The entire crew has come together to discuss the Black men who were arrested at Starbucks and more. In addition, we discusses how men can be in a relationship with women with manly characteristics. How can a woman be a BOSS at the office and yield to a man at home?
Growing up in the inner city is no easy task. Many youth become desensitized to violence at a very young age because it is their way of life. The Practical Smokers family: Cole, Honeycomb, Trey, Joci (with the bangs) and Quincy welcome veteran actor E. Roger Mitchell to the show to discuss Black men and emotions.
The crew consisted of Cole, Trey, Joci and Quincy. Quincy, our resident Angry Black Man, kicks off a controversial topic of real estate's rising costs and gentrification. In addition, the crew discussed the benefits of welfare and how some of the team looked at the need for welfare reform. The team smoked the Quesada 40th Anniversary cigar, which was rated four flames by the crew.
The entire Practical Smokers family (minus Honeycomb), engage in a phenomenal discussion with Sebastien of Cavalier Geneve Cigars. Sebastien, at 26, owns a cigar lounge in Switzerland as well as Cavalier Geneve. His journey embarks on working for Davidoff, an unforgetable, educational experience from the Palentia family and an entire year in Honduras.
Today, the Practical Smokers crew dives in to inner-race racism. Being a sensitive time in America in regards to race relations, the Practical Smokers team discusses how Black are racist towards each other.