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The Sidekicks of Cigars
When it comes to heroes, sidekicks are often overlooked. Goose was killed off halfway through Top Gun, Virgil stayed in Purgatory while Dante got to go to Paradise, and Batman, throughout the series, got all the glory, leaving Robin to wonder why the heck he was wearing tights. This sidekick phenomenon is true in so many areas, including cigars: Christopher Columbus is generally credited with being the man who introduced the world to the concept of smoking, but it was actually two of his men – t Read More...
Cigar Culture: Mark Twain
Anyone who knew Mark Twain, either personally, professionally, or through his legacy of literature, knew that he was a writer whose cigars were as instrumental to his existence as his written words. In the history of cigars, there was no one who was a bigger fan, or a more dedicated smoker. His love of tobacco can not be rivaled by anyone, with the exception, naturally, of Samuel Clemens.
Mark Twain was born on November 30, 1835 in Florida, Missouri to a country merchant and his wife. Though he Read More...
Tax Free Cigarettes
The Federal Excise Tax on each carton of cigarettes is $3.90 currently. Various off-shore marketers exempt themselves from this tax, as do black marketers and smugglers. Therefore, there are few legal 'Tax Free' cigarettes being sold in America.
Legal tax-free cigarettes are the cigarettes sold by the Seneca Nation of Indians. The Seneca Nation of Indians is based in Western New York. They are federally recognized as a separate nation by the United States, and enjoy a tax-free status.
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