What Are You Smoking? April, 2013

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  1. MakDragon

    MakDragon Wizard of PSF

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    5. And if you keep them in the tin, they should stay fresh for years.
     
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  2. Johnny Dingo

    Johnny Dingo Writer of wrongs

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    Just remeber to cut air holes in the tin. Learned that lesson the hard way...
     
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  3. Old Codger

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    MacBaren Vintage Syrian in a BST Canadian. That and a big jug of crushed ice should get me through the next conference call during which nothing will be accomplished other than people talking just to hear themselves. I have the camera pointed at another monitor that Aliens is playing on.
    +10C(50F)H27%
     
  4. Thuber88

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    I could skip line 1 and 2 if there is a discount.
     
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  5. sorringowl

    sorringowl Purveyor of PAAD

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    Sitting outside a cafe drinking a chai tea and smoking Chelsea Morning in a Caminetto nosewarmer. A bit overcast today in the city of Angels. Perfect weather for it.
     
  6. Mount Mandolin

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    Overcast? In LA?! Holy hell, we're all gonna die.

    Trying to smoke some Bob's Chocolate Flake (the last of a sample that Spill sent me for blind review) in a Savinelli, but it's not working out too well. Got a splitting headache that just will not go away. On the bright side, it's nice weather today (if you're a crazy person like me). 66˚F (19˚C), and grey and raining. We've had a solid week straight of bright sunshine, so a day of rain hits the spot.

    I'm going to have to get myself some Bob's Chocolate Flake though. This is one of the few G&H blends I've had that I like, and I really like it. It's funny because a lot of people really don't like it, but you know, the great ones are never the ones who follow trends. :D
     
  7. Brit abroad

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    Odyssey in a Rhodesian
     
  8. Squidpanda

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    PA in a cob.
     
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  9. BurgundyRed

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    Enjoying Uhle's "Bishop's Move" in my Peterson Block Meerschaum with a glass of Lustau's Cream Sherry.
     
  10. nesta

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    Irish Oak in the new Stanwell billiard

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  11. Thuber88

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    3 blind moose in Dr G Omega, and coffee
     
  12. Stravinsky

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    Why am I getting top line adds for an upscale inpatient treatment center in NY for depressed women?
     
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  13. Waino

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    Season ends. Short speeches, snacks. Older son got important prize (most advanced young player). Good book and Jarome Iginlas jersey (Canada national hocky team), name to a showcase in new hall.

    Proud father shows respect to sports. Westminster in a BST, black Colombia coffee on side.
     
  14. JimInks

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    It's warmer in Denver today, luckily for the Braves and Rockies, who are now playing. It's also warm here as I smoke FVF in a small 1982 three quarter bend meer with a smiling Turk's head. A bottle of Sprite is my drink.
     
  15. Thuber88

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    Is the warehouse organized alphabetically, or by year, or country of origin?
    You should need new servers soon, and girls as well, its all too overwhelming for them both:)
     
  16. JimInks

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    Alphabetically by height.

    The Saint Bernard stays because he has the key to the whiskey cabinet, which is a staggering concept at best. The young nubiles are a jealous, superstitious lot who don't like competition... not even from guaranteed Vietnamese virgins. But they are considering a couple of interns for me.
     
  17. Thuber88

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    Well if you need any assistance in the selecting process, I feel confident we can find a few volunteer judges
     
  18. Spillproof

    Spillproof Mostly Harmless Moderator

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    A Forstner Bit may not plane surfaces very well, but they are very adept at removing flesh from your errant thumb when chamfering a tenon.

    Just a quick nick, didn't even feel it- no big deal.
    But keep your thumbs out of the way.

    Uhle's 00 over Perfection Plug in a Hattfield Cutty.
     
  19. Thuber88

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    You had your hand on the wrong tool it seems
    Sorry about the injury though
     
  20. Robin

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    Tonight I'm having a bowl of CC Cavendish, a local pipe shop blend, delicious too, in a Sasieni 4 Dot pipe, it's an old favorite! It's been a rough "day at the office" really looking forward to pipe time! :)
     
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