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Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.

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  1. chambers11283

    chambers11283 Member

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    Altadis Mild Burley in a MM Patriot, sweet ice tea on the side, and Coheed and Cambria - Wake Up balsting!!! :dance3:
     
  2. Smoker99

    Smoker99 Active Member

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    Rotary Navy Cut in a Castello Trademark straight billiard.
     
  3. jpberg

    jpberg Moderator Moderator

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    Good Morning,

    P&W 78 in a Tinsky.
     
  4. Falconeer

    Falconeer Active Member

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    Hi All,

    A gorgeous morning here in Central Scotland - hard overnight frost so the world's white but there's bonny winter sunshine and the mist is rising off the Clyde and Strathclyde Loch - perfect morning for a Codger Smoke - St. Bruno in a Falcon; just grand,

    enjoy your days

    Gerry
     
  5. Boomer-Z

    Boomer-Z Member

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    Havana Club in the Colossus Poker with coffee on the side.
    Z
     
  6. Boomer-Z

    Boomer-Z Member

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    Sounds beautiful. Calm and peaceful.
    Z
     
  7. Falconeer

    Falconeer Active Member

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    Hi Again,

    I love mornings and their quietness but the world looks really fresh today - must be the St. Bruno talking!

    Gerry
     
  8. ruffinogold

    ruffinogold Ruffinogold-Mayor, I.R.G.E.--At Large. Mayor

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    SWR in a french stag mill. bit ! weather is being a pain in the butt . have some work to do before vacation on the 28th
     
  9. velveteagle

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    Staring to snow and more to come.. Had a bowl of Dan's Blue Note in my Dr. Grabow Riviera Canadian...Coffee Flowing..
     
  10. Barako

    Barako Member

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    Epiphany in a Pete Celtic bulldog, Sandeman tawny porto on the side.
     
  11. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    DGT'd ^ on the drive
    home from work. had
    to warm the meer a
    bit before lighting
    as I left it out in the
    truck last night. :startle:
    Yes, I know. Shame! :thumbsd:
    Did okay though.

    dp
     
  12. freestoke

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    As I smoke my first bowl of the morning, PA in my FourDot apple, with a nice cup of coffee, I feel driven to explain the Mosconi joke.

    Willie Mosconi ran 75 (SEVENTY FIVE!) balls off the break in straight pool WITHOUT EVER FACING A DIFFICULT SHOT. This means that every ball he sank was virtually straight in, from 1 - 4 feet, turning the corner with a perfectly placed cue ball for a simple shot shot that breaks the next rack. Awesome. My non-pool-playing friend's observation that he didn't see what the big deal was is -- you know, FUNNY!!
     
  13. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    freestoke,

    I may be one of the very few that
    can appreciate this story. I found
    it quite humourous! My longest
    run is around 35 balls.

    Sorry for the OT post.

    dp
     
  14. gyrostatic

    gyrostatic Member

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    Early Morning Pipe, then Maltese Falcon, and an extra helping of Nightcap just before bed.
     
  15. freestoke

    freestoke Member

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    As I chain into a second bowl in the FourDot, CH this time, and another cup of coffee, I'll say I'm glad somebody got it! :thumb: And 35 isn't at all shabby! My longest is 56, but it was a fluke. I have zero runs in the 40s and only a couple in the 30s.
     
  16. freestoke

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    Here it is noon and I'm working on only my third pipe. Trying some 1Q in the Peterson's and I've just had an epiphany. I think. Tell me if I'm wrong. This is a Peterson's Flame Grain and I always thought it was a second, because it doesn't have the silver band. BUT...it does have Peterson's Flame Grain on the shank and the logo on the stem. Would it be a second or not? Any thoughts?
     
  17. velveteagle

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    SWR in my MM Patriot .. Great pipe for doing outside chores..
     
  18. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    I justed cracked a cellared tin of OGS...been a while. Smoking it in the Hackert Freehand. Sweet tea and some Tylenol on the side.
     
  19. dubhdarra

    dubhdarra Active Member

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    mick mcquaid square cut (courtesy of gerry) in one of the guildhall billy's. nice smoke but some strong stuff!
     
  20. Rugbysh9

    Rugbysh9 Active Member

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    ^ Dub that avatar will either end up as 1 of 2 things: mug shot or on the side of a milk carton "have you seend me?"

    Germain's SLF in a Radice
     
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