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Jackal
Posted 8/10/2009 1:42 AM (#36555 - in reply to #36554)
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So according to the video roiling your own cigars is an American tradition, just like baseball. Guess I haven't been performing my patriotic duty. That's it, no more having my cigars rolled by people in other countries, I am going to roll my own from now on.

And they make it so easy, giving you both the L shaped leaf and the square leaf for more rolling fun.
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Posted 8/10/2009 1:48 AM (#36557 - in reply to #310)
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This video shows how Bluntville blunts are indestructible.

According to the video, you can even piss on them without ruining their flavor

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBOkmSznHUQ&NR=1
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Posted 8/10/2009 2:06 AM (#36558 - in reply to #310)
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Hmmm pissing on them i guess keeps them from drying out you know like a humi
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Posted 8/10/2009 2:11 AM (#36559 - in reply to #310)
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maybe the double rapper is so you can take it off and use it for something else i mean they are bluntville cigars
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Posted 9/25/2009 4:09 PM (#40494 - in reply to #310)
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Well, I have to give BluntVille credit, True to their word, unlike certain other companies , they send the free stuff they say they will. I got my free smokes today, about six weeks after I sent in the request form: a "Pink Berry", a "Vanilla", and a "Blueberry". They are packaged in stylish foil envelopes that just beg you to put 22" wheels on your 1978 Cadillac Seville and wear your pants with the waistband a good deal south of your waistline! These are definitely on my "next to smoke" list, (after I finish my required reviews). Word to yo mutha!
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Posted 9/25/2009 4:31 PM (#40500 - in reply to #40494)
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gitfiddl - 9/25/2009 5:09 PM

Well, I have to give BluntVille credit, True to their word, unlike certain other companies , they send the free stuff they say they will. I got my free smokes today, about six weeks after I sent in the request form: a "Pink Berry", a "Vanilla", and a "Blueberry". They are packaged in stylish foil envelopes that just beg you to put 22" wheels on your 1978 Cadillac Seville and wear your pants with the waistband a good deal south of your waistline! These are definitely on my "next to smoke" list, (after I finish my required reviews). Word to yo mutha!


"Paging Mr. Gitfiddl! You have a call on the white courtesy phone over in the the Bomb Squad #2: Reports from the field thread!"
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Posted 9/25/2009 4:58 PM (#40502 - in reply to #40500)
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Well, I have to give BluntVille credit, True to their word, unlike certain other companies , they send the free stuff they say they will. I got my free smokes today, about six weeks after I sent in the request form: a "Pink Berry", a "Vanilla", and a "Blueberry". They are packaged in stylish foil envelopes that just beg you to put 22" wheels on your 1978 Cadillac Seville and wear your pants with the waistband a good deal south of your waistline! These are definitely on my "next to smoke" list, (after I finish my required reviews). Word to yo mutha!


"Paging Mr. Gitfiddl! You have a call on the white courtesy phone over in the the Bomb Squad #2: Reports from the field thread!"


Yes, I know. I'm about to fire it up!
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Posted 9/25/2009 5:45 PM (#40504 - in reply to #40494)
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gitfiddl - 9/25/2009 5:09 PM

Well, I have to give BluntVille credit, True to their word, unlike certain other companies , they send the free stuff they say they will. I got my free smokes today, about six weeks after I sent in the request form: a "Pink Berry", a "Vanilla", and a "Blueberry". They are packaged in stylish foil envelopes that just beg you to put 22" wheels on your 1978 Cadillac Seville and wear your pants with the waistband a good deal south of your waistline! These are definitely on my "next to smoke" list, (after I finish my required reviews). Word to yo mutha!


I have to hand it to you. You smoke a lot of cheap ass smokes. I respect that.
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Posted 9/25/2009 11:44 PM (#40538 - in reply to #310)
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I may be new to cigars, but I have about twenty years experience in the "rolling my own" department. Let me tell you that anyone that rolls their smoke in a cigar wrapper is a fool. The best on the market is Elements: http://www.zensmoke.com/elements.html







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Posted 9/25/2009 11:50 PM (#40539 - in reply to #40538)
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cmmayo - 9/25/2009 11:44 PM

I may be new to cigars, but I have about twenty years experience in the "rolling my own" department. Let me tell you that anyone that rolls their smoke in a cigar wrapper is a fool.


