Turn of the Screw: A Cigar is Just a Cigar
– Ambiguity by definition is an attribute of any concept, idea, and statement or claims whose meaning, intention or interpretation cannot be definitively resolved according to the rules of or process consisting of a finite number of steps. And ambiguity in plays can make the reader think in ways never thought possible, the many different meanings and outcomes. Similar to Sigmund Freud and his dream theory of not everything in a dream has relevance, cigar in a dream could mean a falase or it could be just a cigar….
Effects of the Cigar Strike of 1937
– Not only did the strike affect money, family relationships and Nowak’s ankle it erupted a domino effect, affecting other businesses as well.“They won the complete support of the whole neighborhood,’ according to Stanley Nowak. “The cigar womens strike also precipitated a wave of sit-downs by other women in laundries, restaurants, hotels, and the five-and-dime and specialty food stores in the city.” Other women in smaller businesses around the city began sitting down in strike as well. Although their strikes did not last as long as the Cigar strike it goes to show how the Cigar making women had an impact on other working women…. ;
The Cigar Strike of 1937
– Digging a bit more into the past of the war between cigar companies and their need for better treatment, an article popped up describing some events that happened well before the 1937 strike. During the 1900s, specifically in 1916 there was a Cigar company called Wayne Cigar Manufacturing Company who paid their workers under what they felt they deserved. Besieged by 3,ooo rioters, in the sight of a mob estimated at 15,000 persons, a handful of village police defended the Hamtramck branch of Wayne Cigar Manufacturing company plant at Geimer and Whitney avenues Thursday night for two hours, until the arrival of reinforcements from Detroit and the action of Fire Chief Martin Bishop of Hamtram… ;
The Cuban Cigar Industry
– Even for the uneducated cigar smoker, Cuban cigars are known as the upper echelon of style and class. They have a distinct taste and feel and are considered by some as containing the world’s best tobacco. Cuba’s land is possibly the ideal place to grow the most tempting cigar tobacco in the world. Though other countries are making very similar cigars, Cuba’s mystique still has a strong hold over cigar aficionados worldwide. Given the current popularity of cigar smoking in the United States, and the fact that Americans like the ?finer things’ in life, it would only make sense that the Cuban cigar industry would be a good entity to devote your investing money in…. ;
6 Cigar Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction about Cigars
– … Filler tobacco determines the cigar’s strength. This myth may have originated because the dark leaf includes more tar and oils. When it is smoked, residues of the oils and tar, plus nicotine linger on the smokers lips, which contributes to the myth dark wrappers are stronger. Fact: Time has told truth; light or dark wrappers do not determine strength of a cigar. Certain cigars with a dark outer leaf go through an extended period of fermentation. While this doesn’t affect strength, as the sugars ripen the cigar tastes sweeter….