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    There were so many bands in New Orleans. But most of the musicians had day jobs, you know - trades. They were bricklayers and carpenters and cigar makers and plasterers. Some had little businesses of their own - coal and wood and vegetable stores. Some worked on the cotton exchange and some were porters. They had to work at other trades 'cause there were so many musicians, so many bands. It was the most musical town in the country.
    — Zutty Singleton
    tags: work  job  business  cigar 
     
    Cheap cigars come in handy; they stifle the odor of cheap politicians.
    — Ulysses S. Grant
    tags: cigar 
     
    Break windows, smoke cigars, and stay up late. Tell 'em to do that, they'll find a little pot of gold.
    — Tom Waits
    tags: smoke  cigar 
     
    I'm looking forward to providing the men of Seattle with an evening where they can kick back, light up a cigar and enjoy a night to themselves. Women, we can't technically keep you out, but please stay at home.
    — Tom Leykis
    tags: men  women  night  cigar 
     
    There's something in the rhythm and roll of it that is connected to the way Hitchcock thinks and moves. Then there is everything he ingested - the cigar smoking and drinking that's imprinted on his voice.
    — Toby Jones
    tags: drinking  cigar 
     
    What this country needs is a really good 5-cent cigar
    — Thomas R. Marshall
    tags: cigar 
     
    What America needs is a good five-cent cigar.
    — Thomas R. Marshall
    tags: america  cigar 
     
    You better take advantage of the good cigars. You don't get much else in that job.
    — Thomas P. O'Neill III
    tags: job  advantage  cigar 
     
    I never can understand how anyone can not smoke it deprives a man of the best part of life. With a good cigar in his mouth a man is perfectly safe, nothing can touch him, literally.
    — Thomas Mann
    tags: men  smoke  cigar 
     
    Some sigh for this and that; My wishes don't go far; The world may wag at will, So I have my cigar.
    — Thomas Hood
    tags: world  wishes  cigar 
     
    Smoking too much makes me nervous. Must lasso my natural tendency to acquire such habits. Holding heavy cigar constantly in my mouth has deformed my upper lip, it has a sort of Havana curl.
    — Thomas A. Edison
    tags: cigar 
     
    There was definitely a pecking order, and when Stallone walked in, we were like, "All hail!" He came in with his big forearms, pointing and telling everybody where he wanted the cameras with his big cigar ablazing, and you just go, "This is Stallone!" with admiration, because none of us would be here without this guy. That's the thing, he changed movies forever
    — Terry Crews
    tags: forever  movie  cigar 
     
    I just naturally started to play music. My whole family played-my daddy played, my mother played. My daddy played bass, my cousin played banjo, guitar and mandolin. We played at root beer stands, like the .Drive-ins they have now, making $2.50 a night, and we had a cigar box for the kitty that we passed around, sometimes making fifty or sixty dollars a night. Of course we didn't get none of it, we kids.
    — T-Bone Walker
    tags: night  music  mother  kids  cigar 
     
    Asthma doesn't seem to bother me any more unless I'm around cigars or dogs. The thing that would bother me most would be a dog smoking a cigar.
    — Steve Allen
    tags: dog  cigar 
     
    I don't want to smoke cigars or go to stag parties, wear jockey shorts or pick up the check.
    — Shelley Winters
    tags: smoke  cigar 
     
    A woman is just a script, but a cigar is a motion picture.
    — Samuel Fuller
    tags: women  cigar 
     
    If the birth of a genius resembles that of an idiot, the end of a Havana Corona resembles that of a 5-cent cigar.
    — Sacha Guitry
    tags: birth  genius  idiot  cigar 
     
    Somehow I had to turn the salted peanuts in the cigar box into petits fours.
    — Ruta Sepetys
    tags: cigar 
     
    I think cigars are just a tremendous addition to the enjoyment of life.
    — Rush Limbaugh
    tags: cigar 
     
