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text 2020-06-26 10:37
What’s So Special About Good Stuff Tobacco?

Good Stuff Tobacco has built a solid reputation for itself as arguably the best brand on the market. What makes this tobacco brand stand out? Find out this and more in our Good Stuff Tobacco review.

Features of Quality Tobacco For a tobacco brand to lay claims to being top quality, it must possess the following features:

History RSB is the manufacturer of Good Stuff Tobacco, a company that’s been in operation for nearly two decades. It’s a North Carolina manufacturer, a region famous for churning out high-grade tobacco products. The company owners, the Bowen family, have over a century’s experience handling tobacco, with manufacturing, selling, shipping, and more being among their generational run.

Quality The quality of ingredients in your tobacco brand plays a crucial role in your smoking experience. Tobacco is best when it burns slowly; this makes it more robust and long-lasting. Tobacco shape and quality are contributing factors to the burning rate along with the smoking tube or pipes.

When combined with a quality pipe, Good Stuff tobacco burns perfectly. This tobacco comes evenly cut to ensure you enjoy that smooth and robust smoke.

A quality you come across on any of the Good Stuff Tobacco review posts online is the lack of a bitter aftertaste or foul smell. Inferior tobacco is notorious for giving off a foul odor and leaving your mouth tasting sour after a smoke. You won’t experience such a problem with any of Good Stuff Tobacco products.

Variety Good Stuff is out to meet the needs of smokers, and stay committed to their objectives to the latter. They offer customers a wide range of tobacco flavors, each meeting the brand’s signature high-quality.

Individuals like to have options, so they don’t have to settle for less or a flavor that’s not satisfying their pallets. You can opt for Good Stuff Pipe Tobacco gold, silver, white, and various other types, all of which are available at affordable prices on Smoker’s Outlet.

Good Stuff also comes in multiple package sizes so that you can save more on your favorite smoke.

Long-Lasting A tobacco brand can lay claims to being a top brand if its product retains quality even after delivery. Shaking is a common culprit for such scenarios in tobacco.

Using design ingenuity, RSB achieves tobacco that offers minimal shaking and is long-lasting. You don’t have to worry about your smoke being less satisfying after sitting on the shelf for long periods.

Final Thoughts Good Stuff Tobacco is a household staple and tops many smoking enthusiasts list. Smoker’s Outlet offers this top quality at an affordable price as it looks to provide its customers only the best. To keep up with its objective, the online store also has other premium tobacco brands such as 4 Aces Pipe Tobacco 6 oz Regular and quality pipes, tubes, and smoking accessories. Visit the store now.
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text 2020-04-23 02:08
Bristol F2 Fighter Aces of World War I - Jon Guttman

"BRISTOL F 2 FIGHTER ACES OF WORLD WAR I" offers the reader a concise history of an aircraft that, despite its initial dismal combat performance on the Western Front in April 1917 (owing to its erroneous use as a traditional 2-seater aircraft), later developed into one of the most successful combat aircraft of the war.

The Bristol F 2 was unique in that, while designed as a 2-seater aircraft for carrying out reconnaissance, photography, and bombing missions, it also had the speed and agility of a single-seat fighter with the benefit of an "extra sting in the tail" in the form of an observer armed with a twin Lewis machine gun on a swivel mount. Aside from service on the Western Front, the "Brisfit" would go on to distinguish itself in Italy and Palestine against the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Turks & Germans, respectively.

Like other Osprey books, this one is chock-full of photographs and color illustrations showing the Bristol F 2s that were flown by various pilots who "made ace" flying it in combat. Any aviation enthusiast and model airplane kit modeler will love this book.

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text 2020-02-12 22:37
The aces over the Western Front
Flying Aces of World War I - Gene Gurney
Gene Gurney’s Flying Aces of World War I was one of the first history books I read growing up. As a boy, I was gripped by the stories of pilots in rickety planes dueling to death over the trenches of the Western Front, and the memory of their exploits stayed with me. Reading it again brought back fond recollections of pouring over its pages on my elementary school’s playground, but its limits also stood out in a way that they had not to me as a child. The book is narrower than its title suggests, offering potted biographies of eight pilots who served on the Western Front. Two of the pilots are Americans and a third is a Franco-American pilot; while this isn't surprising given its intended audience it does mean that the portrayal of the air war is a little skewed. Nevertheless, Gurney succeeds in writing an entertaining work that captures the excitement of air combat at that time, one that is a good starting point for young readers seeking to learn about the war and the men who waged it.
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text 2020-02-12 15:35
Reading progress update: I've read 131 out of 187 pages.
Flying Aces Of World War I (Landmark Edition) - Gene Gurney

This was one of the first history book I read growing up, and a while back I picked up an ex libris copy that I found at a used bookstore. Reading it takes me back to pouring over it on my elementary school playground, pouring over the stories of pilots in rickety planes dueling to death over the trenches of the Western Front.

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text 2019-04-27 17:22
Back Check by Kelly Jamieson 1.99!!!
Back Check: An Aces Hockey Novel - Kelly Jamieson

Tanner Bennet hates weddings. They just remind him that he simply isn’t cut out for any kind of healthy, committed relationship—never has been, never will be. After getting rejected by the girl he thought was “the one” all those years ago, he made a huge mistake and married the wrong person. Now that the divorced heartbreaker has reluctantly agreed to be a groomsman for one of his NHL teammates, the last thing he expects is a chance at redemption with the one that got away.

After Marc Dupuis of the Chicago Aces hires wedding planner Katelyn Medford, she discovers that her big break comes with a twist: a reunion with her college sweetheart. The way she dumped Tanner still haunts her. Eight years—and three broken engagements—later, Katelyn knows she’ll never have that kind of innocent, wide-eyed passion again. Still, she and Tanner soon generate enough body heat to burn up the sheets. And even with Tanner’s career with the Aces up in the air, Katelyn’s wondering whether the time is right to let him in for real.

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