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cljoeen

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I am not a cigar smoker myself but I am currently in Managua, Nicaragua and have come across many boxes of Cuban and Nicaraguan cigars and apparently they are hard to get in the US (in the case of the Cubans they are illegal). I am wondering if there is a demand for what i am able to purchase here and try to bring back with me to the USA through customs. If there are interested people I will purchase at my own expense and sell once i am back in the US July 27th and arrange payment. I am guessing i am getting a big discount by buying down here and figure I can sell them in the US and still make a small profit myself. If anyone is interested they can contact me at enbbcl@hotmail.com
 

Devil Doc

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In the words of that famous Army Medic Radar O'Riely, "Wait for it" :whistling:

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AVB

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Just an FYI since I know you like those medical folks but Radar was just a clerk, not a Medic.

In the words of that famous Army Medic Radar O'Riely, "Wait for it" :whistling:

Doc
 

CoventryCat86

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I am not a cigar smoker myself but I am currently in Managua, Nicaragua and have come across many boxes of Cuban and Nicaraguan cigars and apparently they are hard to get in the US (in the case of the Cubans they are illegal). I am wondering if there is a demand for what i am able to purchase here and try to bring back with me to the USA through customs. If there are interested people I will purchase at my own expense and sell once i am back in the US July 27th and arrange payment. I am guessing i am getting a big discount by buying down here and figure I can sell them in the US and still make a small profit myself. If anyone is interested they can contact me at enbbcl@hotmail.com
I'm guessing that your prices aren't going to be at all competitive with what people can get them for from internet sources so ya might as well just save yourself a whole lot of time and risk and just forget about your little business venture and enjoy your stay in Central America. ;)
 

symyn

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In addition it might be tough to find legitimate sources for those Cubans :)
 

Devil Doc

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Just an FYI since I know you like those medical folks but Radar was just a clerk, not a Medic.

In the words of that famous Army Medic Radar O'Riely, "Wait for it" :whistling:

Doc
I have no idea how the Army medical corps conducts its buisness,but in the Navy it would not be unusual for a Corpsman to act as Yeoman or Personelman, ie. clerk. This of course is due to the specialized language used in the MSC.
I have seen episodes where Radar pulls watches in triage and the OR during emergencies. I think you're just jealous because there's no lovable Marines on TV :laugh:

Doc.
 

stevehawk

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Just an FYI since I know you like those medical folks but Radar was just a clerk, not a Medic.

In the words of that famous Army Medic Radar O'Riely, "Wait for it" :whistling:

Doc
I have no idea how the Army medical corps conducts its buisness,but in the Navy it would not be unusual for a Corpsman to act as Yeoman or Personelman, ie. clerk. This of course is due to the specialized language used in the MSC.
I have seen episodes where Radar pulls watches in triage and the OR during emergencies. I think you're just jealous because there's no lovable Marines on TV :laugh:

Doc.

What about Gomer Pyle.... :whistling:

Oh yeah... his name is Gomer. :D
 
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