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  1. Very sad to hear. I have always been a P.J. fan. Basically defined my college years. Fair winds and following seas.
  2. Very sad to hear this. He was a true persons person. RIP
  3. Matt does great work and is a great guy. Love my Avallo. Need another one but the CFO (wife) says NO!!!
  4. I have an Avallo and it works great. Matt is a great guy to work with.
  5. Would be fun. If you plan to bring cigars/rum back, I believe there is a 48 stay required to use the duty free exemption. I could be wrong. The duty-free exemptions ($200, $800, or $1,600) apply if: - The items are for your personal or household use or intended to be given as gifts. -They are in your possession, that is, they accompany you when you return to the United States. Items to be sent later may not be included in your $800 duty-free exemption. (Exceptions apply for goods sent from Guam or the U.S. Virgin Islands.) - They are declared to CBP. If you do not declare something that should have been declared, you risk forfeiting it. If in doubt, declare it. - You are returning from an overseas stay of at least 48 hours. For example, if you leave the United States at 1:30 p.m. on June 1, you would complete the 48-hour period at 1:30 p.m. on June 3. This time limit does not apply if you are returning from Mexico or from the U.S. Virgin Islands. (See also the section on the $200 exemption). - You have not used all of your exemption allowance, or used any part of it, in the past 30 days. For example, if you go to England and bring back $150 worth of items, you must wait another 30 days before you are allowed another $800 exemption. (See the section on the $200 exemption.) - The items are not prohibited or restricted as discussed in the section on Prohibited and Restricted Items in the "Know Before You Go" If you would like a hard copy of the publication, please order it through the Publications section of our Web site. If you wish to receive automatic updates to this Q&A, select "Subscribe to Updates" on the left side of this screen. Here is a link: hour rule

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