mower bag. And the University of Oregon (which any real Husky will loathe, and all the fan boys seem to not care about, a true problem here in Seattle).

Hopefully that lets everyone know a bit about me. I look forward to getting to know a bit about everyone else.

-Stormin
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#2
Hello from Long Island, or as some say "Lawn Guyland"

Nice intro!
If Sonny had EZ-Pass, he'd have survived that hit...
Never apologize mister, it's a sign of weakness. - Capt. Nathan Cutting Brittles
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#3
Welcome!

Nick from MA
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#4
Welcome
--Mike

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#5
Welcome from right up the road in Everett. Where are you at in Seattle?
I like smoking lightning
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#6
Downtown Carl. Right in downtown.
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#7
Hi and welcome from down in the middle of California! ;-)







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#8
Welcome, cigars and port, it doesnt get much better!
Viva Lancero!

"Spokesd!ck"
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#9
Welcome!!!
"I do not save cigars for occasions that may not happen. Cigars make the occasion special, not the other way around."

Ryan
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#10
Welcome from Wisconsin!
Fishing is much more than fish. It is the great occasion when we may return to the fine simplicity of our forefathers.
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