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I went to Cooperstown, NY the other day, while on vacation.
Running low on 'gars, I stumbled upon a sign for the
Cooperstown Cigar Co., next to a liquor store. It appeared
to be closed, so I asked the liquor store clerk if the cigar
store was going to open today or tomorrow. The clerk
replied that it was closed permanently. What a shame.

All I had left for two days was one lonely AF Anejo #55,
which was razed on the ride over to Springfield, MA
the next day. On the ride home today, there was nada
to smoke. :(

Chemyst:cool:
 

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I went to Cooperstown, NY the other day, while on vacation.
Running low on 'gars, I stumbled upon a sign for the
Cooperstown Cigar Co., next to a liquor store. It appeared
to be closed, so I asked the liquor store clerk if the cigar
store was going to open today or tomorrow. The clerk
replied that it was closed permanently. What a shame.

All I had left for two days was one lonely AF Anejo #55,
which was razed on the ride over to Springfield, MA
the next day. On the ride home today, there was nada
to smoke. :(

Chemyst:cool:
See, now that's a sad story........I haven't felt this way since old yeller died!

ATL
 
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