Vegetarian Means Vegan, Right?

Actually vegetarians tend to differ from what Vegans consider themselves to be. The exact reasons for why, evade me at the moment.

I eat plenty of vegetables but also enjoy eggs so I think this means I may be a vegetarian but I am not a vegan because eggs are not on their menu. I need to watch my calories and weight.

Veganism, if I may, seems to be more like a religion than just a healthy eating regime. I think the term is applied to not only eggs but even to wearing things that may have once been alive, like leather.

I have no feelings on this one way or another and think our life choices are just that, our life choices.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Cubanc cigars come in different sizes

By Trevor Wallace

I was talking my friend John and he goes "What shapes do Cuban cigars come in?". I was not so much surprised at the question but considering John (He knows nothing about Cuban cigars), it was some what a pleasant thing. To me it sounded like John finally decided to dabble into the world of Cuban cigars. Well he was asking the right guy and than I gave him the whole deal on sizes and Cuban cigars.

So what is the best sized Cuban cigar? Well it really depends on you the Cuban cigar enthusiast. Some people like the long size, some people like the short Robusto size (Which is also very popular by the way) and some like the super short Cuban cigars. It all depends on what kind of cigar you enjoy. Many people have different reasons.

I like long Cuban cigars and short Cuban cigars. They both do it for me. However, I'll tell you how I select the sizes sometimes. For me, it all depends on the time I have these days. If I have lots of time and over sixty five minutes or so, I will open up a box of Cohiba Esplendios and take it easy for that moment. If I have a business meeting, than I'll grab a Cohiba Siglo and go from there.

So besides the length, one other major thing that separates Cuban cigars is the thickness of the cigar. Everyone here has their own pick and sometimes it's not the length that matters, but the actual ring gauge. The ring gauge is the term used to describe the thickness of each Cuban cigar. In fact, their is a whole rating system behind it.

Personally, I prefer the Robusto size but I came up to this decision after trying out different Cuban cigars. So my suggestion is try each of them out. Hold them in your hands and see which offers the best draw for you. If it works, stick with it and than work you way into trying out different Cuban cigar models that offer the same size.

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