I was wrong in the last line of my first post in this thread...I do, in fact, have something else to say about that.
Your mailing address must be viewable to members so I (and other members) will know what address to send to. Keep in mind that a bomb is a surprise attack, so I won't be asking anyone for their address for bombing purposes.
Please insure you keep your address information up to date.
I got hit by an ICBM--an Intercontinental Cigar Bomb Mailing. There was so much damage... OH, THE HUMANITY!!!
The cigars in the pic below are actually from the wishlist I posted:
Padron 1964 Ann. Exclusivo
Cohiba Maduro 5 Genios
Partagas Serie D No. 4
DPG My Father LeBijou 1922 Petite Robusto
Les also included a ton of other goodies, such as a bottle of "Chamisul" Soju and a bunch of snacks. (Hey, Les, I used to work at Frito-Lay's International Headquarters, so seeing a bag of Korean Cheetos brought back a lot of great memories!)
Les didn't know this, but I just got laid off last week from a job I loved in Austin and I'm currently scrambling to find work. This was a wonderful distraction from dealing with a bunch of horrible s**t, and I really appreciate it. Les, you really cheered me up, even if I'm going to ruin my low-carb diet enjoying all of these great snacks.
BOY, did you pick the right person to send this to. My Taiwanese gf turned me on to seaweed snacks a few years ago, but this stuff is much better than the "Hot & Spicy" Chinese crap we get in Chinatown...
cmmayo - 3/22/2010 8:31 AM Les didn't know this, but I just got laid off last week from a job I loved in Austin and I'm currently scrambling to find work. This was a wonderful distraction from dealing with a bunch of horrible s**t, and I really appreciate it.
Corey, sorry to hear about the layoff. Best wishes for you to find a better job right away. Glad I was able to cheer you up a little.
I urge well considered caution with soju. It's the Korean version of tequila. It has snuck up on me on more than one occasion whilst roaming the byways of Seoul, Osan, Pusan, Taegu, and a couple other places I plumb forget. It's mighty smooth going down though. Makes strong men weak, cowardly men brave, and ugly flight nurses...well nothing much can correct that...but you get my drift.
cmmayo - 3/26/2010 7:56 AM Les, thanks for the chamisul or soju or whatever it is... Not as strong on the tongue as it smells. Thought it would taste like vodka, but it is almost fruity. A little floral, too. Enjoying it with a TNT Alt Padron from Dave S.
It's soju... the brand name is Chamisul. Most Koreans can't pronounce my last name correctly, so I tell them my name is Chamisul and they usually get a kick out of that (it's actually Chamness [Cham-ness] , but they say "Cham-nes-suh").