Chainsaw Hoarder Cigars - CAD International Gift Store Item

Post in 'The Gear' started by Boog, Jun 19, 2013.

  1. Boog

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    CAD International is making available these fine imported cigars for the discriminating saw hoarder on your gift list. To order a supply, just call 1-800-CAD-HELP!


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    (A friend of mine gave me this cigar the other day, as I've been known to occasionally indulge in one of these evil killer devices. I could not help but notice the label on it................... don't know where the heck they come from!)
     
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    Unfortunately, that is CAO........ and a mighty fine cigar! I prefer the brazilian wrapper.
     
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    I figured that might be the case ................. but in my mind its a D ................... leave it to some Huskie Hugger to rain on my parade :p ;lol ==c.
     
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    PM for the pop toys guys.
     
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    Thanks for the reminder BB, took care of it above.
     
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    Yep - CAO. A fine example of a nice smoke. It will actually have some woodsy characters to it. I also prefer the Brazilia banded gar, but I sure wouldn't turn that one down if it was handed to me.

    Oh - they come from Nicaragua but have a Connecticut wrapper grown in Ecuador (mild wrapper).
     
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    We talk a lot about smoke on this site but this is a new direction. :oops::confused: (and in FORTRAN for all I know..... ;em ;) )
     
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    It would not be uncommon to see me sitting on my front porch with a shot, a beer and a gar. I got rid of my big humidor, but still have my end table one that will hold about 500 gars.
     
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    I have to ask....and maybe it should be done in a PM, but what is a "pop toy"?
     
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    I believe what BB was referring to is the fact that Hearth.com is not the place for discussions about firearms.
     
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    LOL! Yea, please don't mix Firearms and Stoves!! That would require a much larger hearth clearance! :)

    I've been seen puffing on a nice mild stogie in front of my stove many a nights this past winter. And a few times while running the splitter out in the cold.
     
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