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  1. Marc

    Marc Active Member

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    McC Blackwoods flake in a falcon plymouth... "Happy Falconing".:puffy:
     
  2. Zfog

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    Smoking some GL Pease Westminster in my Panel Nording HG.
     
  3. GlassSculptor

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    Best Brown #2 in a Cherrywood.

    Who came up with the name for this blend????........:ngty:
     
  4. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Dunno...but I like they way he thinks...y'know, like a two year old. :)

    Smoking 2035 in a Kaywoodie Yacht as I prepare to walk the mutts.
     
  5. Marc

    Marc Active Member

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    St. James Woods in a F_ _ _ _ _? Twinings Earl Grey on the side.:)
     
  6. Redone

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    Erinmore flake in my DiMonte
     
  7. HCraven

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    Welcome to the big leagues, NorseNinja!

    In what some would argue is a similar vein, Rattray's HOTW in a Savinelli Linea '76.

    Herb
     
  8. Kyle Black

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    St. Bruno in the Sav. Texas Tradition.
     
  9. Smoker99

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    Burley Flake #3 in a Tinsky Bulldog.
     
  10. jpberg

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    Good Morning,

    P&W 400, in a Tinsky.
     
  11. velveteagle

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    Had a bowl of Dan's Blue Note in a 1/8 bent Canterbury..
     
  12. NorseNinja

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    Captain b/w in a Dr. Grabow Omega
     
  13. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Escudo in a Mastro de Paja dublin, coffee and Motrin on the side. At least the rains are knocking down the pollen count some.
     
  14. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    Apparently, I didn't hit the ol' post button.
    Earlier, GLP JKP in a MM General, then
    Erinmore Flake in a Falcon, with an e-fist bump
    to Marc.
     
  15. cigarsarge

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    Five Brothers with a side of coffee...Good morning.
     
  16. velveteagle

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    Lancer's Slices in a Italian Oom Paul Sitter.. Sunshine and windy..
     
  17. Zfog

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    I smoked some Black Irish X/Tambo earlier this morning. Then had a bowl of Ennerdale. The Ennerdale is new to me and although the reviews scared me I love the stuff. A reminder to take reviews with a grain of salt.
     
  18. TheKiltedOne

    TheKiltedOne Sales Account

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    Good evening, sitting breaking in my new faclcon with some Petersons Irish whisky
     
  19. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    After a fiasco with Squadron Leader (rain, wind, grilling and a pipe...not a good mix), I've broken out a jar of Short To Mushrooms. Huh, I thought I remembered this being vanilla-y, not chocolate-y. Eh, it's still taste-y...all that matters.
     
  20. dmkerr

    dmkerr PG- free since '83! Moderator

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    A good tobacco with a bad name - Friborg & Treyer's Negrohead, which for obvious reasons I think they now call Blackjack. This is a very old tin, apparently. Good stuff!
     
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