Oh, and obviously I am talking about rolling tobacco cigarettes. (Mexican tobacco, of course.)



Living 2.5 hours from Mexico has its advantages.
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Posted 9/26/2009 11:38 AM (#40558 - in reply to #40538)
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cmmayo - 9/26/2009 12:44 AM

I may be new to cigars, but I have about twenty years experience in the "rolling my own" department. Let me tell you that anyone that rolls their smoke in a cigar wrapper is a fool. The best on the market is Elements: http://www.zensmoke.com/elements.html





Companies like these with their flavored tobaccos and cigars are next on the FDA hit list.
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Posted 11/2/2009 1:36 PM (#45036 - in reply to #310)
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http://207.0.204.23/p-1518-free-cigar-offer.aspx

This might have been posted before, but it's still free! ($6 S&H)
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Posted 11/2/2009 2:02 PM (#45039 - in reply to #45036)
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ljlemer - 11/2/2009 11:36 AM

http://207.0.204.23/p-1518-free-cigar-offer.aspx

This might have been posted before, but it's still free! ($6 S&H)


Have you tried this? The comments on the site are pretty negative...
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Posted 11/2/2009 3:08 PM (#45061 - in reply to #45039)
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mcdimond - 11/2/2009 3:02 PM

Have you tried this? The comments on the site are pretty negative...


I didn't know they had a comments site. You can only order once. I ordered last year. It certainly wasn't the greatest collection, but I got to review some cigars I never would've bought.
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Posted 11/2/2009 3:12 PM (#45062 - in reply to #45061)
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Have you tried this? The comments on the site are pretty negative...


I didn't know they had a comments site. You can only order once. I ordered last year. It certainly wasn't the greatest collection, but I got to review some cigars I never would've bought.


Larry's bio will be called "A Fistful of Matches: The Man Who Smoked Every Cigar Ever Made."
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Posted 11/2/2009 4:21 PM (#45076 - in reply to #45061)
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Have you tried this? The comments on the site are pretty negative...


I didn't know they had a comments site. You can only order once. I ordered last year. It certainly wasn't the greatest collection, but I got to review some cigars I never would've bought.


I did it a while back as well. The cigars weren't bad as I recall (good enough for me to do it twice under different email addresses ), but the only one I can remember the name of was a Torano "The Brick". It was before I joined this fine site and started keeping track of what I smoked.
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Posted 11/17/2009 8:46 AM (#47256 - in reply to #14251)
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On that site people said that at best they are seconds or bundle cigars they say most will be sandwich/short filler according to the comments. And Torano The Brick is a bundle brand like the Perdomo Fresco so the deal isnt really that great. Basically you get free shipping on some 1 dollar cigars, IMO.

minesman - 7/22/2008 11:08 AM When they redesigned the site I tried logging in but couldnt pass the age verification test.Still cant.


That happened to me when I first tried to register IDK I never got it to work i think they have a problem with it on their end. Although if you want to register email them and they will fix it and it will take about a week, this is how I became a member. I think its worth being a member sometimes they have 1-2 cigar giveaways for no reason. Also as stated they have monthly or bi monthly giveaways and contests. So just shoot an email their way and they will work it out. Good luck.


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Posted 10/1/2010 3:02 AM (#110027 - in reply to #40539)
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I may be new to cigars, but I have about twenty years experience in the "rolling my own" department. Let me tell you that anyone that rolls their smoke in a cigar wrapper is a fool.


Oh, and obviously I am talking about rolling tobacco cigarettes. (Mexican tobacco, of course.)



Living 2.5 hours from Mexico has its advantages.


