Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Apr 1, 2013.
Not worth the effort, I take your word for it.
Based upon timing,Dbear wins!!
If I may be allowed to quibble - it's not actually wrong, it's just different. I have to agree with Johnny and Jack, what's wrong with the picture is that the mug is still full and the bear is missing. (Although Teddy might just be off looking at bear porn.)
But I digress. Just about to finish this nice bowl of Burley Kake in the maplewood tank.
Honor Blend in the Pete Kildare
Dbear get an official Dwaugh Pocket Protector AKA DPP
I shall strive for more akurate frazeological comeants in the future
You missed a couple
See that you doo.
COOL!! Those things are asbestos you know - for when you light up your cob!
Thinking that I am going to have a bowl of LTF, but usually 1/2 way through, I am tired of it and wishing I had something different in the pipe, So.. I think I am going to fill the bottom half with Sherlock's Choice.
This could be good, or not.
Enjoying Dunhill Flake, for a change of pace from Uhle's "Bishop's Move," in my Dunhill 1933 pipe, with a small glass of Miles Finest Rainwater Medium Dry Madeira, what a beautiful copper color!
I do the exact same thing. Which we probably shouldn't, because all the reviews swear it's better at the bottom 1/3. Maybe we'll find out one day. For now, I'm smoking KK in the Well-pipe again. I think this thing is an old Seville second.
Watching a replay of Nats-Reds, drinking some instant coffee, and smoking Carter Hall in a MM bent with a straight stem. I like putting straight stems on pipes meant for bent stems
Thanks to a trade with Highstump, I'm now smoking 2008 Edgeworth Ready Rubbed in a very much appreciated 1979 brown, slight bend grain etched flat front Stanwell Rego 969-48 (09). I've been saving this pipe for the chance to smoke ERR again. Now, I have to pack up my end of the trade!
Rinaldo bent egg with Nightcap.
One of these days I must try some ERR. Until that day comes I'm just an otc burley poseur
Not sure I could ever afford it on ebay though, and there's always the chance I may not like it. Very small chance though if it's as simple and good as I've heard.
P&C sells Edgeworth Ready Rubbed Match, which is fairly close to the original. The original has a deeper molasses taste, but that's the only difference I can tell.
Off for the 100 mile drive around the country block
got cherrywood pipe loaded with bull run for the ride
heck might even grab a cd for listening enjoyment
(although the slight roar of V-TeC usually is entertaining enough)
Get your Stone Car Off My Lawn !
Got Interrupted i/2 way through the bowl by the wife having lunch made, but so far I am liking the layered combo. Off to the Garage to finish LTF/Sherlock's Choice Jack Stack in the MM Dip.