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too cold to bomb?

webmostwebmost Dull-AwarePosts: 7,022 ✭✭✭✭✭
About two weeks back, you may remember, I received a cigar bomb via UPS, on a day when it was six degrees outside. Those three frosty sotweed icicles were hard as nightsticks. I have two packages ready to mail now; one for Kuzi and one for someone from another web site. Global warming is predicted to plunge to nine degrees tomorrow (curse that carbon). I am inclined to hold on to these packages until weather moderates. Granted, USPS trucks are white instead of brown, so that should help; but on the other hand, those cigarsickles just came from Quakertown, a mere 80 miles away; while Kuzi is in Ohio, and the other guy is in Massachusetts; implying a lot more truck time.

All this begs the question: When does it get too cold to bomb, you think? For example, is 25 acceptable, 20 questionable, 15 don't mess with it?

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  • Bob_LukenBob_Luken already sucked before joining forum,.....just sayin'.Posts: 8,181 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I don't think it will hurt. They (warehouses) freeze cigars to kill beetles, larvae & eggs don't they?
  • jlmartajlmarta 50 miles from ParadisePosts: 7,832 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I've had to freeze some sticks to get rid of beetles. Freezing won't hurt the cigars but I recommend a day or two of gentle thawing in the refrigerator before putting them in the humi..... Just my $.02......
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