Out of the Humidor
From the Print Edition:
Fidel Castro, Summer 94
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During my 10 years as a yacht captain, one of my truly favorite moments is when I carry my humidor up to the flybridge to enjoy a cigar with the stars. In the anchorage of a small Caribbean island, with nothing but the occasional silhouette of a high-soaring frigate bird and my Davidoff, I am constantly reminded of what all my elders said to me very early in life: "Do what you want with your life because it goes much faster than you think."
Marvin, thank you for bringing me Cigar Aficionado and for bringing another piece of happiness into my life!
Capt. Michael Schueler
Lat. 25.46N Long. 80.11W
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I am a freshman at Washington and Lee University. I was introduced to your magazine by a friend of my mother's. I actually find Cigar Aficionado quite enjoyable. I am amazed to read of the plethora of people who are fanatical about cigars. Husbands including the right to smoke their cigars in prenuptial agreements is hard to believe. I am not afraid to admit that the young, conservative 19-year-old lady that I am just may take up the distinguished habit of cigar smoking.
Heath B. Acuff
Editor's Response: Heath, we warmly welcome you.
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