Many years ago I used to read magazines that came to my father in the mail, specialized publications like the Elks Club and Veterans of Foreign Wars magazines.
There was frequently an ad for cigars that bore this headline: “YOU DON’T NEED CASTRO’S PERMISSION TO ENJOY THE UNIQUE HAVANA FLAVOR.”
This was an ad I never saw in mainstream magazines. Clearly, these cigar makers were looking for a certain demographic. (In researching this column I found it still appears occasionally in publications like the “Gator CAPers,” the newsletter of the Florida Civil Air Patrol.)