Out of the Humidor
From the Print Edition:
Jim Belushi, November/December 2010
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Watching a Business Augusta helicopter taking off does not make me (a CPL-H for Bell and Eurocopter) feel sorry for myself. I feel proud both for the owner and the pilots!
Someone savoring a rare and fine cigar after dinner, well prepared, accompained with proper liquids-for me this is real living, not the "living" proposed in glossy advertisements or condemned by some Unions.
But for those without any feeling for what makes life really worth living (and this does not have to be caviar and Champagne, perhaps just a slice of home-made bread with fresh butter and salt at 4:00 am), the "luxury cigar" will not help them anyway.
Editor's Note: We received a lot of letters about Mr. Salvetti's comments. We do believe that part of our job is telling the world about the Good Life, and how to get the most out of living. It's not always about expensive items but about things that we believe represent quality. Our real desire is to point people in the right direction so they can make the right choice for themselves.
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