Given A Tin of 1996 Christmas Cheer...Rust Inside

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BeardonBoards

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Oh no... I purchased a 1994 tin to crack on my birthday in June. Hopefully mine is rust and mold free. I had planned on that being a birthday smoke for the rest of my life. Will try to remember to post again in a week or two when I crack it to air out a bit before the inaugural smoke.
 

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Oh no... I purchased a 1994 tin to crack on my birthday in June. Hopefully mine is rust and mold free. I had planned on that being a birthday smoke for the rest of my life. Will try to remember to post again in a week or two when I crack it to air out a bit before the inaugural smoke.
hey does that mean you're birthday is in a week or two. I ask cause so is mine.
 

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Having gone through the Great Depression and having not been spared its ravages, my folks were very frugal and threw nothing away if a bit more use could be wrung from it.
My mother would throw out any sort of food in the fridge until it took on the appearance of an alien life form.
They see the expiration date as a challenge
 
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