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Old 07-07-2013, 07:24 PM   #57
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You hit the nail one the head. I think I'll experience a Man-O-War tonight.
I'm a Monte Cristo #2 guy myself. When I indulge and enjoy the experience.
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Old 07-07-2013, 07:34 PM   #58
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Blah., blah, blah...liberal tree hugger crap! I'm outside, I'm not in someone's else's campsite or sitting outside their door. I might...MIGHT....move my chair a bit if you ask nicely. Campfire smoke is ok but not my cigar? I'll do what I want, when I want in my own campsite unless it's against the law or park rules. Close your friggin' window, or if you're man enough, come knock it out of my hand (critical error), otherwise, here's a large can of "Shut the hell up" for you to open. I have to go light my cigar RIGHT NOW!
ROFLMBO..... As my grandson would say "you da man! RetiredFPD"

Perhaps some day when all of us old geezers, who remembers America the way it use to be, are dead and buried, everyone will happy. They can take their one pill a day for substanance (Soylent Green comes to mind here) and live in the new Amerika. Until that time, it's my life and my body and I'll do what I want with it. If I want to stick a cigar in my CPAP, it's none of your damn business.

Why did my my paternal grandfather live to be 93 years old and smoked 3 packs of Lucky Strikes for 75 years, while my maternal grandmother and my mother died in their 40's of lung cancer and never smoked a day in their lives? It's genetics folks and just a roll of the dice.
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WOW, am awfull lot of hostility in this thread.

Wouldn't it have been simple to adjourn to your coach to finish your cigars?

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WOW, am awfull lot of hostility in this thread.

Wouldn't it have been simple to adjourn to your coach to finish your cigars?

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I think most would answer NO!
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Blah., blah, blah...snip ...snip...snip, here's a large can of "Shut the hell up" for you to open. I have to go light my cigar RIGHT NOW!
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Whichever side of this one's on, that line is hilarious. Gonna have to use that next chance I get...not here, Mods- I promise!
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I'm a Monte Cristo #2 guy myself. When I indulge and enjoy the experience.
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I have a 60-ring blunt Cohiba in the humidor.
A Monday night Experience, me thinks
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I have a 60-ring blunt Cohiba in the humidor.

That's gotta hurt, especially if the humidor is anywhere near the sacroiliac...

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Wouldn't it have been simple to adjourn to your coach to finish your cigars?

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It's a matter of principles. Yes the approach can make a difference to a certain extent. However, it is anyone's right to smoke in their paid campsite. No one has a right to impose their desires on anyone who is doing nothing illegal or against the rules on their own property.

If they do, they are being self serving and inconsiderate. If your desire conflicts with anyone exercising their rights, then it's up to you to make the changes to fulfill your desires.

The easy route is of course to have the person give up their rights to fulfill your desires. As you've read here, that may or may not work.

I consider the asking a very lazy alternative to doing what is right, and that is putting youself in a position that fulfills your desires, rather than intruding on a neighbors rights.

I hope this clarifies things a bit. I am not some uncaring hard ash by any strech, but right is right and wrong is wrong.

If you like campfires and your neighbor said they don't like campfire smoke and asked you to not have them any more, what would you do?
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Why did my my paternal grandfather live to be 93 years old and smoked 3 packs of Lucky Strikes for 75 years, while my maternal grandmother and my mother died in their 40's of lung cancer and never smoked a day in their lives? It's genetics folks and just a roll of the dice.
Again, secondhand smoke can kill even better than those that smoke themselves. What a shame...
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That's gotta hurt, especially if the humidor is anywhere near the sacroiliac...

Get well soon!
Good one, Francesca! I count on you for that.
It is somewhat near my sacorilliac when I sit on the dinette. :-)
Its under the seat, protected from the heat. I'm a puffer, not a poofter!
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....... If you like campfires and your neighbor said they don't like campfire smoke and asked you to not have them any more, what would you do?
Apparently some would take their campfire inside their Motorhome. S'mores anyone.
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Good one, Francesca! I count on you for that.
It is somewhat near my sacorilliac when I sit on the dinette. :-)
Its under the seat, protected from the heat. I'm a puffer, not a poofter!
Is that a Trivial Pursuit clue or a medical condition?...
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Again, secondhand smoke can kill even better than those that smoke themselves. What a shame...
Rofl...and where did my maternal grandmother and mother get this from? Neither did my father or my maternal grandfather smoke. You people crack me up
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