November 30, Whiskey and Cigar Day: How will you celebrate Twain and Churchill?


The Author, painting the fence next to Mark Twain's home in Hannibal, Missouri, in 2012.  Had to trade some marbles and a yo-yo for the privilege . . .

The Author, painting the fence next to Mark Twain’s home in Hannibal, Missouri, in 2012. Had to trade some marbles and a yo-yo for the privilege . . .

This Saturday, November 30, is Whiskey and Cigar Day, the day we celebrate the births of Samuel Clemens, better known as Mark Twain, and Winston Churchill.

Whiskey and cigars are appropriate, even before noon (good thing it’s a Saturday, eh?)

What do you plan to celebrate?

How do you celebrate, if you don’t plan to use cigars or whiskey?  Readings from the men?

Comments are open for your ideas.

A cigar of Winston Churchill's, on display in Fulton, Missouri

A cigar of Winston Churchill’s, on display in Fulton, Missouri

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4 Responses to November 30, Whiskey and Cigar Day: How will you celebrate Twain and Churchill?

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  4. Black Flag® says:

    Winston is a “cousin” of mine, his grandmother is a great-great…grandmother of mine.

    That aside, what irony.

    A murderous warmongering politician and a radical anti-war author born on the same day, celebrated by you because they smoke cigars and drink.

    But you know, a cigar and whiskey does sound like a good idea Sat. morning…..

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