Living under the draconian laws of Texas has its disadvantages.
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Posted 11/29/2010 11:43 PM (#123358 - in reply to #110027)
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I may be new to cigars, but I have about twenty years experience in the "rolling my own" department. Let me tell you that anyone that rolls their smoke in a cigar wrapper is a fool.


Oh, and obviously I am talking about rolling tobacco cigarettes. (Mexican tobacco, of course.)



Living 2.5 hours from Mexico has its advantages.


Living under the draconian laws of Texas has its disadvantages.





Where did that come from? I didn't find Texas to be draconian at all! Quite enjoyed living there, actually.


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I may be new to cigars, but I have about twenty years experience in the "rolling my own" department. Let me tell you that anyone that rolls their smoke in a cigar wrapper is a fool.


Oh, and obviously I am talking about rolling tobacco cigarettes. (Mexican tobacco, of course.)



Living 2.5 hours from Mexico has its advantages.


Living under the draconian laws of Texas has its disadvantages.





Where did that come from? I didn't find Texas to be draconian at all! Quite enjoyed living there, actually.


The penalty for possession is draconian. I lived there too and didn't find their laws draconian either because I didn't break any. But if you're caught....
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Posted 11/30/2010 3:20 AM (#123361 - in reply to #310)
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This thread makes me think of the song "A country boy can survive", by Hank Williams Jr. There is a line in there about "...roll our own smokes too..."
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Posted 11/30/2010 3:46 AM (#123370 - in reply to #310)
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Cool thread. thanks for the info.
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Posted 11/30/2010 4:24 AM (#123372 - in reply to #123359)
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I may be new to cigars, but I have about twenty years experience in the "rolling my own" department. Let me tell you that anyone that rolls their smoke in a cigar wrapper is a fool.


Oh, and obviously I am talking about rolling tobacco cigarettes. (Mexican tobacco, of course.)



Living 2.5 hours from Mexico has its advantages.


Living under the draconian laws of Texas has its disadvantages.





Where did that come from? I didn't find Texas to be draconian at all! Quite enjoyed living there, actually.


The penalty for possession is draconian. I lived there too and didn't find their laws draconian either because I didn't break any. But if you're caught....



Thanks for the clarification...I got it now. Actually, I like states that are tough on crime. I don't always agree with them regarding what constitutes criminal behaviour...

There's a joke about Texas, that it's a vaild legal defense to say to the judge in your defense, "he needed killin'".
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Posted 11/30/2010 5:32 AM (#123380 - in reply to #123372)
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cmmayo - 9/25/2009 11:44 PM

I may be new to cigars, but I have about twenty years experience in the "rolling my own" department. Let me tell you that anyone that rolls their smoke in a cigar wrapper is a fool.


Oh, and obviously I am talking about rolling tobacco cigarettes. (Mexican tobacco, of course.)



Living 2.5 hours from Mexico has its advantages.


Living under the draconian laws of Texas has its disadvantages.





Where did that come from? I didn't find Texas to be draconian at all! Quite enjoyed living there, actually.


The penalty for possession is draconian. I lived there too and didn't find their laws draconian either because I didn't break any. But if you're caught....



Thanks for the clarification...I got it now. Actually, I like states that are tough on crime. I don't always agree with them regarding what constitutes criminal behaviour...

There's a joke about Texas, that it's a vaild legal defense to say to the judge in your defense, "he needed killin'".


I guess "draconian" to Larry means someone actually gets, *HORRORS*!!!, punished for breaking the law.
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Well, I have to give BluntVille credit, True to their word, unlike certain other companies , they send the free stuff they say they will. I got my free smokes today, about six weeks after I sent in the request form: a "Pink Berry", a "Vanilla", and a "Blueberry". They are packaged in stylish foil envelopes that just beg you to put 22" wheels on your 1978 Cadillac Seville and wear your pants with the waistband a good deal south of your waistline! These are definitely on my "next to smoke" list, (after I finish my required reviews). Word to yo mutha!


I have to hand it to you. You smoke a lot of cheap ass smokes. I respect that.
So good you missed the reiview in the Pink Berry and the Vanilla?
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