Comment: Agree with your facts. Let me assist with your query.

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Agree with your facts. Let me assist with your query.

Sorry I can not be more helpful on this matter.

As for your question: "What the hell are these people smoking?" May I be of assistance?
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"I know a good cigar better than you do, for I have had sixty years' experience. No, that is not what I mean; I mean I know a bad cigar better than anybody else. I judge by the price only; if it costs above 5 cents, I know it to be either foreign or half foreign and unsmokable.

By me I have many boxes of Havana cigars, of all prices, from 20 cents apiece up to $1.66 apiece; I bought none of them; they were all presents; they are an accumulation of several years. I have never smoked one of them, and never shall. I work them off on the visitor. You shall have a chance when you come." - letter to L. M. Powers, November 9, 1905; quoted in The New York Times, March 26, 1911

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul