Out of the Humidor
From the Print Edition:
bundle of cigars, Winter 92/93
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It is right and verifies the mutual experiences cigar lovers share, both past and present, and it heralds a call to arms for rebelling against and educating the "ignoramuses."
Cigars have been my constant companion for 35+ years, and I consider them my most faithful and truest of friends--to share with only the deserving and to comfort my most solitary moments.
Stephen X. Giunta, M.D.
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Bravo! Is it really true that before my eyes appears an intelligent magazine expounding the many pleasures and delights of fine cigar enjoyment? God, I hope so. Your premier issue is delicious, enticing on every page, creating visions of bygone dreams come true. And not being one to lead or follow trendy crusades, I appreciate your entrepreneurial fortitude in plunging into the deep, cold national sea of a nonsmoking environment.
After all, we are all out there floating together in this sea of life...from birth to death, collecting assorted friends, loved ones and experiences along the way. And at the end of our voyage, what do we really have left?
For myself, memories and a few moments of quiet solitude to ponder the pleasure of a soothing snifter of Grand Marnier and the exquisite marriage of taste and aroma of a fine Partagas cigar. Isn't that what life is really all about?
Very truly yours,
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