watch it: 1950s commercial for Robert Burns cigars

*sigh* And I remember when Grandpa fed me peyote, the most natural high a trusted older loved one can share with a child:

Remember: Tuesday is “soylent green day,” and Thursday is “funky old TV commercial” day…

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Adam smith
Adam smith
Thu, Sep 17, 2009 3:55pm

Sweet Afton is named the lyrical rhyme by Robert Burns and house in what was first a smoke shop at the twist of the century. Detection that Burns had also lent his moniker to a tobacco company back in the day, they took it as a symbol. And I have also open Montecristo cigars shop but not home i have opened for worldwide…

Thu, Sep 17, 2009 5:10pm

Adam, honey, what are you smoking right now?