    I collect cigars. I love giving 'em away to people that really enjoy 'em, and I could think of no better place than West Point!
    — Rush Limbaugh
    tags: people  giving  cigar 
     
    There are times when you simply have to pose your model. The difference is in the kind of posing. It can be honest and dishonest, interesting and as wooden as a cigar store Indian.
    — Roy Stryker
    tags: time  cigar 
     
    There are a million really good cigars, you gotta really float around cigars. It's not like being locked into a brand of cigarettes; at least to me it's not.
    — Ron White
    tags: cigar 
     
    I smoke really good cigars, I don't smoke Cuban cigars. I would never do anything as Un-American as smoke a decent cigar.
    — Ron White
    tags: decent  smoke  cigar 
     
    I've got a great cigar collection - it's actually not a collection, because that would imply I wasn't going to smoke every last one of 'em.
    — Ron White
    tags: smoke  cigar 
     
    I quit smoking cigarettes and with the $70 a month I am saving not smoking cigarettes I'm smoking $700 worth of cigars.
    — Ron White
    tags: worth  cigar 
     
    I did have a deal for a little while a cigar company that never really materialized that much, except that I ended up with 100 boxes of my own cigars with my signature on them. Which is great, they are wonderful cigars but they never really fulfilled out so now I'm out of it. I can sign up with somebody else or go pick a blend or whatever. I probably will, there is no sense in not doing it.
    — Ron White
    tags: company  cigar 
     
    A wild and crazy weekend involves sitting on the front porch, smoking a cigar, reading a book.
    — Robert M. Gates
    tags: crazy  wild  reading  book  cigar 
     
    I would rather smoke one cigar than hear two sermons.
    — Robert Green Ingersoll
    tags: smoke  cigar 
     
    I am sure there are many things better than a good cigar, but right now, I can't think of what they might be.
    — Richard Carleton
    tags: right  cigar 
     
    I even smoke in bed. Imagine smoking a cigar in bed, reading a book. Next to your bed, there's a cigar table with a special cigar ashtray, and your wife is reading a book on how to save the environment.
    — Raul Julia
    A cigar is as good as memories that you have when you smoked it.
    — Raul Julia
    tags: memory  cigar 
     
    Maybe it's like becoming one with the cigar. You lose yourself in it; everything fades away: your worries, your problems, your thoughts. They fade into the smoke, and the cigar and you are at peace.
    — Raul Julia
    There are two things worth living for, one is a good cigar, the other is a better one.
    — Raul Julia
    tags: living  worth  cigar 
     
    You can't get good Chinese takeout in China and Cuban cigars are rationed in Cuba. That's all you need to know about communism.
    — P. J. O'Rourke
    tags: communism  cigar 
     
    Personally, I believe a rocking hammock, a good cigar, and a tall gin-and-tonic is the way to save the planet.
    — P. J. O'Rourke
    tags: believe  cigar 
     
    Bouillabaisse is only good because cooked by the French, who, if they cared to try, could produce an excellent and nutritious substitute out of cigar stumps and empty matchboxes.
    — Norman Douglas
    tags: substitute  cigar 
     
    Constable Moore had reached the age when men can subject their bodies to the worst irritations - whisky, cigars, woolen clothes, bagpipes - without feeling a thing or, at least, without letting on.
    — Neal Stephenson
    tags: men  age  body  cigar 
     
    I went to a cigar store, the man behind the counter asked me, "What kind of cigars do you like?" I answered, "It's a Boys."
    — Mitch Hedberg
    tags: men  cigar 
     
    Cigar smoking by it's very nature is much more reflective than interactive.
    — Michael Douglas
    tags: nature  cigar 
     
    You can try to trick the people and come out wearing a fedora and a tuxedo but that's not me. I was born in the late '70s, I wear jeans. I don't hang out in casinos. The lifestyle isn't my thing. I don't drink martinis and I don't smoke cigars.
    — Michael Buble
    tags: people  lifestyle  smoke  cigar 
     
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