Out of the Humidor
From the Print Edition:
George Burns, Winter 94/95
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There are several things I would like to say in this letter. First, I am 20 years old and a senior at Illinois State University and I have been smoking cigars since age 13. I must say, the journey from sneaking my great-grandfather's White Owl Miniatures to openly enjoying Arturo Fuente Hemingway Classics has been nothing but pleasurable and it keeps getting better.
Since many of your readers are relatively young, I believe it would be of interest to us if you would print an article that focuses on younger cigar smokers. In any case, I would at least like to know how many of your readers fall into this age category.
Your Summer 1994 article, "The Privileges of Membership" inspired me to begin the project of forming a cigar club at Illinois State University. I immediately called Charlie Barley, the founder of the Florida State University cigar society, and asked for guidelines in creating a club. I am currently gathering members for the club.
Your magazine is by far the best thing that could have happened to cigar smokers everywhere. Keep up the incredible quality.
Please print my name and address so that I may hear from all who wish to offer me information and/or advice in my project or anything else.
413 Carter Street
Stanford, Illinois 61774
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